Lessons I’ve Learned This Year

I can’t change what is in other people’s heads. I can, however, do quite a lot about what is in mine.

Do not place your expectations on others: to be trustworthy, or to trust you; to be gracious, understanding, tolerant, fair or open-minded. Sometimes, they’re just not.

When people are losing face or favour, they’ll throw anything they can at you. Let them. Grownups don’t make themselves look good by trying to make other people look bad.

Calmness is a superpower.

Hold your centre, keep your balance, listen to your inner voice. Don’t betray yourself. No exceptions.

Do not be a rescuer.

The wheel keeps turning. Sometimes you’re face down in the mud, sometimes you’re bathing in sunlight. Let it turn.

Breathe.

Love is stronger than fear, pain, anger, resentment and despair. Friendship will lift you to the surface when you’ve lost the will to kick. There is nothing more precious than a good heart that believes in you, and a warm hug.

Do not underestimate the power of visualisation.

Never. Lose. Hope.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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