Everything will be alright…

This blog isn’t as personal as others I’ve come across for the main reason being I wanted to keep it anonymous and focus on keeping others happy instead of focusing on myself. I usually post photos or quotes in hope that they’ll brighten someone’s day. We all have bad days and I wanted everyone to know they are not alone. Just because I’m constantly posting positive things doesn’t mean that I don’t have my days where I just want to give up and cry. We are all human and will all feel like this at some point.

So today, I’ve decided I’d post something a little more personal. I’ve had a tough couple of weeks for numerous reasons such as a hurtful breakup and the anniversary of losing someone very close to my heart. I have my good days and bad days like everyone else and unfortunately today was a bad day. Without going into too much detail, someone I thought was a lovely, considerate and sweet friend had a lot of hurtful comments to say about me for absolutely no reason at all. Of course, they made an impact as much as I tried to ignore them but I chose to forgive because I figured someone who could do something so hurtful to another person must be going through a hard time themselves. Surely that’s the only motive anyone would have to be so horrible? As hurt as I’m feeling right now, I do know that I’m surrounded by my beautiful family, friends and even acquaintances and that life does go on!

The main message of this post is that to anyone that’s having a rough day, whatever it may be, that life will get better eventually and that everything will be alright in the end. And if it’s not alright, then it is not the end. You are not alone and there are so many other people that will be feeling just as you are! It may be stormy now but it can’t rain forever!

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6 thoughts on “Everything will be alright…

  1. When life seems to be throwing too many challenges your way, might I suggest a great documentary that I watched recently on Netflix called Tig! Being a witness to what this stand-up comedian has gone through and the strength with which she faced all her challenges is inspiring. Hope this helps!

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  2. Jadore Jaime, you’ve made me think how awesome it would be, after facing a diatribe such as you describe, to just look the person in the eye and very calmly say, “I forgive you.” Then walk away. When similarly faced by a hen party (aka: a ROAST!) brought about by my so called friends at work, well, all I could do was cry. How empowering it would have been to have maintained my composure and simply to have forgiven them.

    You have a lovely blog here. Thank you for visiting with me today!

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