Good morning readers, I woke up with another headache and had another nightmare. These nightmares are scaring me so bad I don’t want to fall asleep. It’s been a while since I had back to back nightmares like this. I hope you slept better than me last night. What are your plans for today? I would like to know. Have a good day! If you’re on the other side of the world 🌎 goodnight 😴💤.
QOTD “Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain.”- Joseph Campbell
Question of the day: When is the last time you had a nightmare?
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I already started off my morning. I’m glad today I’ll have time to make blog posts early in the day. I’m taking driving lessons for this week, so sometimes there will be a delay on posts like yesterday. I’ll make it up to everyone though. Did everyone wake up in a good mood this morning?? Have a lovely day!!!
© Reflection of Des 2017
I know in your head now you’re thinking how can rejection be a blessing or maybe saying how is that even possible? Well, if you want to find out I’ll explain it to you. Mostly everyone experienced having a crush/liking, someone. We try to build up the courage to approach or text them. That’s when we start thinking of different scenarios like what if the person doesn’t like me back, what if I make myself look annoying/ridiculous, or how do I start-up a conversation with them. These are only a couple of things that run through your mind, but I know it’s plenty of more. From the title of this post, you can see I’m going to talk about the word we fear the most REJECTION.
In my opinion, I see it as a blessing because it saves you from an unnecessary heartbreak. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s a pretty good reason to accept rejection. I mean I understand that’s not the outcome we would want to experience. I’ll rather have someone honestly reject me than pretend to like me and hurt my feelings. After rejection, it might take you some time to get over it well that depends on how deep you liked the person. Try to keep yourself busy by doing activities you enjoy. I know it’s easier said than done, but you’ll appreciate this piece of advice.
Rejection may seem awful which isn’t always true. For all, you know your crush could have been someone who would lead your life in destruction. Your rejection was a blessing because the person that you liked probably wasn’t the right person for you. There will be someone who comes into your life that will like/love you unconditionally. Don’t try to force a relationship with someone who doesn’t want you.
© Reflection of Des 2017
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