There is such a thing as keeping the wrong company. There are good people who get caught up with people they put their faith in who don’t care for them, who believe they have their back. Those are the people they believe will change for the better even though others are telling them they won’t.
Perhaps we’re afraid to be alone that we subconsciously know others are right, but admitting they’re right means we will have to come to terms with our life and that means having to come out of our comfort zone. If those we’re with with aren’t good for us, we mustn’t be afraid to walk away. No matter how hard it is, it’s better than being in the wrong company.
It’s important we choose the kind of people we want in our life, because those people will play a small part in shaping our daily lives. We need people who will have our backs and who can help us achieve our goals. Knowing someone’s personality, can prevent us from ever starting to keep the wrong company.
Those relationships where we’re in the wrong company can cause us stress and keep us emotionally stuck. Depending on their lifestyle, keeping the wrong company can be detrimental to our emotional and physical health, particularly if those we’re keeping company with are dabbling in substance abuse.
It’s important we continue to work on our emotional and physical health as we journey through our lives, therefore we must choose to keep the right company. Being surrounded by positive people who are kind is nourishing to the soul.