MIAGD: Make it a great day
“It’s my life, it’s now or never…” Jon Bon Jovi
Yes. But how many times do we allow others or circumstances to overtake us?
Too many times, I’m betting.
Until my alcoholic birth father moved out when I was twelve years old, we lived at the mercy of his dysfunction and were forced to coexist. We didn’t realize we were codependent but it was imposed on us where we lived a different life simply to survive.
As I grew older I discovered there were many other forms of codependency.
It’s difficult, I believe, to know when to continue to be of service or when not letting go can be a detriment to your own life.
Sometimes it is imperative to move away, and move on from people or circumstances that desire to drag us down with them.
Knowing when to let go or move on is a choice. For me, I always see just how healthy the choice was.
We were meant to live our lives to the fullest. If we allow ourselves to be glued to toxicity we cheapen our life’s journey.
Why make life harder by permitting yourself to be emotionally, mentally, and even spiritually imprisoned by others? It usually means you’ve also been physically detained.
Move on. It’s your life.
Make it a great day, Folks!