The truth of the reality is not everyone in our lives will support us in every decision we make, and that’s just how it is. We all wish it wasn’t this way, but it’s in how we choose to deal with these people and how we let them affect us that we find ourselves more.
Personally, I am very fortunate to have a loving family and a great group of friend, however, that doesn’t mean they have agreed with every decision I’ve made in the past, and probably won’t in the future too- and honestly, okay with it.
I’m okay with it and we all should be too. When our loved ones rebuttal us, it helps us really think through our decisions and guides us in making the right choice. Before any decision, or step of action, it’s smart to look at both sides beforehand. On the one side, how your life will be like if you do go with it, and the other side, if you don’t go with it. But with that said, we can’t let all this get to our heads, or else we’ll start to drive ourselves crazy! We just need to trust our guts and got with our first instinct of what is right. We are the only ones who can truly know and feel what is the best choice for us and our futures, so we need to own whatever decisions we make!
We need to look at the people in our lives who “un” support us with decisions as a blessing more than a burden. I say this becasue they help keep us in check and grounded. It’s so easy to get our heads lots in the clouds day dreaming away, but with their help, they bring us back down to reality. With that said, if someone in your life is completely negative and never supports you in anything, then consider that it might be in both of your best interest to part ways. No one needs that much negativity in their life, and there is a fine line between helping you stay grounded and just trying to demolish you. Use your best judgement and determine if the people you surround yourself with need to be reevaluated or not, and if it so, give your all up to the universe and have faith it will all work out the way it is supposed to.
We need to understand that we truly have the power to do anything we want to. We just need to be grounded to accomplish these things rather than having our heads in the clouds. The more we look at the “un” support from people as a blessing, rather than a burden, the more freely we can live and the less we have to battle or fight with them. If we actually take the time to listen and understand what they are saying, the more we might get out of it. Some really good points could be said and be taken into account, and that’s how they help keep us in check with reality.
Not everyone in life will support us and that’s okay. We just need to find the people who support and and “un” support us in a kind and loving way. The more we think of it all as a blessing and reality check, the better and more fulfilled our lives can be. Eventually we will all find our purpose and live the life we have imagined, and for that, we should all be grateful!
How have you handled with un support before? Will you look at these situations as a blessing now?
Have a great day!