Dig Deep and Switch that Sitch!

Sitch – as in situation…

Let’s face it, we all have “something” with us… because no one is perfect and not everyone is for everybody – even if you’re related.

Personality conflicts exists and not everyday will be roses with everyone in your life. You’re not always going to be everyone’s cup of tea, and not everyone will be your shot of tequila 😉

If the relationship is important to you, and its not in a great condition, do your part to switch it up. Period.

Preserve and nurture relationships that add value, growth, and positivity to your life and be reciprocal.

PSA: Doing what you’re supposed to do & doing what’s right doesn’t guarantee the outcome will be aligned with your desires. (Many of us forget that from time to time). You should realize it and be ok with that.

Mother’s Day is approaching and if you have a little wrinkle in your relationship with mothers, sisters, aunts, female friends, immediate or extended female family members to which the day applies – dig deep and switch that sitch.

Figure out the blockage that’s been keeping you from reaching a healthy place. Work through it, talk it out, forgive, apologize if its on you, and move forward. If you can’t find the blockage, then it should be even easier to move forward and start anew because at that point, what’s all the tension about? Get out of your head, and focus on making things right.

But beyond Mother’s Day, take that approach for all of your relationships. Protect your energy and your state of mind in the process, and sleep with a clear conscience knowing you’ve done your part, even if they don’t want to do theirs.


Daily Dose of D’s

~D’Lorah Denise~


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