If it’s something I’ve learned in these past years is that, not all who clap for you Are for you. This was hard for me to accept because I try to see the good in everyone.
The unfortunate thing is that a lot of times this happens with family, friends and colleagues. The “crab in the barrel” syndrome of not wanting to see others do better than yourself so you pull them down anyway you can.
When you start to see the actions of others or even hear sly remarks, get those individuals out of your environment. Those negative vibes can effect your mental state, ambitions and happiness. Please don’t give them that power and let them go.
So try to be care of who is in your circle and those who are “clapping” for you. Not all are genuine and they are truly clapping for your downfall.
Here is a video that I hope can brighten someone’s spirit!
Holding hands, we all did it at some point in our life. Rather, it’s as a child; holding your parents hand so that you wouldn’t get lost or while crossing the street. We hold hands during times of prayer and saying grace in some family customs. Hands are also held between lovers.
When I think about holding hands, it’s an intimate exchange with my husband, I feel support from him and most importantly safe. I love holding his hand.
Do you hold hands with your significant other?
Do you allow yourself to show your vulnerable side? Speak softly and listen attentively? Are you courteous? Are you Sincere?
I used to think that it was only men that needed to be gentle, however the older I get, I realize that “life” does make some of us ladies Rough too. Us women can offer some of those qualities to a deserving mate.
So I propose the the question, gentlemen, gentlewomen, is this you and can it be you? 🤔
Fb: Nicole Cherise
Hey all! Happy Friday! I hope you have a great start to your weekend and feel good!
Speaking of feeling good, if it’s one thing that bothers me the most is when someone is feeling down and people make them feel worse. If someone is clearly not feeling well or is having a bad day, why not do something to bring a smile to their face? You would be surprised what a smile can do someone’s day/mood. You could possibly help someone who might have considered taking their life, you never know.
Has this happen to you before? Have you felt down and yet others tried to keep you there? Has anyone ever brightened up someone’s day? What did you do for them?
Let me know in the comments 😊