Setting YOUR path in life
Do you continue to be unhappy, mean, jealous and maybe even corrupt? Or, do you lead a happy life with peace of mind and contentment? THE CHOICES YOU MAKE set your path in life.
For example, if you allow yourself to be friends with or be influenced by those who lie, cheat, steal and do other corrupt, immoral acts; it is only natural that you will act like them and adapt those ways.
Instead, why not choose to be strong and find new friends who are CONSISTENTLY kind, honest and caring and would never INTENTIONALLY try to harm someone? They would try to help those being harmed. It is reasonable to associate with this type of person with honest values and strong, respectable character.
Thus, as we approach Mother’s Day; if children, especially adult children CHOOSE to associate with those who lie, cheat and steal and are disrespectful; that is their prerogative. They are adults and can chose the life THEY want to live. If they want to do things to harm their body and harm other people; they will suffer.
***But, you do not have to suffer with them by letting yourself be pulled down by them.
As as an adult, it is YOUR prerogative to CHOOSE whether you want to associate with those who lie, cheat and steal and are disrespectful; regardless of who they are; whether they are your family or not.
For me it is a very easy decision; I cannot associate with those who lie, cheat and steal and are disrespectful because this behavior literally makes me sick as I tend to get seizures from the aggravation. This is how my body reacts. I guess I am very lucky because my body directs me to the honest and kind people.
So, decide how you want to be and then make the choices to help yourself become that person.
Your choices or your lack of choices, which is a choice to do nothing and standby and allow corruption; will determine if you are a strong, happy, content, honest and moral person or the opposite.
Remember, you are not what happened to you; you are what you CHOOSE to become. So make wise choices and only listen to those you respect and treat you kindly all of the time and get away from the others. You can be happy, honest and kind if you want to by associating with people like that and adapting those behaviors yourself.
As always, none of this is legal advice or advice of any kind, just based on my knowledge and experiences.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions; Founder;www.PAlienation.org