Today, I’m happy to present my first EVER guest post. I’m super excited about this guest blogger because we were best friends in sixth grade. I moved away and years later we found each other in our high school auditorium! She now is a a blogger at A Little Chit Chat and mother of two and I’m so glad she’s here. Please give a warm welcome to the fabulous, Halelyah!!! Don’t forget to show her some love!!!
You ever find yourself wanting to say, “this is fckd the fck up”about certain situations, but keep how your feeling to yourself. Well its okay to be pissed off about something. Say a few curse words if thats what suits you.
S#!t Fu*k DAMNNNNN , Just get it out quickly.
As parents we put so much pressure on ourselves to be perfect. What to give them for dinner, what time should they go to bed, how to censor the music they listen to, games they play and shows they watch. Sometimes you may even be hard on yourself for letting your child see you angry or upset. These are every day struggles for parents, hey for human beings period. It’s OK to be pissed off or upset about a situation. Don’t stress out though. You will make mistakes in life, a day that’s OK. Just keep trying to be the best you, you can be, and whenever you feel like your drowning, just take a deep breath, count to 10 and think of some of these saying go to get you through the day.
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”
” A positive thought in the morning, can change your entire day”
“A new day, A new start”
“There are a million things to focus on, choose something good”
“If what your mad about will not matter later, do yourself a favor and cheer up”
“Expect the best”
“Your children Love you”
“Everything happens for a reason”
“Your efforts will not go unnoticed”
“everything is going to according to schedule”
“Think positive and Positive things will happen”
“Most of the stuff that you worry about will never happen”
“Everything is going to be okay”
“Believe in your decisions”
“I am good enough”
“If you are persistent, you will get it”