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20 Signs It’s Time To Let Go & Move On
We find out how strong we are in the moments of uncertainty life inevitably gives us. The unplanned events – layoffs, death, disease or divorce – can come crashing into our world at any moment.
Then the questionable life changes crop up. Should I stay or should I go? Should I buy or save? Should I forgive or forget? Should I move or not? The shoulds become a thirsty internal craving as we try to process the best outcome for our life.
The problem? In doing this, we often hold onto what no longer works.
I have a friend who is in a negative situation, and he’s hanging on for dear life because he wants to be brave and tough it out. He told me, “Giving up is not an option,” which so many of us believe.
But when holding on to something hurts our health and potential to be happy, we have to look closely at why we’re choosing to stay.
Life is a balance of holding on and letting go. We strive to make the right choice but how do we know when it is truly time to let go and move on?
Romantic relationships, jobs, even places we live have an expiration date. Sometimes we hold on to things that aren’t working out of fear we won’t find something better.
Perhaps our greatest fear is the unknown, which is why so many of us grasp, hold on and manipulate our situations trying to control our surroundings. But the outcome is always the same: more pain, immense frustration and ginormous guilt and blame.
To avoid the toxic outburst of staying in situations that no longer serve you, ask yourself if any of the following 20 signs apply.
20 Signs It’s Time To Let Go And Move On
1. When your thoughts go to memories more than the present.
2. When the situation causes you more pain than joy.
3. When you expect, hope and plead for the person, place or situation to change.
4. When you become complacent, bored or resentful.
5. When the pattern persists even though you tried to fix it.
6. When you feel alone, unheard or disrespected.
7. When the situation is holding you back from growing and being who you want to e.
8. When you stay, hoping and expecting things to get better.
9. When you cry more than you laugh and love.
10. When you feel exhausted emotionally, spiritualty and physically.
11. When you have lost your passion and joy.
12. When you core beliefs and values have changed and you sacrifice who you are.
13. When you stop having fun.
14. When you fear this is the best it will be.
15. When you force a smile to mask the pain.
16. When you lose who you are and stop dreaming.
17. When you hold on out of fear of the unknown.
18. When you sense you are holding onto something meant to be let go.
19. When the thought of being free of the situation feels expansive.
20. When you believe in a better life for yourself.
This list serves as a compassionate guide to help you make the right choice for you. If you found yourself saying yes to the majority of these questions, it may be time for you to take a step forward and let go. Trust your future and know you will be guided to happiness.
Source: I Heart Intelligence
7 Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency People Often Ignore
Once considered an ageing problem, vitamin deficiencies have now become very common amongst all ages - especially teenagers and adolescents. It is during the growing years that one needs an extra dose of healthy vitamins and nutrients but instead of loading up on a balanced diet most people seem to be depending on supplements to meet various vitamin deficiencies that perhaps their diet cannot fulfil. Our sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits and need for convenience are all to blame.
#VitaminD is one such essential nutrient that helps your bones grow and stay strong. More importantly, Vitamin D is required for the absorption of calcium by the body. Vitamin D is primarily produced in your body when the sun’s ultraviolet rays strike the skin. Simply put, it is mostly obtained from sun exposure but it is also naturally present in some foods like mushrooms, soy milk, eggs and oily fish.
What puts you at risk?
Besides inadequate sun exposure and an unhealthy diet, Vitamin D deficiency can occur for a number of reasons.People with dark skin may not be able to produce sufficient Vitamin D in response to sunlight exposure.Your kidneys may not be able to convert Vitamin D into usable form.Certain gut issues like Celiac Disease or Crohn's Disease may prevent your intestines from absorbing the Vitamin D produced in the body.Being obese or overweight puts you at a higher risk as Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. Without sufficient Vitamin D, your bones can become thin and brittle. In severe cases, a Vitamin D deficiency may lead to rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults.
If you’re not sure, here are seven signs and symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency. For some people, the symptoms may be very subtle, yet if you have been experiencing any of these regularly it’s best to consult your doctor at the earliest.
1. Feeling low and moody: The activity of the brain hormone, serotonin, increases with sun exposure. Studies have shown the low levels of Vitamin d in the body affects the amount of feel-good chemicals in the brain that can make you moody and irritable most of the times.
2. Chronic Pain: You experience regular aches, muscle weakness and joint pains. People with low levels of Vitamin D are more sensitive to pain.
3. Constant fatigue: You feel tired and fatigued all the time even after being well rested. You may also feel lethargic and anxious. Adequate amount of Vitamin D in the body is known to boost our energy levels and increase muscle functions
4. Sweaty head: One of the most common signs of a Vitamin D deficiency is head sweating. In case of new-borns, a sweaty forehead is usually the first sign of Vitamin D deficiency.
5. Daytime sleepiness: A lot of studies indicate that people with low levels of Vitamin D are at a higher risk of experiencing daytime sleepiness and other sleep disorders.
6. Frequent flu attacks and respiratory infections: You may be prone to more allergies and infections since Vitamin D plays an important role in reducing inflammation and regulating the functions of the cells in your immune system.
7. Gum disease: Bleeding, reddening and swelling of the gums may also indicate low levels of Vitamin D
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She has a sign on her wall,
much like The Writing on Wall
saying (as she’s praying):
This too shall pass
She has a sign on her wall
as being driven up said wall:
Stop and smell the roses
knowing (even owing)
a debt of gratitude for the gifts
so plenty, oh many.
She has a sign on her wall:
Drop but just one ball
one can juggle six not ten
repeat, once again,
six not ten
(maybe only five)
She has a sign on her wall:
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,
a copy from the book
she’s got no time to read
for the life she wants to lead
but first things first
it’s always first things first
She has a sign on her wall:
The Food Pyramid with a Twist
and a fifty-item grocery list
’cause you are what you eat
and you eat what you are
cookies, cake and blue-frosted candy bar
She has a sign on her wall:
I'm looking for a Sign
not cry, shriek nor whine
simply, easily, painlessly
. . . Divine Sign
Just One Sign
from Omnipotent He
On One Wall
a Western Wall
for wailing walls of her soul
(buried under other signs of other walls)
Hear O Israel the L‑rd our G‑d the L‑rd is One
She has One sign on The Wall
the finest of signs
for all days and times
its vision a thrill,
eyes turned eastward
(past the clutter, peanut butter, and hungry sparrows on the sill)
She has One sign on One Wall
whispering through it all,
With me you can stand tall
Smiling through dark night
an endless, eternal blessing:
It’s going to be all right.