Don’t Run Away From Your Problems, Solve Them.

I spent the morning crying. For the past five days I have really enlarged my “quote wall” I talked about a long time ago on here. I felt like I needed it and even though I don’t necessarily like these types of quotes, this one speaks out to me because it sinks courage into me. It’s real.

Just because you ran away from your problem, doesn’t mean the problem is gone. It’s still there, waiting. You’ve just distanced yourself from it. Eventually it’ll catch up to bite you in the reer, because it was left unresolved. Basically like F’s and bad grades in school. It’s something I’m trying to follow to ease my head.

Along with my all time favorite quote;

It’s not my definite favorite but it’s definitely in the top five. I need this as a framed picture in my house. I am a very compassionate person that tries to satisfy everyone that matter to me, even if it means letting myself go for a little while. It goes out of hand, but some people are worth it. Sometimes it get’s confusing and in all honestly tiering, but I have a big conscience that makes everything harder and more painful.

These two together, they kind of crash heads, but I need them in my head 24/7 in order to make decisions. To be brave enough to do something I am afraid too, yet to think wisely about what that truly is and what is the true problem at hand.
Because they need to resolved

7 thoughts on “Don’t Run Away From Your Problems, Solve Them.

  1. Loved this post loads. Sort of like the right read at the right time situation :p
    I definitely need to keep this in my brain at all times too to deal with all the mess that i’ve got myself into. One day, the storm will die and there will be sunlight… I wanna believe in that!!!

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  2. “Do the thing you are afraid of.” That’s something we were taught in a human relations course I took. By facing your fears, you defuse the intensity of the situation by half. I know, easier said than done sometimes, but there is truth to it. Well written…

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