MJ’s Words: Are you surrounded by miserable people or live in an environment that radiates negativity? It hard to find happiness in a miserable environment, let alone confidence. Even though it’s hard at times, never allow it to take away the confidence that you have in yourself to stay content. Hurting people hurt people. Miserable people seek misery. You will never know how happy you can be until you focus on being happy and stay determined to be. Life is full of beautiful moments. The more that we deter from experiencing those moments, the more we take away from being happy and enjoying life.
Words of advice: Unhappiness leads to misery. Misery is a source of depression. Depression is a result of choosing to not be happy during hard times and cruel circumstances. It’s time for you to find your happiness. Happiness is a result of being confident. Confidence is a result of you choosing who you want to be and how you want to feel despite even the less amenable things can seem.
MJ’s Words: Depending solely on anything for confidence is never a good thing, but it’s beneficial to have support while building confidence. Family, colleagues, and friends can help boost your confidence in many ways. Boosting someone’s confidence, especially in children, starts with the simplest things. Listening, conversing, understanding, helping, guiding and supporting are ways to help boost someone’s confidence, along with their ability to build their own self-confidence. Support plays a big part in building the confidence in those you are closes to.
Words of advice: Don’t put others down, lift them. A simple smile, hug, or act of kindness can go a long way. Many times, the simple things mean the most. Be the reason someone decides to put one foot forward.
MJ’s Words: Faith is believing in something that the eyes can’t see. When we are unaware of what’s ahead, we tend to jump ahead to seek what we want. We do this out of fear. Not knowing what to expect can hold us back from taking chances and changing. Why? The reason is because we picture in our minds how we want things without accepting how they need to be. God knew what we needed before we knew what we wanted. God set things up to happen at the right time, in the right place, for the right people. Relying on your expectancy of the unknown can lead you into the wrong direction. Be led in the right way by trusting God’s way and having faith in God’s destiny for your life.
Words of advice: There are many things that we know nothing about until we’re exposed to them. Once exposed, we are not always ready. So, when God open doors for us, it’s because He knows that we are now ready to be in a place that was only meant for us . Have confidence even when you are unsure.