What do you do, what can you do, when your everything seems never enough?
Have you tried getting along with someone but the more you try is the more they seem to hate you?
You work your hardest, you do your best yet always get overlooked for that promotion.
I could give many other examples of being’never enough’ but you know what I mean.
The first thing you need to do is -stop thinking it’s your fault-any of it.
Stop trying to ‘fix’ it or ‘fix’ yourself
Some people will dislike you, no matter how ‘nice’ you are or how ‘good’ you are at what you do.
Know that the only person who will love you unconditionally and you can trust 100% is yourself. So try being honest with yourself.
The Serenity Prayer is a prayer written by the American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr (1892–1971).
”God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
courage to change the things I can,
and wisdom to know the difference.”
Accept that when you’ve done your best and your all, it should be enough.
Have the courage to step away and accept it may never change.
Know that change comes from within, and only you can make that change in you.
Change comes from a place of strength, determination, belief, truth and love.
It is easy to love those who love you. the hardest love to give is to those who despise you. You do it not for them, but for yourself.
I was in my late 20’s when i stumbled on a book by the wonderful Louise Hay. ‘You can heal your life’. If i took nothing else from it, it was the words ”I love and accept you completely”
I said it about people who challenged me, disrespected me or seemed to put obstacles in my way. I said it when I thought of how they treated me, how they made me feel. I said it when i saw them. I used their name ”I love and accept…completely” just the way Louise Hay taught.
Believe me when I say, it was more than a miracle. The obstacles were gone, people became ‘nice’, some friendly, some are still in contact with me. I don’t know how, and I never wondered how. Maybe because I had the belief and needed for something to work.
I do know that i freed myself of the negative thoughts I felt they had about me. I no longer held those thoughts in my mind when i saw them. I learned to accept them as they were, i didn’t need to like them either. But their feelings for me were no longer my problem.
The hardest thing to do is to love your enemy. you don’t need to tell them, just tell your heart.