Feeling lost and sad can be a WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY; no need to be bitter

Feeling lost and sad can be a WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY for you to delve inside your soul; use your special talents and skills; find other resources too so you can figure out why you feel so lost and sad. 
THEN you will have the knowledge and skills to MAKE POSITIVE CHANGES so you no longer feel lost and sad but feel happy and even motivated to help others learn from your experiences so they can become happy too. (Incidentally, this is making our world a better place which is what Judaism and other religions encourage).

Even if you are unsure of yourself and how to act; just treat others how you would want to be treated yourself; that is with kindness, respect, encouragement and honesty. You will do just fine and have nothing to fear.

Many people when they feel lost and sad try to find distractions so they do NOT have to face their emotions which keep building up inside of them, getting worse and worse day by day. They refuse to let the world see the TRUTH of their pain and refuse to seek the professional help they need to abolish their pain.

It is important to be cautious but you MUST let reasonable, kind and truthful people in so you can live life with emotion and freedom which will enable you to find happiness and even love. Of course you WILL be wrong where sometimes you will trust someone who lied and betrayed you; but this is part of your experiences intended to make you a better person. Don’t be bitter; instead be GRATEFUL for these experiences.

Just remember… always have good values and character because as my wise and wonderful Grandfather Ben said; without those, you have nothing.

Also, every living person has a will to change things if they so desire. In my life so far I made many important changes for our world. 
-Together with my daughter, we changed the way medical science treats children born with a multi-cystic kidney.

-I also helped change the “kiddie trust” tax laws when I stood up for my right to have the freedom to file my own tax returns. I never dreamed it would be so complicated.

-Now, I am standing up for my right to have a legal divorce by receiving my 50 percent interest in the marital assets and receiving my lawful spousal support award from my marriage of over 20 years.

-Now, I am also standing up to have the right to my continued companionship with my children since the time of divorce which was intentionally destroyed without any rational basis or sound reasoning. Our leaders should promote love, not destroy love. 
***A Mother’s love is not something to BARTER with for a PROFIT.

THIS IS SHAMEFUL.

Any one of those experiences in my life could have left me very bitter, sad and lost. Instead, I obtained the professional help I needed to UNDERSTAND the situation and then used my knowledge and skills to make positive changes. Not only has this brought me self-esteem and self-respect; I am grateful I have helped myself and others have a new perspective on life and find happiness and even love.

Remember, it is easy to hate those who challenge your beliefs and make you think in new, positive, reasonable and objective ways. But, it is YOUR loss if you act unreasonable and like a coward by refusing to embrace these new ideas so YOU can find happiness and maybe even love by understanding a new reasonable perspective and making positive changes.
This is YOUR journey but do you have the courage to embark upon it and discover new and exciting things about yourself?

Happy 4th of July and I hope the day and the coming year is filled with FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE for you and those you love.

As always none of this is legal or any other advice, it is based upon my knowledge and experiences.

-By Sara Hassman. Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;www.PAlienation.org

Parental Alienation is a form of child abuse that destroys the sacred bond between a loving parent and their child at the time of a divorce. It is affecting millions of children and families and involves:
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