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When Will You Learn??

Isn't it funny how people who make the same mistakes over and over, end up in a crunchy situation, and can't figure out how they got there? After years of failed attempts to make their life better they sink deeper into despair and instead of taking responsibility for their actions, they blame everyone around them for their misery. Is that you?

Mr./Ms. "I can't pay my bills," "There ain't no good men/women out there," " My dad/mom wasn't around"...... Stop making excuses and WAKE UP!!

Don't let life pass you by because you fail to do what you need to do to change your situation. FIND A WAY, OR MAKE ONE. I come from a broken home, worked several jobs to make the bills and have experienced failed friendships and relationships but that hasn't stopped me from progressing.

Learn from your experiences. Every situation, whether good or bad, teaches us a lesson. It's up to YOU to take heed and learn from these lessons that will help you make healthy and wholesome decisions in life.

If you want different results...try something different. How many times must you fall into the same trap before you realize that YOU need to make a change? Stop making excuses about why you "can't do," what you "won't do" and just do it.

Change isn't always easy...and in most cases making the right decision is never easy. If your pockets are always tight, then maybe you need to evaluate your spending habits and expenses. Are you living outside of your means? If so, then cut your unnecessary luxuries. Don't try to keep up with the Jones's if you can't afford it.

If you can't seem to find love, then maybe you need to work on loving yourself, or re-evaluate the people you choose to love. Was every failed relationship in your past the "other" persons fault? If you answered "yes," then it's no surprise to me that you're single. This type of mentality is common among people who have a hard time learning from their experiences.

Instead of making yourself the victim, take a moment to reflect and evaluate your actions and how they contributed to your issues. Believe it or not, there's something you did or didn't do, that affected the outcome of your situation, and until you critically analyze yourself and what you can do or could have done better, you'll always find yourself confused and unhappy.

Do yourself a favor and learn from your mistakes. When you go against your better judgment you compromise your potential to live a happier and healthier life. Unless you enjoy complaining...don't do it. It's not attractive, positive and I'm sure your family and friends are tired of hearing it. Besides...the only person you really have to blame is yourself.

~~Let change inspire you to be a better person and to do great things beyond your imagination~~