Define validating life
We ascribe the value quotient to our lives by making decisions that we score as either valid or invalid based upon our personal ethics and how we think and behave.” ― Kilroy J.Oldster, tags: behavior, dream-world, happiness, invalidation, life-is-a-dream, mental-state, mental-states, metaphysical, metaphysical-philosophy, metaphysical-quest, metaphysical-quotes, metaphysical-truth-reality, metaphysics, metaphysics-quotes, mind-power, mind-set, mindset, mindset-mastery, mindset-matters, mindset-quotes, personal-ethics, philosopher, philosophical, philosophy, philosophy-of-life, philosophy-quotes, practical, practicality, quotient, rational, rational-thinking, rational-thought, rationality, self-assessment, self-mastery, self-mastery-quotes, self-referential, self-reflecting, self-reflection, validation, value-of-life “Discover a deep, healthy love for yourself....In my mind, I imagined everyone laughing about how stupid my hair looked or how bad my taste was.With every decision I made, I felt afraid of what everyone else would think. Yes, I still have insecurities, but I no longer allow them to dictate the person I am or what I can and can’t do.Relationships are meant to complement your life not complete it.
When someone enters the pain and hears the screams healing can begin.” ― Danielle Bernock, tags: captive, childhood-trauma, emotional-abuse, freedom, healing, healing-the-emotional-self, invalidate, lies, love, love-heals, marginalized, pain, ptsd, screams, screams-of-agony, silent-pain, trauma, validation “She ran straight into Leo’s open arms, unable to stop the tears from falling, feeling at last defended, like a single musical note that had finally found the symphony to which it belonged.” ― Natasha Lester, tags: acceptance, believe-in-yourself, eating-disorder-recovery, feelings, focus-on-positive, love-yourself, mantra, mental-health, mindfulness, no-judgment, one-step-at-a-time, positive-quotes, positive-thinking, present-moments, recovery, repeat, self-help, self-improvement, self-love, thoughts, validation, you-are-enough, you-are-important “The most powerful and courageous heroes I know are those who bite their tongues when justification, validation, temptation, or vengeance would have them strike with truthful, hurtful words.” ― Richelle E.
Goodrich, “Some time ago, my son Emilio was going back to school after vacation.
He did not like the idea at all and was filled with anxiety.
I was never one who raised his hand to answer or volunteer for activities, or even approach a stranger to make friends.
Back then, putting gel in my hair or wearing brand new shoes felt like challenges; I was afraid of what people would think of me.
It traps you in a square that only leads to desperation — and nothing else.