Always keep your life goals in mind. That way, when a situation arises, you can decide whether it fits in with your life goals before even bothering to consider the situation further. If a situation is necessary because it falls in line with your life goals, that’s one thing, but if it’s at odds with what you want in life, find a way to deal with it quickly and decidedly.
Joyce Meyer is my favorite author because she’s not afraid to tell people the abuse she endured and does it in a loving, educational way. My favorite poet is Edgar Allen Poe. Both are very inspirational to me. As far as AC writers, I have so many! My favorites are Rox B. (formerly known as PhoenixRox), Jack Wellman, Heather Tooley, Andrea Rowe, Michele Starkey, Jennifer Bove, and Thomas Griffin. There are so many.
Taylor Rios is one of my favorite writers on Associated Content for many reasons. Taylor is very real, open, and has a collection of amazing works here on Ac. You may think those reasons alone would be enough to recognize Taylor for the outstanding individual she is. Beyond her talent as a writer, Taylor has found a positive light from the dark childhood she endured. . As any person of abuse knows, this is something to be celebrated when we hear about someone who is able to move beyond it. Difficult times don’t even begin to cover what Taylor has gone through.
Do one thing at a time. Much has been made of the ability to multi-task, and most of us do it. However, you’ll be much more satisfied if you start one task and focus on that one task until it’s completed. You can give everything in your life the attention it deserves.
However, write good things that happened lately down too. You might feel that your partner doesn’t love you, but why not think of some of the good things that they’ve done for you so far?
There are some people who will never understand depression and crazy and we must be careful about who we tell. No matter how much education there is on this disorder, these are still very personal details about yourself and others. The lack of understanding from other people can turn out to be very hurtful for the person who is bipolar.
Speak with your doctor about any adverse medical conditions that you’ve struggled with, whether it is an actual disease or a mysterious symptom that has been bothering you for some time. Most doctors will work with you to create a personal health plan of action that will serve as a guide for you as you take all recommended steps to eliminate the symptom through a healthy lifestyle change.