When running gets you no fucking where.

Hey everyone,

Welcome back to crazy little things! I hope everyone is doing ok and if you are not, well that is ok too because you don’t have to be ok all the time as you are only human. I don’t know if I need a months worth of sleep, the bathtub size of tea or a rocket up my ass. I am so lethargic it’s unreal. At the moment though I feel motivated to make a change though as someway or somehow I am going to get my life back from the things that have taken over. I have put so much focus on serving and overcoming the shit instead of being happy. I deserve to be happy it is as simple as that. I feel like a lot of us can do this at times, our focus is either on mental illness, physical illness, issues or demons, that we forget to focus on one thing that can help with all of that, happiness.
So maybe lets not just do self-care to help ease the problems but also use self-care as a way of getting those small moments of happiness. We don’t need to be depressed or anxious to need self-care. Let’s go after or happiness.

Today’s tip of the day is –

When running gets you no fucking where.

This week I have learned you can’t outrun your problems, sooner all later they are going to catch you and trip you up and then boom you are flat on your face. Most of the time people try and run from their problems because they are hard to face or you don’t know how to solve them. We can feel like we are on an episode of Scooby Doo when they are running away from the monster but keep running past the same thing over and over. That’s the thing though if we think about it, the monster is not a monster at all and if we stopped running and turned around and faced it we will see that it’s not scary and not unbeatable. The hardest things we deal with in life are the things that seem scary but once we lose we overcome the fear, we see that the only thing that is unbeatable is ourselves.
Take care,
Vixxy Rose
xxx

2 thoughts on “When running gets you no fucking where.

  1. But… but.. but I really like running from my problems.

    I know you’re right. But still, sometimes it’s just so much nicer to run away. It’s a vicious cycle, eh?

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