"When you run away from your problems, you become afraid to love anything fully, live anywhere completely, invest yourself entirely in any new person or venture, for the underlying fear that eventually you are going to leave".
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When we experience hardships it's easy to want the easy way out and we find it extremely difficult to stick around for things to get better or find a solution for it. We feel temporary relief from running away because out of sight, out of mind.
However, we will always trip over our problems because they are inevitable unless you resolve them. We cannot escape what lies unresolved within us.
The more you run away from your problems the more you run away from who you are. This eventually defines who you are instead of the person you could have been if you worked through your downfalls and accepted your shortcomings and overcame them.
You have it inside of you to become the version of yourself that is dependable, resilient, and able. Don't lose perseverance and detangle what needs detangling before you tie up the loose threads.
There is a famous saying that translates: "One jumps into the fray and then figures it out."
Usually, some version of this strategy is that people don't take the time to spot their landing, nor do they think about what they're jumping off.
Passive behavior is the sense of feeling a lack of motivation, energy, and willpower. It is often the cause of people feeling stuck at work or in their life.
It occurs when your life situation is unhappy. You may know that you should learn how to stop being passive but are not sure how to do that.
Similar to the old myth that if someone is sitting too close to the big tube TV, you would ruin your eyes, there are some new myths and facts about how screens affect our vision.
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