Self Improvement/Communication

I could literally go on and on about today’s topic but I’ll keep it short with a few examples on how to improve ones self.
Getting feedback from others is a great way to know what you can improve on. It’s always helpful to get advice from those you care about.
For example if a friendship isn’t working out, you can figure out if there is anything you’re doing wrong to improve yourself and that friendship as well. Communication in all areas is so important. Whether it be in relationships or friendships it’s good to get things that bother or don’t bother you out in the open. If we dont communicate then we will never really be aware of how someone else is feeling or what we can take away from the conversations that we have.
Healthy lifestyles are another form of self improvement. Knowing what you need to do to improve your life physically can be very important.
This is all I have for today’s post. I hope it helps at least one person out!


Don’t Judge a Book By its Cover!

I’ve learned over the last few years that you can’t really judge a book by it’s cover. I know this is one of those sayings that everyone knows of but does anyone really follow it? I believe that you should truly get to know a person for who they really are on the inside. Its not always about whats on the outside that can draw you in, sometimes it can be that persons intelligence or it can be how they speak to you, their kindness, etc. Sometimes it just takes that one thing for you to be completely drawn in. The crazy part about it all is even if they mess up a million times you always find that one reason to keep them in your life especially if they have done so much for you. It can get to a point to where it’s super hard to let go and that’s okay to hold on as long as they make you happy. To me it’s all about someone’s personality and how they treat you. It’s what’s on the inside that counts and if they have a heart of gold than that’s what truly matters most. Take time to listen. Listen to what they have to say. Listen to what they have to offer the world because you might be surprised at how a friendship can be built just by one simple convo.

The Truth.

I’ve learned in life that no matter how hard you try, no matter what word you say even if its the right ones you can never force someone into a friendship. It’s one of those things where its their choice if they want to accept you or not. It’s their choice if they want to give you a second chance, their choice if they want you in your life again or even for the very first time and that’s what’s scary. When you put yourself out there you never know what the response is going to be. When your second chance is up it’s hard because then you realize that you made a mistake that cannot be fixed. You realize that you broke a bond that cannot be put together again and they may have forgiven you but the thought of will I ever be good enough will haunt you for awhile. I’m sharing this because it’s happened to me, all of it.