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Let the Negative Ones Trickle Away

Queenisms are original jolts of inspiration on friendship, self-esteem, joy and happiness by Kathy Kinney and Cindy Ratzlaff. http://QueenofYourOwnLife.com

One day she thought, “How can I expect to lead a positive life if I surrounded myself with negative people?” She decided to open her heart and mind to allow more positive people in, and to have the courage to let the negative ones trickle away. – Queenisms™

Do you have the courage to let the negative influences in your life trickle away? It’s not always necessary to kick them to the curb. That takes so much negative energy in and of itself. Sometimes you can just slowly back away, turn your attention elsewhere and disengage, with love.

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3 Responses to “Let the Negative Ones Trickle Away”

  1. Marsha Dark says:

    This happened to me last year…………..I went through a divorce from a man who did not value me or the love that I was giving. Claiming to love me, he was constantly jealous and insecure and questioned my relationship with practically every man I came in contact with. While separated and waiting for the divorce and cleaning up the legal side of issues that needed to be addressed before it was finalized, he continued to bombard me with negative comments. During that process, I held my ground and only addressed the issues necessary. Regardless, it was difficult and painful and though I was in a safe loving environment, my heart and mind were ravaged by his negativity. During that time, my “best friend” showed me a side of herself that was devastating to me and I felt even more devalued. I, therefore, broke off our friendship, telling her I wished her well but I could not and would not tolerate any more negativity in my life and we had to part. Since then, I have been freer in spirit than I have ever been……….and in the meantime, God brought back an old female friend into my life – a loving nurturing person and environment that I dearly needed. Sometimes one just has to cut ties and let go. I wish my ex and my ex-friend well………..but they are no longer in my life. Life is sweet, precious and beautiful now. We are “pruned” and we “prune” for good reason! 🙂 Thanks for the article – I appreciated it!

  2. cindy says:

    Sometimes we just need to create more space for more joy and positivity. What a wonderful example of that Queen Marsha. And, thank you for sharing your story. You may not always know who you help when you share, but we bet someone is going through something similar, right now, and needed to hear that everything will be all right if they have the courage to let go.

  3. Deb Konrad says:

    When I was diagnosed with cancer 6 years ago, for my healths sake I had to let go of those negative influences in my life..they were sucking energy from me that I needed in this fight from this disease…best thing I ever did! It was liberating and now, as I continue the fight, I am only surrounded by those people who have proven themselves to be a positive source…they are my angels…

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