When the Notion of Change is Too Much

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Happy-go-lucky and c’est la vie personality types need read no further. What’s ahead won’t resonate.

Depression.

The proverbial black dog. Anxiety accompanying your every move. Quivering of nerves that’s barely managed to be hidden from those that don’t know your plight. Oh! And the relief of allowing your vulnerability to be shown to those in whom you can trust.

To cry. To freely and openly cry.

What is THAT?

THAT my friend, is a massive subject. It’s too large, complex, sensitive and specific to the individual to cover in one blog post. But I just had ‘a thought’, that I thought I would share.

If you’re willing…

Do you think that an inability to adapt to a certain situation may contribute to depression?

Let me put it another way.

How valuable and important is it to embrace change, to be flexible, and to contemplate a future with positivity no matter what your current circumstance?

Hugely important, I think.

Around us lies a mix of personalities which combined, makes the world go round. Extroverts, introverts, adventurous, lazy, quarrelsome, impartial, dependable, dishonest. The list goes on.

No matter where you fit in the matrix of Earth, I want to SHOUT the importance of originality from my rooftop.

Wherever you fit, it’s okay to be you.

Acceptance of self (and wherever you find yourself at any point in life) is a beautiful place if you allow it.

Seek acceptance within. Allow your mind to play with the notion. Could it be that the change confronting you is somehow for the better?

Acceptance is one step away from depression.

 

About Sue McKay

Loving life as I boldly go where I've never been before. I'm a writer, photographer, greeting card designer and business owner of Kick It To Me Enterprises who has grand visions involving my Nikon, some surfers and my blog.

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