Its okay not to be okay.

Your in the real world, things happen, life happens and most of the time we only see what people want us to see! 🌍

You feel like you have to be a pillar of strength for the people around you, where you can not let your genuine emotions out.

I’m here to tell you, it’s OK not to be OK! We should all be allowed to fall apart sometimes, so we can build ourselves all over again 💕

its ok not to be ok
its ok not to be ok

It’s ok to have a bad day, it’s okay to have a bad week.

We should all be allowed to fall apart sometimes, so we can build ourselves all over again.

It happens to the best of us. We have a bad day, a bad week, and then we feel like we can’t get back up. But there are ways to make yourself feel better when you’re down in the dumps—and I’m going to share some of my favorite tips with you today!

First things first: take a deep breath and just let yourself feel whatever you’re feeling right now. It might seem scary at first, but trust me: it will get easier with practice. Once you get used to taking those deep breaths and feeling those feelings without trying to change them or push them away (which is totally natural!), then you can start setting aside time every day for self-care.

One thing that calms me down when I need it most is music! I love listening to music when I’m stressed out because it reminds me of people who care about me and makes me feel like everything is going to be okay in the end. If music isn’t your thing, try watching something funny

To have emotions and express them is not a sign of weakness but of strength.

In the past, it was thought that having emotions and expressing them was a sign of weakness. However, today we know that this is not true. To have emotions is actually a sign of strength because it means you are able to feel things deeply, which means you are more likely to be passionate about life and your work.

To be able to express your emotions and feelings is also important in building relationships with other people. If you can’t share how you feel with someone, then they won’t understand why they need to help you or support you. This can make it difficult for other people to do what’s right for them—which can mean they will end up feeling frustrated or angry with themselves because they don’t know what they should do next in order to make things better for everyone involved.

Expressing yourself also helps others understand where their own boundaries lie so that they don’t cross them accidentally when trying to help out others who may need some extra support from time-to-time (like when someone has experienced something traumatic). This kind of understanding makes it easier for everyone involved because there are fewer misunderstandings about what happened between two people who may or may not have known each

Don’t judge yourself on others expectations.

You can only do what you can do, so don’t judge yourself on others’ expectations.

It’s tempting to compare ourselves to other people’s success, but the truth is, we are all at different points in our lives. What may seem like “success” to someone else might actually be a big struggle for them—or vice versa!

So instead of trying to keep up with everyone else, focus on the things that make you happy and help you reach your goals.

You do not need to find the gold at the end of the rainbow – it is there always! You just can’t see it sometimes”.

As we all know, life is not always easy. It has its ups and downs, but what matters is how you react to them. When we are faced with challenges or difficult situations, many of us tend to lose hope and stop believing in ourselves. But that’s exactly when we should start believing more than ever before!

You might be asking yourself: “What on earth does this have to do with me?” Well, let me tell you: everything! We are all unique individuals with unique lives, experiences and challenges. And each one of us has something special about us that makes us who we are today. Each one of us has some kind of talent or skill that will help us achieve our goals and dreams. So if you want something bad enough, keep pushing forward no matter how hard it may seem at first – because there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel!

Its ok if you don’t produce world class results all the time, life happens and things change.

Life happens, and things change. Even the best of us have bad days and weeks, and sometimes it feels like we’ll never get back on track.

It’s ok if it takes longer than expected to get there. It’s ok if you need help from others, or even just a good cry when things get tough. And it’s definitely ok to ask for help when you need it!

Sometimes, when we’re feeling down about ourselves or our work, it can be hard to believe that someone else is struggling too—especially if they seem like they have everything figured out. But trust me: everyone has moments where they feel like they’re not good enough, or that their work isn’t worthy of praise or attention.

I’m here because I know how hard it can be when things aren’t going well; but I also know that there are ways to feel better about yourself and your work again—and sometimes all it takes is just one small change in mindset or behaviour to make a big difference in how you approach life every day!

Giving yourself permission to not be ok helps you to take a break and reset yourself

It’s hard to put yourself first sometimes, but it’s important.

Sometimes you feel like you’re the only one who needs to take care of everything. But that’s not true! Everyone has their own responsibilities, and everyone needs to take a break sometimes. That’s why it’s so important to give yourself permission to stop and reset sometimes—it’ll help you be able to get back into whatever you need to do feeling refreshed and ready.

It can be hard to remember this in the moment though, especially if something feels urgent or important. Here are some tips for making sure you’re still taking care of yourself even when there’s stuff happening around you:

-Set an alarm on your phone every hour or two that reminds you to check in with how YOU’RE doing—whether that means checking in with how your body feels or making sure that what you want out of life is still what YOU want out of life (or both!).

-Put up reminders around your house (or wherever else) that remind you what is important (and why). It could be as simple as writing down some reminders on post-it notes and sticking them around where

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