Do you feel like you have changed? Do you suddenly feel like yourself, but also feel a sudden shift in your perspective and attitude? Do the people around you tell you they feel like you have changed a lot recently?
These changes might feel uncomfortable, and might even be shunned by those around you, but change isn’t always a bad thing. You may even feel like you’re growing in confidence every single year–in your ideas, resolve and perseverance.
All of the changes, shifts in mood, and a renewed sense of self all point towards one thing: you are slowly becoming your best version.
We all go through trials and tribulations in life. They make us stronger in ways we might have never even imagined before. They make us self-reliant, both financially and emotionally, and help us grow–this is how our personalities evolve for the better. Do you also wish to grow into the best version of yourself? Here’s how you can do just that:
You Are Never Afraid Of Being On Your Own
After pleasing people and your loved ones for your whole life and living on others’ terms, you are finding your own company better than people who put you down and are of a toxic nature. You slowly begin to understand what you need to do to be truly happy and start working towards your goals in life.
Resolve Your Issues
After having expectations from others, you slowly realize that it might be wise to manage your expectations. You begin working on your issues in life, come to terms with ground realities, and create a plan on how you can work it out on your own.
We all have a new struggle every day, but staying happy despite the ups and downs in life is true maturity, and therein lies true contentment.
Acknowledge Your Shortcomings
We all have our flaws, and considering oneself to be the epitome of perfection is where our growth gets stunted. In order to truly grow, identify your weak spots and tackle them one after the other. Make peace with your flaws and shortcomings, and commit to working on your strengths to compensate for the places where you lack. After all, we can never be perfect, and the beauty of growth lies in making peace with our limitations.