I believe that when we fail to own even a piece of our life, we begin to hurt others, then we find ten reasons to justify our reasoning.
Although my behaviour was a result of neglect, as a child I never understood that my behaviour was creating a void. In our lifetime we create our own platform, we cut out our own characters and as well as creating our fortunes, we also create our own misery too. When we begin to own our life, we begin to take charge.
In my formative years, underneath the exterior façade, was a child desperately looking for emotional support. Unfortunately, when we’re not happy with ourselves, we relinquish responsibility and then spend a lifetime blaming others for our misery.
In my own case I become self-taught and it’s that which allows me to dictate and make my own rules. Together with my spiritual beliefs, they have given me the biggest platform from which to work.
The bottom line is that it really doesn’t matter what we deal with or where we come from, or what demons are hidden in the closet, we’re all responsible for our own behaviour and what we put out there. We call the shots.
We must decide to make our life work for us. A little piece, if not all of it.