Share Your Scars, Not Your Open Wounds

Share Your Scars, Not Your Open Wounds

Open wounds can get infected if you keep picking at them and don't allow them to heal. Sharing them with the world can spread the infection further than you realize. If there's one thing I preach constantly is that you should tell your story. Nobody else has the right to prevent you from doing so. Yet in doing so, you must be careful to share your scars and not your open wounds. We all get wounded in life. Whether through our own choices and actions or inflicted upon us by others, it's impossible to get through life unmolested. In the age of social media, it's easy to take to the internet and share your wounds with the world. The only problem is that displaying your wounds openly can cause infection in other areas of your life. Tend to your wounds and let your scars tell the story. Time Heals Eventually the wounds will heal and leave scars. It's the scars that tell the whole story,...
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3 Simple Ways To Deal With Toxic Family

3 Simple Ways To Deal With Toxic Family

Toxic family can be the most potent poison. From the time you're born, your family, their words, actions, and beliefs shape the person you become. Some of this is intentional, and most of it is totally unintentional. In fact, it falls under the umbrella of "we've always done it that way". Your parent's beliefs were shaped by their parents, and their parent's beliefs were shaped by their parents, and so on and so on. Now, while your beliefs, and that bullshit story we all tell ourselves, was formed by our families at a very early age, that doesn't mean that you can just lay all the blame at their feet for the way your life turned out. As you got older, and your knowledge of the world around you expanded, you became more and more responsible for making your own decisions. So, let's assume for the moment that you've identified your toxic beliefs and are making progress towards changing and eliminating them....
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