So often we become so focused on the finish line that we fail to enjoy the journey – Dieter F. Uchtdorf


Talking about our problems is our greatest addiction. I learned that beautiful things happen when you stay away from negative minded people.

To read more on why talking about our problems is our greatest addiction, visit: Talking Problems, Our Greatest Addiction

Here are few lessons that helped me overcome my greatest addiction.

1. Be happy or comfortable in your own skin


Not being comfortable in your own skin kills your happiness, self-esteem, self-confidence. Remember, no one is perfect and we all have our flaws. Accept yourself for who you are, love yourself and be proud of who you are.

2. Never compare yourself or your life with others.

Always recognize and appreciate what you have, that is where Happiness lies. Don’t compare yourself with anyone because it brings jealousy. Remember, you are you and not them.

3. Always be positive in every situation

Learn from your failures or bad experiences and never repeat them again. take your failures, bad experiences as an opportunity to grow, be stronger in order to deal with situations life throws at you. Even when it seems everything is not going your way remember to always stay positive, thinking negatively is not going to help in any way. No matter what there is always something to be grateful for!

4. Let go of grudges and bitterness

 

5. Stop worrying 

 

6. Live in the moment 


7.  Stay true to yourself 

8. Be open minded

9. Surround yourself with enthusiastic people 

Be wise on who you want in your corner to motivate you to new levels and not bring you down!

 

Surround yourself with people who value, inspire and motivate you. Stay with people who bring the best in you. 

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Love,

Oluwakemi

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