Treatment

Treatment

It is a therapy on its own
Straight to the 3 steps

  • telling
  • forgiving
  • healing
  • telling(show the truth about a situation) Tell someone that you hurt,where you hurt and how it hurts.
    Accept that you hurt and it needs treatment
    Take accounting
    Do not blame yourself
    It happened,you experienced it
    It’s now time to dust up.
    Open up and pour out every single feeling of pain, disgust,shame, guilt.
    Let it all out because it clearly has no space inside you.
    There is nothing to be ashamed of,it’s actually something to be proud of.
    Remember the more you tell,you are searching for that bruise so it does not end up being a scar.
    Sometimes you may feel like you are getting more wounded in the searching buy trust the process,it is helping. 2- ##forgiving
    -what is forgiveness (conscious and deliberate decision to release feelings of resentment regarding a particular offense.
    Forgiving does not mean forgetting, rather it means letting go of the pain.
  • You need to first forgive yourself.
    You are not the cause of your pain
    But you have the power to let it go (release that negative emotion)
    You can obviously not control how other people treat you
    But you can choose how to respond.
    You deserve the peace that comes with it.
    Get a grip of it

3 – ##healing
Healing is a form of restoration feeling better again.
Tips for emotional healing
+be yourself
+Love yourself

  • forget the past.
    Turn on the lights
    You have had the elasticity to go through the first, second and now you are on to the third one.
    It should not be a walk in the park
    But you are certainly going to ace it.
    It is the only proof to show that you are no longer bitter
    Do not do it for other people rather Do it for yourself. This is personal ,you need to experience the peace for yourself.
    Look at yourself in the mirror “60 seconds a test”
    Remind yourself who you are.
    Give yourself roses and chocolates and make those promises to yourself.
    Tell yourself **positive **things
    I tell myself
  • Iam strong and capable
  • Iam seeing improvements and Iam grateful for them.
  • I choose to let go of any pain for my own sake.
    There you go,now pack all this joy and light up a light.
    See you can lift so much more weight than you could imagine.

Until next time
Keep it #positivityalltheway

I’m positive not perfect.

I’m **Positive **not Perfect
So I do have bad days
Days that I feel bad about myself
Days that I look in the mirror and I dont see the beauty that I’m gifted with
Days when I want to stay in bed all day
Days when I do not want to see or speak to anyone
But this days are actually normal to every human
We all feel under the weather at times and sometimes people around you understand and give you some space.
Just be careful that you do not prolong it.dont make it a habit.
Do not let it interfere with your routine.
This are the days when I have so much content.
Its overwhelming how much I write on my bad days than on my good days.
Yes emotions are more,feelings,frustrations and there all types of thoughts come in.
Choosing to write is the **positive **
But writing is not everybody’s cup of tea..so there comes in alot of hobbies and interests reading,exercising, singing,worshipping,swimming,hiking.
Whoosh!!!something just came to mind……how you deal with these days when you have a partner (a spouse or someone you are dating)
I’ll share it on my next blog

Keep it **#positivityalltheway **

Communication :introduction

Cmmunication is essentially the exchange or sharing of information on a variety of issues/topics.

It is a deliberate process therefore is not complete without feedback.

Communication is very important and it helps alot.

It helps humans understand each other instead of assuming,stereotyping and jumping into conclusions.

Im so enthusuastic about Communication because it helps us build meaningful positive relationships.
These relationships
Helps us meet our social and physical needs.
We need each other just like we need food and shelter.
When we communicate we satisfy our needs for inclusion, control and affection.
People have ample chances to influence each other.
I take this chance to influence you positively.

Keep it #positivityalltheway

Acceptance

And now I finally realise
That I’m the one with the problem

Looking at it from a positive outlook

Iam always emotionally and physically available for people who are important to me,
“I.e my family,friends,the men I date.”that’s something I do not regret.
Realising that I am the one with the problem means that I know myself as a very emotional person and have learnt some lessons that are going to help me through working through my relationships.It may not work for everyone but it sure does for me.
Here are my 3 lessons
Let’s call them the ♡Treesh lessons♡
HUMANS ARE RIDICULOUS
BE KIND ALWAYS
WE ALL HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY

HUMANS ARE RIDICULOUS
all these people are human and humans are ridiculous creatures.
Saying they are ridiculous means I should never take them too seriously. There should be limits when it comes to the support I offer to them.

BE KIND ALWAYS!
Yes it is a positive gesture to be there for them because they matter and doing good things and nice gestures to people you love is actually very fulfilling,
but it is important to be a bit selfish
Put yourself first,do not be too dependant on them that you feel that you owe them.
once you feel that way you feel entitled to suffering for them and most of the time they take advantage of it…when that happens you’re left vulnerable and that’s why you end up being hurt every time your actions and feelings are not reciprocated..
And finally you end up consoling yourself when you are hurt,that at least you did your best,loved your best and was present at your best,not keeping in mind that you are numbing your pain.
Pain is to be felt,I think it’s the best way to recover and move on.
So when they disappoint me,
I go back to the mirror do the 60 secs test remind myself who Iam
See the people for who they are,
Accept that they disappointed you
Feel the pain
Tell yourself that you know better now.
And of course remind yourself that **humans are ridiculous **
Cry or laugh about it..whichever that makes you feel the pain.

WE ALL HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY
We are here to co-exist
You are who you are for a reason, so are other people you interact with.
When you are in a relationship with someone either friendship or romantic relationship,Both parties have a role to play.
Nobody likes being alone.the people who do, have created a secure world around themselves.
(In terms of relationships
Once you have been in a couple of relationships and they all almost end up the same way.Hurtful and disappointing)
With less disappointments and doing constant things that keep them engaged so they do not feel like they lack something in life.
On the positive outlook,we should be open minded.
Get into relationships with a purpose”like a contract” and not because you are lonely.being alone does not mean you are lonely
Once such a relationship fails
You can easily embrace the fact that it had a beginning and an end.Though it gets harder to let go once you’ve connected with someone,opened up and shared alot with the person.
But look at it from this angle,
If a person begins to withdraw emotionally and you realise he stops showing you the affection as he/she did before,the best thing is to talk about it.at least that’s what I do if I want to work things out.Keep in mind the feeling should be mutual.
If you are the only one who wants to work things out,then that relationship may not be worth fighting for.

I’m here to talk about how you get up and start a fresh
Freeing yourself from mental slavery means you are not going to hurt to a point of depression when you can work through it and come out stronger and wiser.

Then open to the next chapter of life,
Live it,wiser and more focused

Positivityalltheway

Patricia a.k.a Trishsylver is a young ambitious lady passionate about communication
I write to communicate.I communicate positive information,encourage,inspire and empower people to view all situations in life from a positive perspective.
Trish likes to share her experiences and interact with people from different backgrounds with different experiences.
Basically I learn from my surrounding.
Growth is a fundamental aspect of life and learning allows the atmosphere of growth.
I also encourage self love,it influences alot in our surrounding.
Join me and lets communicate,interact and build meaningful positive relationships.

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