When your stomach, butt, and thighs shrink…so do your boobs!
My point is nothing will ever be “perfect”. There will never be a time when every single aspect in your life is perfectly aligned. There will always be some problem. When one area in your life is thriving, another will suffer. There will always be something to work on, but you know what….that’s okay.
“Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass… it is about learning to dance in the rain.” ~ Vivanne Grenne
First of all every problem has at least one answer, usually several. The thing is you have to be pr0active about seeking out that answer. I have also been learning that a part of doing all that, is patience. Most often when a problem arises it takes me a whole 5 seconds to think of at least10 ways to solve that problem, so when I am faced with a problem that I can’t instantly see an answer for….I get super upset & frustrated. If I can’t find an immediate answer, I will usually just put it off or occasionally, just give up. However, I have been learning that a big key to all this answer business is having patience and having patience is equal to having faith. You must practice one to practice the other. I’m learning that sometimes the answer is not immediate, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t one.
“Don’t sweat the small stuff, it’s all small stuff” ~ Zig Ziglar
Secondly, unless your engulfed in flames and also sinking in quicksand… there really isn’t any problem that is too big to handle. I think often times, a problem arises and instantly we get swallowed up by it. All the sudden everything is wrong, everything is worse…… and of course, everything always happens to you. Pity party for one. When ultimately if we’d just instantly look for the solution instead of focusing on the problem, it really wouldn’t seem to be that big of a problem at all . But just like with Faith and patience….being able to react like this, also takes practice.
I believe a big part of problem management, minimizing problems and finding problem solutions (here it comes again!!!!) is counting your blessings. When something problematic comes up, you have to be able to find the ability with in yourself to say ” Self: okay this is not ideal, but I have (fill in the blank) good friends, a significant other, family to help me through it. ” By reminding yourself of all the positive things in your life, it is much easier to confront to bad. Plus, I think keeping a constant count of all our blessings, empowers us. It makes us feel powerful, brave, and hopeful. All great weaponry against problems and negativity.
Try to think of problems are more like puzzles. It makes them seem more fun and less stressful. And try to remember that they will always come, and not just to you….
Remember your boobs might have gotten smaller, but then again so did your stomach, butt and thighs!