Losing friends and why that might be a good thing
Hello friends today I will be talking about losing friends and how it may be a good thing, but first…
If you are following me on FB and Instagram (you totally should, here and here), then you know that my new video production went up in flames after we rented out a studio, got a crew together and I ended up NOT liking a single video we did. What gives? Something got lost in translation. I missed my unpolished videos I did at home since they seemed more personal and more authentic.
So, it goes to show that the glitz is great but not at the cost of your soul. I may try doing the fancy video shoot again at some point, but for now – going back to my home studio (which also serves as my kids’ playroom:)) and recording some unscripted, from the heart love notes from me to you.
But – we had a blast and got some fun rockstar photos out of it, you should totally check it out.
Now, today topic is controversial and juicy. Have you ever lost a friend, either by your own volition or theirs? Even when we decide that a certain friend is no longer someone we want to be around, we tend to feel a sense of loss after losing them. For whatever reason, we tend to make ourselves feel wrong even though we KNOW that a particular friendship is not serving us any longer. We make it mean something about us and our sense of worth.
My two cents: losing a friend is a part of life, it’s normal (everyone goes through this), and it may end up being the best thing that happens to you. We need to end this cycle of self sabotage by making ourselves wrong for things that are bound to happen. It shouldn’t define you or make you feel less.
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Much love to you all,
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