It doesn’t matter what happened in the past. The only thing that matters is what you are going to do RIGHT NOW! What are you going to do right now?!


Concious level thinking just doesn’t work. “You cannot change the effect without first changing the cause“

What are you going to do right now?!

Use your past as fuel to take you wherever you need to go!

If you ever look back, make sure it is only to DRIVE YOU FORWARD!

Don’t blame others for YOUR situation.

Rely on YOURSELF to create a new situation.

Your FUTURE starts TODAY not tomorrow.

Plan now, live now!

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Your FUTURE starts TODAY not tomorrow.

No need to let your past hold you back. Surviving struggle illustrates the lessons you‘ve learned and makes you stronger if you let it.
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No need to let your past hold you back.

Our past doesn’t define who we are, because we are not our past, but we are what we choose to be at this very moment. Somehow we have accepted the concept that our past define who we are, but the truth is that our past cannot define us, but we define ourselves through our behaviours and actions of our present.

Our past doesn’t define who we are

“I believe everything happens for a reason. People change so you can learn to let go. Things go wrong so you can appreciate them when they’re right. You believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself.” – Marilyn Monroe

I believe everything happens for a reason

“Trust is the highest form of human motivation. It brings out the very best in people. But it takes time and patience.” – Stephen R. Covey


Trust is the highest form of human motivation.

“Don’t trust the person who has broken faith once.” – William Shakespeare


Don’t trust the person who has broken faith once

“Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters.” – Albert Einstein


Careless with the truth

The Powerful Manipulation Method That Keeps You Trauma Bonded To Your Abuser

Flowers after days of the silent treatment. Crocodile tears after weeks of brutal insults. An unexpected extravagant gift after a rage attack. A sudden moment of tenderness after hours of critical remarks. What do these all have in common? In the context of an abusive relationship, they are all demonstrations of intermittent reinforcement – a dangerous manipulation tactic used to keep you bonded to your abuser.

Psychologist B.F. Skinner (1956) discovered that while behavior is often influenced by rewards or punishment, there is a specific way rewards are doled out that can cause that behavior to persist over long periods of time, causing that behavior to become less vulnerable to extinction. Consistent rewards  for a certain behavior actually produce less of that behavior over time than an inconsistent schedule of rewards. He discovered that rats pressed a lever for food more steadily when they did not know when the next food pellet was coming than when they always received the pellet after pressing (known as continuous reinforcement). Continue reading “Intermittent Reinforcement”

Intermittent Reinforcement

Ernest Hemingway said: The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much and forgetting that you are special.

Don’t allow anyone, regardless of how much you love them, break you or change who you are. Don’t let other people’s pain make your spark shine a little less. Don’t lose yourself in the process of trying to save a man who doesn’t want to be saved. Save yourself.

You cannot make someone understand a message they aren’t ready to receive. – May this be the lesson you’ll remember for the rest of your life.


You cannot make someone understand a message they aren’t ready to receive.