I think through all the possible angles for a situation and then take my decisions. I wouldn’t consider myself a spontaneous person. I’m more methodical and analytical. But no matter how much I thought through something, the situation took on its own shape. Things happened out of my control.
I Would Be Hard on Myself
I would tell myself how I could have made the wrong decision. I would spend lots of energy and time doing this to myself. I beat myself down and this vicious circle would continue.
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I am Not Perfect
It took me a whole lot of work on myself, but also the sudden realization that I wasn’t perfect to be kinder to myself. I made decisions with the best possible knowledge available at the time. Who makes wrong decisions deliberately? No one!
I was human and my judgment wasn’t going to be perfect all the time.
Moving On Becomes Easier When You Can Just Accept
When I accepted things as is, it became easier to move on. I no longer clung onto something or someone with an unhealthy attachment. It was time to let go, dust myself off, and move forward.
That meant feeling at peace with my decisions and know what happened was for my highest good.
How do you feel when you move on? Please share with me in the comments.
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