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What you do or don’t think is up to you - no one else. And despite how it often feels, it is possible to train your brain to think supportively. It’s a habit and a practice (that you need to practice), but it is totally possible! I’ve learnt to control my thoughts and choose what supports me. And you can too 😊
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Fetch a pen and a few sheets of paper.
Write down some tough things that you think about - past and present.
The first dog I ever fostered was a street dog. When we got her she’d just given birth, but was so malnourished and all 3 of her babies died, including one that I tried to save for two weeks.
One of the reasons I foster dogs is that my health is so bad that children aren’t on the cards for me.
I was still unmarried and unattached at 35 and had pretty much given up on ever finding love.
With diabetes and celiac disease I’ve got lots of diet restrictions. My diseases are expensive and exhausting.
I’ve had an ongoing struggle with my health, unemployment and trying to make a living.
Now re-write each one, adding the blessings (no matter how subtle) - sometimes we need to do a positive PR spin on our own life stories - there is only one rule - what you add has to be true!
You’ll know you have done this very well when you look at what you’ve written and can say, “Yeah, I guess that is true!”
I ❤ dogs and teddy bears 🧸 - the little black dog in the photo is Traxx (see photo below) - the first dog I ever fostered and a complete foster fail! She was a street dog and now expects to get tucked into bed with a fluffy blanket every night, and I ❤ tucking her in. When we got her she’d just given birth, but was so malnourished and all 3 of her babies died, including one that I tried to save for two weeks. Whenever I see her enjoying her bed, her food or anything I’m just filled with warmth that she never has to be malnourished or cold or see her babies die again.
One of the reasons I foster dogs is that my health is so bad that children aren’t on the cards for me. I really love my dogs and teddy bears, they fill my home and my life with cuteness and life and warmth.
The handsome man is my 💖 husband (see photo below). He’s hilarious and keeps me from being too serious. Since getting married my health has gotten worse, so I really need all the laughs I can get. We met online when we were both in our late thirties and had almost given up on finding love.
With diabetes and celiac disease I’ve got lots of diet restrictions and my diseases are expensive and exhausting.… but… 🍿🍫☕ I always find a way to keep popcorn, chocolate and coffee in my diet!
My guilty p******* is sitting in my PJ’s binge-watching Netflix all day long occasionally 😎📽️ …and what a good thing that is, because I’ve had an ongoing struggle with my health, unemployment and trying to make a living.
Our truth is a combination of both good and bad. We can’t eliminate the bad, but we can train ourselves to also notice the good and add the good to the stories in our thoughts.
This is a small, but extremely powerful habit to get yourself into.
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