Blind trust = Betrayal.
Blind trust puts trust in someone without any concern of proven trustworthiness. In the end, you will be betrayed. And, the mistake was yours for trusting someone blindly. You give your trust to a person who does not deserve it, you actually give him the power to destroy you.
I know it best.
Over-thinking = Depression.
There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. Just by merely making negative interpretations and judgments about a situation can render you vulnerable to depression.
I know it, but I do it. I think it’s my hobby, I can’t get out of it.
Saying “no” = Very important.
Honoring yourself is the most important thing. I know it's very hard to think about letting someone you care about down or falling short of someone’s expectation of you. Sometimes saying "no" can even be heartbreaking to someone else. But so is saying "yes" when you don’t really mean it.
Still I am learning how to say NO.
Revenge = Ruining our own life; Letting go = Peace of mind.
Will you feel better after a revenge? People who have been hurt or betrayed seem to believe without any doubt that if the other party suffers, then they will feel better--their emotional pain will lessen. Is this true? NO! Revenge increases anger rather than decreasing it is because of ruminations.
I still get angry and think of taking revenge.
Observing = Increase in wisdom.
Opinions come naturally to us. Wisdom does not. Opinions are common. Wisdom is not. We can form an opinion quickly, but wisdom takes time to develop. We can begin to develop it from the knowledge gained from careful observation of the lives of others, from a critical examination of our own lives, and from purposeful meditation. It’s how we connect and employ knowledge that counts.
I excel in it.
Forgiving= Healing.Individuals who have been hurt, betrayed and abused have the right to be angry and resentful. Forgiving yourself is crucial for healing. To forgive yourself, you must accept that you were/are vulnerable and allow yourself to be human. This means accepting that you may have made mistakes if, in fact, you had made any concerning your safety or welfare.
I can’t forgive everyone, exceptions are there.