Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 2:31 AM
*Don't Live To make Other's Happy B4 Urself* it's time to unlock the doors and walk out!
If they're not willing to accept that you have your own needs, are they really worth having in your life?
Learn how to identify and label unacceptable treatment from others and how to set limits on their behavior when they violate your boundaries.
You will never reach your potential as an individual if you constantly hide behind others' expectations.
The greatest acts of kindness are those done by choice.
Don't make up excuses -- give your reasons for not wanting something.
Say it politely, but mean it! You'll be surprised -- the world will not collapse around your ears! People rarely take offense, and those that do aren't worth pleasing.
Speak up! There's nothing wrong with voicing your opinion, and it doesn't have to mean you're making a demand.
Simply reminding people that you're an individual with your own preferences is a big step forward. Even asking someone to help you do something that will help.
Serious alot of people would like to Do one thing you have been wanting to do, but are afraid someone else will not like.
You must remember that no one can read your mind
Put in your opinion, and let that be that.
Don't become totally selfish.
Try to come up with a solution that will meet both desires halfway, or better yet, a "win-win" situation where both sides get even more than they bargained for.
I know taking care of yourself prevents me from burning out. I Remind myself that by making choices that are good for me, It will have enough "fuel" to do good for others.
Say loud everyday "My needs are just as important as yours."
I sometime am Recognize.
But i am only Follow my bliss, you have a responsibility to nourish your talents, work hard, and help others along the way, but not to accept their responsibility as your own.
Some people may take time to adjust to the new you. Don't apologize for being you, but be gentle with them!
I remember that i'm deciding to change for myself.