the people that matter the most to me and that are positive and uplifting will get my time. but most of all my son will get my time as he grows and when he is grown because he is my gift from God and for god and him I will make my number one priority
Not my circus. Not my monkeys.1. Does this situation really involve me? 2. If the situation doesn't really involve me, what is my motivation for getting involved? 3. What will it cost me to get involved? We're talking time, money, stress, etc. 4. Can I really bring something to the table that will help all parties get to a better resolution? 5. What will happen if I decline to participate in this situation?
I have a wonderful teacher for this: Putting up walls, playing unattached, and pretending you're too cool to fall in human miseries - that's easy. Being raw and vulnerable and yet tender in the midst of wolves? Now that's truly brave. Tack
"There comes a point in your life when you realize who matters, who never did, who won't anymore, and who always will. And in the end you learn who is fake, who is true and who would risk it all for you."