Sometimes you make mistakes in life and have to realise the lack of respect you lose for yourself by conforming to the people of your past who have previously hurt you… mistakenly falling in love with the same person over and over again is silly right? In fact it’s more than silly; especially when they just either don’t you want to be with someone else or just want one thing and leave you. That’s it. Done. Dusted. Brushed under the carpet. Love doesn’t hurt, loving the wrong person hurts. We have to learn from our mistakes – being alone is far more better than around others who take advantage of you and your compassion and try to hide it because they don’t want to see you with anybody else. Sometimes it’s safer to be alone – doing what you enjoy. You have to protect the love you have in life – you will only ever have so much to give; use love wisely 🙌 🤔 💗✍🏻
Your dialectical mind is shaping your behaviour. You’re every memory, every book, every experience, every person you’ve ever met entwined within the person you are. You’re effortlessly evolving. You’re building upon radical acceptance, you’ve taken accountability for situations that are unjust, you’ve built walls to protect yourself, you’ve allowed yourself to see-saw between the past and the future without focusing on the present in between. You’ve become neurotic. You’ve become situational, you’ve become an emotional component of the environment and your feelings have become numb. You’ve escaped adversity, you’re on a road to adventure, a road to new prospects, a road to a new future, a road where optimism meets fate and you become who you really are 🎭
My mother is an amazing artist and I’d like to share some of her work on my blog to inspire other artists. A goal of mine is to write about each piece of art my mum has created over the years, write about it in detail, with imagery, with personification, with creativity, to explain to my mother how beautiful her art is and the talents she has yet to blossom. My mother is 42, I’m 26. My mum is on her first steps of becoming the talented version of herself and I want to share her art with the world 🌍
A hollow shell, A silent wave
Frothy shores and empty caves
Pick up the shell and listen to the sea
Listen to its calling when it’s calling you to me
Grains of sand and shades of stone
Who knew it would be so peaceful to be so alone.
I know how difficult it is to control, I know the intensity of your reactions, I know the stigma, that others should find reason to be scared of you. What society doesn’t appreciate is the way the brain can create abnormal connections through the neurotransmitters affecting the limbic system which needs specifically targeted treatment. You can get accused of being on illegal drugs. You react to the environmental stigmas when you try to explain the changes in your brain, you alienate and isolate yourself, you begin to become more avoidant, you sit and feel like no one understands. You get constantly criticised for having an illness but your true personality is rejected. We all have to make a contribution to society and it’s not mental health sufferers fault they have a mental health condition but to allow people with mental health conditions to get into work and work effectively treatment is essential or companies waste money on statuory sick pay. I think the government needs to introduce a mental health crisis payment which doesn’t affect businesses and companies but allows the sufferer to get the help that they need and allows them to be automatically signed a mental health key worker who works with them in their own home and with their families. So it’s combining sociology with mental health to be able to deliver change to society, to be able to allow the sufferer to demonstrate their capabilities for work and to be able to be a fully functioning member of society. We want to end austerity. We want to pay less taxes to the benefits system so we need to work together to allow people to recover, allow people to access mindfulness groups on the NHS and choose their own wellbeing plan, to choose the treatments they believe would suit them unless they fully lack capacity in which case a mental health professional would need to make that decision for them.
I love this quote from Benjamin Franklin – another inventor, the inventor of the similarities between static electricity and lightening ✍🏻
He clearly wrote about ideas that he worked hard upon to give us a source of power that we take for granted daily in our every day lives. This quote encourages people and allows people to actually think in depth about their ideas, and then work out how you apply an action to create a product that is beneficial for the generalised population.
Expressing ourselves is essential for our creativity to develop so below I’ve listed ways we can do that improve our writing abilities:
- Think of an object. Create a spider diagram linking words that relate to that object. Include all five senses and emotions when describing that object. Make it as a word count of 300 words.
- Write a short story in third person then revise it and write it in the first person.
- Write about a topic that you feel strongly about and write an opposing piece of literature that argues against that point of view. Find ways to distinguish fact from opinion. Make this a word count of 400 words.
- Do it at your own pace! 💕