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Your past is whatever you ascribe meaning to. You can remember the gains, or you can remember the pain.
Gratitude allows you to re-remember your past while being entirely focused on the gain. When you re-contextualize your past, you’ll never be the victim to your past again.
The problem isn’t actually your circumstances, but how you’re looking at them. Reframe them and consciously focus on the good in them.
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They shape your actions. If you think of yourself as lazy or weak, you act in accordance with that label.
Instead of placing labels on yourself, try making statements indicating you’re in the process of improving. Change “I am” to “I’m working on it.”
... by acknowledging and expecting it can and will hurt.
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Work out three or four different activities that will distract you and turn your attention to something productive.
... you expose yourself to.
We all have a different threshold of the amount of rejection we can handle. Wisely considering how much more you can handle is essential.
Before you take another step forward, ask yourself if you have the right resources and support in place to catch you.