Many problems are solved when you stop fighting with the current and learn how to go with the flow. Before getting into this, it is important to understand that you have to deal with a problem mentally before you face it in the physical world. It all begins in the mind. A prerequisite for winning a battle externally is winning it internally.
“And if you call me at 4am, too sad to even say hello, I will listen to your silence until you fall asleep.” ~ Unknown.
The writer of this quote is unknown, but it could have been any of us. Any one of us who has encountered true friendship. When it comes to friendship, the importance is in quality, not quantity.
There is a misconception in our society that has gone on for long enough, and that misconception is that crying makes you weak. Crying is always associated with weakness, wrongfully so. This is partly the result of socialization. Socialization is the way we are made to see the world and the beliefs and values that we acquire from childhood.
One of the most important things you could ever do for yourself is learning how to enjoy your own company. Being alone does not have to equal being lonely. This is a vital concept that we have to carry everywhere. The reason why I put this idea on a pedestal is because I truly believe that it is a major key to happiness.