The unwanted experiences are of great value β€

What if all the bumps on your road where there to redirect you? What if all the things you went through that brought you to your knees actually has the potential of inspiring you to become even more confident, even more joyful, even more loving and even more empowered?

Everything that happens to you is of value – especially the unwanted experiences. When you begin to realize the potential that these gifts actually give you, now you will begin to view everything in life in a different light. πŸ’–


Never sacrify your own emotional balance to satisfy the external demands from others

Allow yourself some time to rest mentally, every day. Take a moment from time to time during your day to just breathe deeply, close your eyes, quiet your mind and remind yourself that how you feel matters more than anything.

It doesn’t matter what you have to do today – never sacrify your own emotional balance to satisfy the external demands from others. Keep yourself in balance first and foremost. Value yourself, value your emotions and listen with love to your body. Allow yourself some time to sit back, relax and find relief in your mind.

When you are at peace within you find your clairity and your focus. That is when you are open to all opportunities and all solutions.

The love and approval you seek πŸŒΌ

It is ok for you to withdraw from the chatter around you and sooth yourself back into relief. 

Sometimes the best clairity is found when you quiet your mind and allow yourself to relax in your solitude. You are valuable and unique, and the love and approval you seek does not come from external sources, it comes from within. Withdraw for a while to find your balance again. ❀

Only good will come from this experience πŸŒΉ

Soothing wordsΒ 

How do you deal with your panic attacks and your anxiety?

Ever since I was a little girl I have had flashes of panic attacks and days filled with anxiety, sometimes several days in a row, every week. 

When I grew up I had no idea how to handle these awful, intense feelings and it resulted in a lot of anger and depression. Back then I also felt like a powerless victim to everything that happened to me… my alcoholic father, the bullying, my eating disorders, the sexual abuse, the physical abuse, the death of my parents… everything just added to my panic attacks and my anxiety.

It was not until I was 24 years old that I – completely on my own – began improving how I felt about myself and how I handled my mood swings. Little by little I began liking myself and I developed a strong, beautiful self esteem. 

From that point on everything in my life improved as well. I got a job I loved, met an amazing man and my self-esteem continued to grow stronger and stronger. It took time but I managed to go from feeling like a powerless victim to feeling like an empowered woman.

However, my panic attacks and my anxiety is still with me every week. Even though I have the body of my dreams, two little babies, a job I love and an amazing boyfriend… I am, however, better at soothing myself once I get hit with theses awful emotions, and I am an expert at hiding how I feel at work and so on… but the feelings are still as intense as when I was a little girl. 

Some days, like today, I feel no desire to continue living. It is so strange because the feelings are so intense and so real… but tomorrow they might be gone again. That gives me some relief, to know that this too shall pass. Until it passes I treat myself to a lot of delicious food and play a lot with my cute little babies.

How do you handle your panic attacks and your anxiety?

Your job – relax and allow

Soothing words when you feel sadness or anger β€

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