Beating yourself up over every perceived mistake is the work of an internal...
Beating yourself up over every perceived mistake is the work of an internal abuser who must be restrained and reformed. — Bryant McGill @BryantMcGill @SimpleReminders @JenniMcGill #SimpleReminders #inspiration #quotes #quotestoliveby #quoteoftheday #words #selfhelp #goodvibes #work #pain #growth See More...
I can't let go of him till now I . Always I pray to forget to forgive but I just cantz!
I used to beat myself whenever im at rage so much even I punch my chest cause it seems its my release of angei can't feel the pain just after we'll the result I got 3 anni plays not only that I don't know why I'm doing it , breaking things if I can't be control I'm dead now.Again and again still if I'm so extreme anger I feel like killing my self # lot of pills take me sleep not to think ! So many times I feel sorry #'but now I'm a bit calm. In other words I can't let hi
Our inner voices can, sometimes, be our biggest critics. It depends on which voice you give most of your attention to.
Omg! So true 😊
Amen truth blessed
So true...that's mad people act..
Special request for a decent life 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
I am grateful for this. It is a timely reminder