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Sometimes I am afraid of change not because of fear for the task ahead

But because of my comfort of a habit.

A comfort of staying in what I know as oppose to cross over the line of the unknown.

I stayed in infectious romantic relationships too long because of my tendency to hold on.

Now that I am looking at it, I was holding on too falling straws just like Mr. Piggy’s house.

Experiences taught me when the red flags come, do not feel with my heart but let my head do the talking.

I say to you reading, when you see the red flag MOVE into action. When you stay you give the deceiver more grounds to convince of their green pasture when it is a mess of rotten decaying habits underneath.

Its ok, if the cloudy murk of life gets darker over the horizon at first. Life is not all about dazzling sunsets/sunrise all the time.

Embrace the change, free your mind of clutter. Let your brain breathe sanely again.

Ignore the naysers who want you to stay in an unhealthy environment. Cut them off if they will not quit their tirade for you to stay.

If your break up is with family, it is one of the hardest blows. But ask yourself “are they willing to move mountains for me as I do for them?”

Let that question guide you, family is a support system, if you are not breaking the law or disrespectful to them, why do you tolerate their constant breaking of your spirit. You let them continue and you will be swimming in a sea of decaying cesspool. Your mind and heart will play a game of Tom and Jerry until you explode in insanity.

If your workplace atmosphere is cantankerous and calmly talking to individuals including supervisors does not help, as soon as you get another position MOVE.

When you stay in mess, you become a mess and messy people most times do messy things.

How long before you snap, breaking your fragile twig mental capacity into a flood of no return.

Embrace change before it is too late.

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Books With Mental Health/ Top 5 Wednesday

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Top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 is a weekly bookish assessment by Gingerreadslainey and today’s feedback is 5  books with mental illness or health. You can also access the topics on the Goodreads Group. In addition, if you would like to read first hand experience concerning mental health, go over to Randoms by a Random every Friday. Now let us dive into it.

1. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

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Mr. Rochester has an eye on Jane  even to marry her but he has a secret: his wife Bertha, yes wife is hidden in a chamber upstairs. She is hidden because she is not entirely of sound mind, you may even call her mad. Although Grace Poole, the servant, cares for her, Bertha escapes a few times disturbing the air with her shrieking laughter. In addition, doing damage to a well intended dress, setting a certain someone on fire and attacking a guest at Thornfield Hall. Bertha stricks for the last time by burning Thornfield Hall and committing suicide [I hope this is not a severe spoiler for anyone who has not read the book].

 

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