"People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don't find myself saying: soften the orange a bit on the right hand corner. I don't try to control a sunset, I watch with awe as it unfolds." 💭Carl Rogers
Here is the list of things that you should remember
It is ok to cry out on odd nights without the fear of getting judged.
Men do cry and stop yourself bragging under the so-called "Men don't cry". Stop carrying the burden on your shoulder every time because " Mard ko dard Hota hain". It is completely ok to sit on the terrace and remember each damn things you had spent with her.
It is ok to cry thereafter.
Don't try to use alcohol to forget her.
Don't drown instead rise.
Embrace your personality and speak out for everything that hurt you.
You too belong to this beautiful world and you too have the rights to speak up.
Above all remember you are way beyond masculinity and the gender that the society put on you.
You are special because you are the King without which every Queen is incomplete.
Be a man and be the world in us.
Happy International Men's Day.
On Repeat ❗️Keep what you want around you. Fix your mind to the energy you want around you❤️
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The path toward healing is not linear. The ups & downs are inevitable. When you experience deep trauma—when things happen to you that devastate you on a core level—the change that occurs is monumental. You become fractured, splintered, shattered. Over the weekend, I was speaking to a friend about the state that I was in when I finally escaped the most traumatic relationship of my adult life. In describing myself at that time, I said, “I thought I was broken.” Then with the most compassionate, loving energy, he said, “No. You were broken.” And in that moment I knew that he was right & I knew that, finally, I needed to acknowledge that. I was broken & that is okay. Like a bone that breaks and is stronger after the mending—I am healing. Like a ceramic bowl that cracks and is stronger after being glued back together—I am healing. I’ve read that there are wounds that shrink to the size of a pin prick, but they are wounds still. And that is the perfect analogy for trauma & healing. You will make great progress but you will be wounded still. And the most important part of healing is accepting that. Yes, you are changed; but you are better for it. Yes, there will be hard days yet; but you will grow through them. Even when you must sit in your darkest nights and bear through the pain, remember that Grace is moving you forward. And even when you are broken down in tears, remember that you are • still • healing. ☽
I hope you have a week that fulfills your heart and makes your soul happy. I hope you surprise yourself with how powerful you are.
I also hope you realize how amazingly beautiful, smart, and influential you are.
Whatever you feel right now, if it’s any self doubt or uncertainty— let it all go and trust that you are simply magnificent.
Love you to the moon and back xx @katrinaascott#newweeknewmindset#TIUteam