Showing posts from August, 2012


The real victory in any situation is knowing you've done everything possible to get to where you want to be. Knowing that you've tried and that you will continue to try everything in your power to overcome obstacles. Doing it with your head held high, knowing that in the end, you will get exactly what you want because you kind of already have it. It doesn't matter where you end up as long as you're satisfied with the result. It doesn't matter what other people want for you, as long as you are where you want to be. What makes you happy? You are only defeated when you've given up immediately.  Or when you've only tried solutions that were probably never going to work in the first place, logically, and then you give up.  Defeat is something we do to ourselves.  No one can win any challenge against us unless we allow them to.  If you don't try, how will you ever know you've lost? And if you don't already have it, you're not actuall

Self Sabotage

Self Sabotage is what we do when things are going well for us and we look for a way to fuck it up because it's what we are used to.  It's a cycle we've created ourselves when being happy is simply too scary so we choose the familiarity of not feeling much of anything at all. For instance, someone we care about is really trying hard to show us they care just as much in return and we jump to conclusions, look for reasons to fight with them, or - in some cases - we hold back our feelings while they are pouring their hearts out; meanwhile, risking the opportunity to be happy with them and make things work. Self sabotage can also be related to our work, our dreams, our aspirations for the better... for the beyond... for whatever.  We have no obstacles and yet we make obstacles in order to make things more difficult for ourselves rather than just go for what we want. We whine, we complain, we bitch about anything and everything but we take no action. We focus on the inane