You’re 17, possibly 18, years old and fresh out of high school. Maybe you’re glad to be done like I was – ready to finally start learning relevant things that would propel me into my future. And maybe like me, eight years later, you realize that’s not what happened. Because the problem with college is
Those things you’re ashamed of? Those mistakes you’ve made? Those embarrassing moments? We all have them, and they aren’t meaningless. Well, they can be, but I want to encourage you to take the bad and ugly things in your life and turn them around and use them for good. Doesn’t seem possible? I get that.
Do you ever feel like this? Do you ever wonder where the time goes each day and how you are ever going to cross off all the things on your To-Do list? There just doesn’t seem to be enough time in the day to work hard, cultivate relationships, care for others, eat, breathe, sleep. When
We have access to the only perfect relationship we will ever get to experience in this lifetime.
When we are the best version of ourselves, and bring to our relationships all the amazing qualities and characteristics we carry, it opens the doors for positive experiences with others.
Empathy is a great thing to exude in every type of relationship. And here’s why:
What if your belief that “good things are in my future” is keeping you from seeing them now?
Because you’re human, when it starts to rain hard times, sad situations, struggles and suffering, there is a chance your answer to “why me?” falls under one of these three umbrellas.