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Frazzled, frustrated and forlorn

She felt frazzled, frustrated, and forlorn until she gave herself permission to take a break from people, places and things that did not support her emotional well-being. The resulting calm was so illuminating, she never went back. - Queenisms™

She felt frazzled, frustrated, and forlorn until she gave herself permission to take a break from people, places and things that did not support her emotional well-being. The resulting calm was so illuminating, she never went back. – Queenisms™

We know this is a snappy, glib way of saying that happiness might just lie through a tangled web of choices we all must make to minimize or even walk away from people, places and things that not only don’t support our emotional well-being, but sometimes out and out attack it.

We also know this is not easy. But we never said the road to happiness was easy. We just said we’re on it and we’d love to have you as our traveling companions. Saying no to energy vampires (as one of our Facebook friends so aptly put it), having the courage to let go of one situation with faith that a new one will be possible some day, or facing the reality of a difficult circumstance are all things that must be done in order to break out of the weeds and get to the clearing. It’s in the clearing that we can see a new possibility.

We may need to change a habit, a relationship, or a location but we will definitely need to change our point of view to have the strength to do so.

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3 Responses to “Frazzled, frustrated and forlorn”

  1. pat says:

    Thanks for this—my frustration is that I have let go of some energy vampire situations, but nothing new has come forward yet. Is there something I am missing?

  2. Vernita says:

    Hello Pat, you might be missing You. learn to enjoy your own company. Do somethings
    just for you, improving yourself in some way. I have let go of some relationship and I’m
    better for it.

  3. Vernita says:

    I just thank you for bring this to mine. I’m never going back.

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