When we get hurt or we experience trauma, we tend to go into "survival mode" in order to recover. However, we become afraid to leave "survival mode" because we want to keep the bad things out. But unbeknown to us, we are also not allowing the good things to become apart of our lives either.
How often have we been in a difficult situation, and immediately have said, "I can't do this!"? It's always the easiest word to blurt out, and the thing that keeps us from continuing to accomplish what we are striving to do.
How many times have we waiting on others to step up, and so something that we could have done? Then, we have the nerve to try to critics how it turned out. Instead, we should take the initiative and fill in the gap ourselves.
Being a bystander is the easiest thing you can do. All you do is watch something that's wrong, and walk away. But it takes a true upstander to see a problem, and look for resources to find solutions to the problems.
We set goals, make plans, and try to map out every PRECISE detail of what we want. Sometimes however, things don't always go as planned. That doesn't mean dream deferred, it just means now we need to figure it out pass the adjustment process.
Everybody has acquaintances, but some people don't know that they do. Mainly because they group them together with friends. Sadly, when you make this mistake, it causes you to create unrealistic expectations for someone you're calling a friend, who's really an acquaintance.
Have you ever heard some gossip in your class or workplace? Do you feel the shift in the atmosphere; the people whispering & pointing, the room becoming silent when someone walks in a room the overall weight in the room. Gossip can LITERALLY shift the atmosphere of wherever you are.
Hi! Welcome to the first episode of Girl Code 101. ❤ I'm Ashley Gray & I'll be coming to you weekly to inspire, motivate & bring it to you real! This podcast is not explicit, so it is okay for any girl, teen girl or woman to listen to. So, plug in your headphones & take notes, this is Girl Code 101