if plain-flavoured-english Follow As I get older I'm starting to let go of the guilty urge to build permanent habits. Like, a while ago I decided I would start jumping rope every day. I did it for like three weeks and felt good about it. Then I got bored, because of course I did, because I'm a human person. So now I do a bit of kickboxing because that's what I like now. The other week I cut all sugar from my diet, just for a week, to challenge myself. Now I'm back to eating sweets but I don't crave them as much. Growth is about stretching, trying new things, and setting small, realistic goals for yourself, not picking a "good habit" you've decided you will be doing always and forever from now on. That's not discipline. That's pointless self-torture and unhealthy resistance to change. What's good for you today will not necessarily be what's good for you tomorrow.
Soulmatethoughts @soulmatethought I didn't fall in love with you because I was lonely or lost, I fell in love with you because when I bonded with you for the first time, it was the only time that I have ever wanted to make someone permanent in my life
_I peace. Take a shower, When you netice your mental health declining, do ene small thing that brings you text loved one, step outside. One little step is all you need to remind yourself that this is not permanent. theopeninvite