Beat the Blues

For a long time in my life, I genuinely believed that I was a victim of my moods. If I woke up not feeling great, I would raise the white flag and helplessly admit defeat.

I used to look at my mood the same way I looked at the weather; like it’s something outside my control, unpredictable and unchangeable.

While I realize now that this thought was dis-empowering, I also realize that it made me feel better somehow.

I was “comfortable” in my victimhood.

 

I now know that I am in full control of my life. Seems intuitive, doesn’t it? Funny thing is, most of us don’t realize it. We tend to sail through life allowing the waves to carry us where they choose.

 

I found my anchor. It’s me.

 

Where’s your anchor?

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