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🚪When Illness Comes Knocking, Beware of Unpredictable Behavior🚪


Just because someone appears to be exhibiting out of character behaviors when they are sick, doesn’t mean that they are not responsible for their actions or that they can’t control themselves any longer. In fact, the opposite may be true; sometimes the stress of being sick and in pain takes people outside of their comfort zones and they seek out outlets to relieve stress and anxiety (often in ways that are negative). For medical professionals and caregivers, it’s critical to recognize the warning signs of behaviors gone rogue and take proactive steps to protect others from harm.

Mental Health
It’s not uncommon for the symptoms of an illness to make people behave in uncharacteristically out-of-character ways. The unpredictability can be attributed to a number of factors, including the severity and type of illness, as well as the person’s coping skills.
But it can also be due to something called somatization disorder. This is when a person experiences physical pain or discomfort but does not have any underlying medical explanation for it. They will often misattribute the symptom to another condition they are aware of, like irritable bowel syndrome or depression.
This may sound like the opposite of hypochondria– someone who imagines their health problems are worse than they really are– but there are some subtle differences between the two conditions.

Bipolar Disorder
A mood disorder in which the person’s moods swings from periods of over-excitement (mania) or irritability (depression) to periods of sadness and low energy.
Mood swings can be severe, with rapid changes to emotional states that may last only hours or days. These changes are often unpredictable, and may result in a person’s temperament and personality changing dramatically.
The symptoms affect a person’s thoughts and feelings as well as their physical state. An episode is also likely to have a noticeable impact on how they act and interact with others. Bipolar Disorder has some common warning signs including difficulty sleeping, restlessness, talking excessively, racing thoughts, high levels of creativity and impulsiveness. Although there is no cure for this illness it can be managed with medication if diagnosed early enough.

Personality Disorders
Some personality disorders are linked to mental illnesses that can cause severe out of character behavior. A person with bipolar disorder may act impulsively or unpredictably when manic, while someone with paranoid personality disorder might become aggressive and irrational as they worry about things that others would find trivial. It’s important to be aware that people experiencing a mental health crisis may not always make rational decisions or know what they’re doing. Talk to them calmly and offer help if you think it’s needed. Give space and provide care without asking too many questions. If the person doesn’t want to talk about what’s going on, don’t press for information—just be there for them instead. Offer the person coping skills like meditation or deep breathing exercises so they have some tools at their disposal to use when feeling overwhelmed by their emotions.

Drug Addiction
People who suffer from drug addiction are susceptible to many different types of behavior. If they are not in the middle of an episode, they may be a completely different person. They may seem friendly and outgoing but when they need their next fix, they will become aggressive and demanding. Drug addiction is hard to control because there is always that craving for the drug. People who have this addiction will try anything to get more drugs and it usually ends up being something illegal like robbery or breaking and entering. It can lead to jail time, family problems and financial problems. Alcoholism: Alcoholism also causes unpredictable out of character behavior because alcohol affects people differently. It makes some people mellow while others act out aggressively with violent tendencies.

What Can We Do to Help?
If you’re a caregiver and need to step back for a while, it’s important to have an open dialogue with your loved one. Let them know what’s going on, that you care about their feelings and that they’re not alone. Ask them if they would like help coming up with a plan for when you’re not around. It can be as simple as providing a list of friends or family members they might contact in the event they need assistance or calling ahead to let the pharmacy know how many prescriptions are needed each week. You can also explore different living arrangements such as assisted living facilities or nursing homes, both before and after there is an emergency situation where these are necessary. Knowing how much time you will be absent will make all these arrangements easier. For example, deciding whether someone needs more care now so you don’t have to rush finding something later. When choosing between alternative living arrangements, always think about what would best suit your loved one’s needs now and in the future (i.e., having access to medical care).

Mental Health Awareness
Anxiety and depression are a common occurrence in people with chronic illness. When the person is already struggling to deal with their physical pain, it can be hard for them to have a panic attack when they are struggling to cope. The mind becomes the enemy when they cannot control what is happening. Their thoughts become their worst enemies which causes an irrational fear that something bad will happen if they don’t take action.
A lot of these behaviors are often dismissed as childish or immature but this is not the case. Mental health issues should not be ignored and should not be used as an excuse to stop treatment. Educating oneself on symptoms and treatments can help reduce the stigma that surrounds mental illnesses. There are so many factors that go into mental health including genetics, medication side effects, chronic stressors such as finances, relationships and other illnesses. There is no one size fits all answer for mental health disorders.

Mental illness is a battle that can alter behavior. The nature of behavior can impact those we love. Even though one’s behavior is a mental illness state, it’s not always excusable. However, it’s important to know it is an illness. Sometimes being out of character can’t be controlled. But the help available can prevent future effects on others.

Until our beautiful minds meet again. Be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter 🦋 – Della 🦋

💔Relationship between Psychology and Mental Health – It doesn’t have to be Complicated 💔

Pyschology and Mental Health
Psychological effects of Mental Health. Photo by elifskies on Pexels.com

Have you ever thought about the relationship between psychology and mental health? Psychology has a long history of being a discipline that addresses the mind, but it’s only recently that mental health and psychology have started to intersect.

When we talk about mental health and psychology, it’s important to remember that this is not a new concept. We’ve been talking about our mental health since the 19th century—we just didn’t have the right words for it! But as we’ve discovered more about ourselves and learned how our minds work, we’ve come to realize that there are many ways that we can improve our mental well-being.

Psychology is a field devoted to understanding the workings of the human mind. It uses behavioral science techniques like observation and experimentation to gather information about people’s thoughts, feelings, beliefs, attitudes, values and behaviors (among other things). Psychologists try to understand how those things relate to one another and how they influence an individual’s mood or behavior.

In recent years, psychologists have begun looking at how these same factors affect someone’s mental health. They use this knowledge to help individuals who struggle with anxiety or depression or other forms of emotional distress.

The relationship between mental health and psychology is a complicated one. On the one hand, there are a handful of factors that can be used to predict who will develop mental health problems: being female, having a family history of mental illness, having a low income, and so on. On the other hand, what we actually mean by “mental health” is subjective and varies from person to person. And even when we look at things like “general mental well-being,” it’s not clear whether that metric should be applied universally or only within certain populations—like young people with learning disabilities or older adults looking for new hobbies.

So what does all this mean? Well, if you’re trying to figure out if someone has problems with their mental health, you have to take into account all sorts of different factors—and no one factor can be considered more important than any other.

The psychology of mental health is a very complex subject. There are many factors that can contribute to someone having a mental disorder, and even more that can be involved in the treatment of these disorders.

In order to understand how psychology relates to mental health, it is important to first understand what psychology is. Psychology is the study of behavior, thought, and emotion. It includes not only the scientific study of these things but also their biological basis. Psychology also encompasses the social application of these theories so that they can be applied in everyday life.

Understanding how certain psychological factors may cause someone’s mental health issues can help them get better faster while they are still able to receive treatment. Options such as counseling or medication therapy, which everyone may differ due to chemical makeup are not the same for each individual.

Mental health and psychology is an important topic that should be discussed in every home. Mental health is one of the most important things in life, and it is important that you are aware of your own mental state. If you are having trouble with your mental health, then you should seek help from a professional.

Mental health can be defined as “the state of someone’s mind or emotions, especially when they are functioning well rather than being mentally unwell”. It can also include the ability to think clearly, process information and make decisions.

Mental health issues can affect anyone at any age, race or gender. There are many different types of mental health problems including depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. In order to prevent these issues from occurring in the future it is important that families understand what these issues mean and how they affect people around them through their actions and words spoken aloud.”

The relationship between mental health and psychology is an interesting one, because they are both so closely related. The two fields are both concerned with the study of human behavior, but they have different goals. Psychology is focused on understanding what drives people to act in certain ways, while mental health is focused on helping people who are experiencing problems deal with those issues.

While both fields are important, it’s important to remember that there isn’t a one-to-one relationship between mental health and psychology. Some psychologists may specialize in treating mental illness, but others do not work directly with clients suffering from these conditions.

Mental health is a state of well-being, in which an individual realizes his or her own capabilities and seeks to use them for personal fulfillment. Mental health problems are diagnosed when an individual has either a clinically diagnosable mental disorder or symptoms that cause significant impairment in various life activities.

Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Psychologists try to understand the mind and behavior by studying both the individual and their environment, using scientific methods such as observation, experimentation, and measurement. A psychologist’s job may include researching human behavior at work or at home, designing programs to help people change their behavior, training professionals in how to treat or manage people with psychological conditions such as depression and anxiety attacks, designing programs to help children learn new skills (such as reading), testing new drugs that treat mental illnesses such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, or working with animals (such as dolphins) to learn more about human emotions and behavior.

Understanding that psychology is the way of thinking. Mental health is the state of mind and well- being. The ability to connect the two are fundamentals of mental health. Finding the connection can be interesting. Psychology and mental health share fascinating facts and knowledge.

Until our beautiful minds meet again. Be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember. Everyday Minds Matter – Della💞





Large snowflakes fell, leaving conditions dangerous and unpredictable.  Harsh temperatures stung across those faces who challenged travel. Invisible to the eye, frozen or numbness, warned – burning sensation discolored red tint covering the exposed skin – .  Darkness revealed by a rare street light or local plow truck on occasion.  

 A middle age man, stiff, weakened, heavy footed- stumbled to the snow covered pavement.  Weighed down by heavy damp clothes, the only warmth, the man had available.  Conditions caused numbness of hypothermia, added confusion-weaken, unstable; held a weathered look to the man.  A bitter pain; ached through the bones on a stable structured frame. Drips of snow latched to the hairs of an frozen mustache.  Determined, to find warmth through the cold, damp to wet clothing, bitterness-  bright headlights stared the eyes, who’s vision overlapped. A young voice called out, as the truck engine silenced the voice. The man tried to move quickly perhaps but lacked motion.. Response slow to flow, a hand signal to motion – delayed by impaired mobility.  Not a word could be muttered, not an eye could blink. A man who lost direction and time – clearly lost.  Mile after mile of fighting bitter cold weather was unknown.. Fragile – defeated, crippled the once-such strong physic man.  Suddenly falling to the snow, unconscious, surrender to defeat.   

A young women hollered and screamed, watching the man collapse before her.  Driving to rescue the man seemed like eternity, slippery conditions reduced time to reach the man.  Unsure of health conditions or how to get him into the truck- was heart wrenching.  Approaching the man, without hesitation. – “Are you okay, sir”? No response after three times. Tears began to freeze on her face, crying with fear in the worst.   She could not budge the weight to assist helping him in the truck.  “Sir, I’m Kaylee, I need you to help me help you”. Begging and pleading, desperately needing a miracle. In the bitter whist of air, somehow the man began to move.  Assisting with guidance, weathered – fragile, Kaylee positioned the seat resting to accommodate the man.  Unable to call for help,  Kaylee hoped the heat would warm them, as they drove off to the local hospital.  No exchanged conversation- or attempt. Scared for what could be, Kaylee continued to pray and seeking answers in her own thoughts.

Arriving at the hospital, through the glass rotating doors, Kaylee began to call out to medical staff.  “please help me, please”!  Unconscious the man was in poor conditions – medical staff began to question Kaylee about the so called “weathered” man – no identity, no information on his presence.  Kaylee hoped to recall the location she discovered the man. With possible hope to give clues to unanswered questions.  A man who could not speak, had no wallet or belongings.  Only a body and faced conditioned – “weathered”. 

Dr. Frank was the first physician to begin medical procedures to ensure safety and health concerns of a “weathered” man.  Dr. Frank examined the man cautious to speak with no name or identity, “shall we offer a name for this man, William Weathered”?  Please by medical staff, for security and medical purposes William Weathered had a temporary identity.

Hours later, hospital staff began to questioning the search for relation that could identify William.  To start the process security would have to be on guard around the clock.  Everyone prayed for answers as the word spread quickly about an unidentified man known as William Weathered.

News reporters and community members flooded the lobby and outside streets of the hospital.  No information was provided for security reasons other than a possible location Kaylee provided.  As William remained unconscious, Kaylee  visit the man she was able to help, daily.  Dr. Frank would give Kaylee medical updates.  William had stayed in the coma unconscious for several days. 

Day after day no response Dr. Frank proceeded to further examine William. His health was remarkable considering his state on arrival. Hypothermia must have cause a stroke that induced a coma. Dr. Frank had wondered if he could have been a traveler or from out of town. Not one person had any information that could help find relation to William.  Kaylee would sit for hours talking to William, reading reports of people who were lost or missing out loud to William.  Local  members found it unusual for Kaylee to spend so much time tending to an unknown stranger. 

Kaylee told staff members everyday is Williams birthday.  A celebration of his life since it’s unknown. Decorating the room, buying gifts and conversation with William, made a 32 year old women feel hope he could wake one day. 

Even doctor Frank had other specialist try to better understand how severe hypothermia, well William was a miracle to be alive.  Trying to piece the puzzle, Dr. Frank told Kaylee there isn’t any answers.  A man who has lived weeks, and months with hypothermia is rare. Afraid of Kaylee being disappointed for days to come, he advised her to take time away from visiting.  Tear filled eyes, Kaylee was discouraged and pleased to visit William daily.   Her heart was full, dedicated and determined for William to recover one day. 

As the days passed Kaylee read stories as she researched possible cases of missing person reports.  It had be 18 weeks and not one person came to identify William. No phone calls or even person questing his identity. 

A nurse came in the room, watching as Kaylee routinely made sure William was well tended to.  “Hey Kaylee”, the nurse said.  Turning to the nurse, she noticed Kaylee in tears.  “Oh dear, what’s  the matter”?  Sobbing with words unclear, Kaylee said “ this could be my father”.

The nurse confused, Kaylee continued.

My grandmother took care of me, while my father worked on big aircraft.  Most days he would work long hours so he would just stay at the job. Later as I was older I understand he was overseas or far away with work. My father was a military man of many years. I was 10, when my father stopped calling. My grandmother said he must be really busy, she was sure he would call very soon.  I missed hearing his voice, I really missed him everyday.  My mother ran off when I was a baby, so my grandmother did her best to raise me..   Now my grandmother is much older on occasion we talk about my father. Grandma always holds that little piece of hope, that he will call one day.  She says he should call one more time before she leaves this earth.  Maybe she has taught me to hold on over all these years.  William reminded me of my father, if he had got lost or hurt I pray someone showed up just in time. 

Listening to Kaylee’s heartfelt story. The nurse asked Kaylee if her grandmother knows about William and what’s her thoughts?  Kaylee smiled and says, if grandma heard his voice she would know if he’s my father.. 

Tears continued to fall as they continued conversation.  William laid peacefully as he did while Kaylee talked regular.  

Kaylee went to the bedside, placed her hands on the hand of Williams.  She said, William you are my hope as a young women that my father is out there in this world looking for me and grandma.  “please William say something”.  As grandma would know you were her son or not.  Kaylee felt Williams hand begin to warm, unaware of just a notion of hope. The nurse said his vitals increased and his heart rate elevated.   Dr. Frank was called immediately to examine the cause.  Abruptly questioning what occurred. Explained conversation, Dr. Frank said it’s common for theses cases where nervous tend to spasm.  Kaylee felt discouraged as the doctor expressed his opinion.  Not wanting to leave, Kaylee went home for the evening.

Kaylee had some errands to run before visiting William so she was off routine this once.  Arriving to the room, Williams room was empty. Kaylee screamed and started to feel a panic attacks rising.  Someone help me, where is he? No one called me, it’s not fair, Kaylee continued.   Everyone was silent not a word, no answers or information.  Kaylee began to call for Dr. Frank, nurses seemed unresponsive.

Tell me why isn’t anyone communicating with me? I have spent 8 months with William, tell me something. Heartbroken- Kaylee made a call to grandma. He’s not here, grandma.  Not one person will talk to me. What is happening?  Screams continued as Kaylee begged for answers.  Medical staff run to grab Kaylee and tie her down.  The madness continued as Kaylee plead to know where William was take to.

 Dr. Swak held Kaylee’s  arm while injecting her with Lithium.  Give her 10 minutes and she will be fine.  A women arrived asking for Kaylee’s room, insisting it was urgent.  Nurses informed the women Kaylee was being seen by the doctor, she could see Kaylee in 20 minutes.  Cried and screamed continued from Kaylee leaving staff silenced.  The women sat patiently as directed waiting to see Kaylee. 

Time for you to see Kaylee a nurse spoke.  Arriving to the room Kaylee was exhausted from another day of mental madness.  “ Hey honey, it’s mom”.  The women spoke for sometime, Kaylee starred with glazed eyes, half placed in the bed strapped down.  Kaylee when will you give up?  You will not be able to come home if you continue this non sense. 

The night nurse peaked in the door, how is she,? asked the nurse.  A few more hours and she should come too.  Every lithium shot takes her out for awhile, but it shall pass.  If she can only except the truth he’s to coming home, these days would fade.  I guess being a little girl losing her father isn’t easy. 23 year and her life has been hell.  Her mind has taken her to mental madness that has no remorse. The epic attacks are heart breaking, Dr. Swah says she might realize the truth one day.   

The nurse says if you need anything let us know.  The women smiled sitting with Kaylee. Nurse, one more thing.

“What room did they move William too”?

“Could you please let him know his mom is here”?

Mental health is serious. This is just a story I wrote to share the effects of life events. Mental challenges may seem unrealistic but truth is, it’s a struggle for alit of people. Our minds are a powerful tool that we must maintain daily. If we allow the work to over power us, the struggles are real. If you need professional help please seek immediately. Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there. Much love and blessings. Remember Everyday Mind’s Matter 🦋

– Della🦋


🌳Behavior Triggered by Others Actions

When you see your behavior as a reaction to other people’s actions, it can help you handle the situation differently. This is because it shifts your focus away from trying to control their behavior, which you have no power over. Instead, take time to think about what they might be doing with their behavior and what this means for you.

It’s important to remember that even though we may not always have control over another person’s actions, we do always have control over our own responses and behaviors. If someone else makes a decision that affects us negatively (for example by leaving us without adequate notice), then we need to let go of any expectations that they should behave differently in the future so that we don’t continue feeling upset about it or blaming them for how we feel now or in the future.


The next area of human behavior we examine is emotions. Emotions are the result of our thinking and experiences, but they can also be incredibly helpful in guiding us to make decisions that benefit us or others.

Emotions are a part of human behavior and can be positive or negative. They can help us make better decisions by helping us to see things from a different perspective and allow ourselves room for change as well as growth.

Thoughts, beliefs and assumptions

Your thoughts, beliefs and assumptions are the foundation for your behavior. You will want to be able to recognize when they are not helpful and change them so that you can be more effective in managing your behavior.

Some examples of a thought: “I’m going to lose my job.”

A belief: “If I get fired again it’s because I’m not good enough.”

An assumption: If I do not have a job then my family will suffer financially.

When we say something like “I am going to lose my job” we make an assumption based on what we think someone else might say if they were aware of our thoughts. We create this story about ourselves that often makes us feel powerless and out of control over the situation – which can lead us into feelings such as frustration or anger towards others (i.e., blaming).

Triggers behind your actions

Triggers are the reason behind your actions. They can be positive or negative.

The positive triggers are what pushes you to do things, such as when a friend asks you to go out to eat and you feel excited about it. The negative triggers are what makes you want to avoid doing things, such as when someone says they don’t want to hang out with you and it makes you feel sad or angry.

When identifying your triggers, ask yourself: “What led me here?” or “What was going through my mind at that time?” This will help determine what is causing these feelings so they can then be changed!

How can I change my trigger? If something happens that causes negative emotions in me (like feeling sad), maybe try talking about it with someone I trust instead of avoiding them like I usually do! That way we both get some support from the other person instead of just one person feeling bad about themselves because their plans have been cancelled due to their own behavior patterns!”


Commitment is the spark that lights the fire of change. The more a person is committed to an outcome, the more likely he or she will achieve it. If you want to make significant changes in your life, you need to make a significant commitment along with it.

You can’t expect one small leap forward after another to have any lasting impact on your life; however, if you are going big or going home (or both), these small leaps will add up over time and transform into something much bigger than they seem at first glance.

This applies not only to behavioral changes but also new habits as well—if you want your new habit of flossing every night at bedtime become ingrained in your routine (and ultimately part of who you are), then it’s time for some serious commitment action!

Commitments come in all sizes: some are smaller commitments like “I’m going go running tomorrow morning,” while others are larger commitments such as “I will lose 20 pounds by my 30th birthday.”

To change your behavior you must first understand it better.

The first step to changing your behavior is to understand it better. You must understand that behavior is a response to a trigger. It is not something that happens randomly or without reason, but rather it occurs because of some sort of stimulus in your environment or life. The second thing you must know before changing your behavior is that all positive changes start with motivation and commitment. If you are not willing to commit yourself fully and completely then nothing will ever change in any way shape or form!

Behavior and action, have thought us the triggers are caused by emotions, actions, and behavior. To make change its important to understand the reason of behavior. The more we understand the cause of behavior, known as the triggers, we are able to respond differently. Emotions can result to behaviors to others actions. Knowing how to stop poor behavior will reduce emotional response. Be committed to understanding triggers, so you can manage behavior and actions. Allowing the natural abilities to help reduce unpredictable actions..

Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there, blessings and much love. Remember, Everyday Mind’s Matter 🦋

🗄An Army of One – Learning To Be Your Own Best friend

Army of One
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Stressed, tired, feeling unbalanced, weak, and unpredictable at the moment? Your not alone, we all have faced troubling, soul shaking tragedy in this lifetime. How you faced the world day in, day out – you did one day at a time. When two feet give you direction, life challenges- two feet for balance and it’s body and mind – Life. Life challenged your faith, lost hope, one foot on the edge, one foot burning in pain… to make the next move, one finger on the ledge, determined to be focused manage to pull grip – climbed up – one grip at a time. The defeat; a beat and fragile body, unsure the consequences of one more pull and grip? Extreme pain rips beyond every fiber throughout your body. Sweat rolls off your eyebrow, yet you can’t do anything about it, unless you choose to fall.. Life’s ledge and edges aren’t designed with great effort. Life edges are sharp with deep rugged roads From beneath the breathe, a force of strength comes alive. Courage, fire, and fearless, emerged from an inner voice, “you got this”. A voice that determines the result of the next step, grip, and result to Life. That one friend who nearly everytime, will save your ass? You got it! “Your mind”!

We all go through hard times in life and face many challenges that can leave us feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and unsure of how to cope. But we don’t have to give up – with the right mindset and focus we can push through the difficult moments. Life is like a ledge or edge – it can be sharp, deep and rugged at times. We might find ourselves teetering on the edge with one foot burning in pain and uncertain of what the consequences will be if we take the next step forward. At times like this, courage and strength emerge from within as an inner voice encourages us to keep going and assures us “you got this”. This voice is often our greatest friend – it helps save our lives when everything else fails. That ‘inner friend’ is our mind! It’s crucial to tap into our mental resilience when things get tough so that we can focus on the solution rather than the problem and make it through difficult moments unscathed. Though life may seem unpredictable, uncertain and challenging at times, if we hold onto our mental strength and focus on the positive then we will eventually pull ourselves back up, one grip at a time.

Often we think of ourselves as singular beings – one body, one mind. But the truth is that our body and mind are deeply interconnected and rely on each other for balance and wellbeing. The relationship between the two is so important that we must fight to protect it throughout our lives. When faced with darkness in life, we may sometimes be tempted to wash away what we see in the mirror and deny our true self concept. In these moments, it’s crucial to pause and reflect: how am I feeling? What emotions am I experiencing? Do I feel balanced on an axel like an army of one, or twisted, tilted and tested? Only when we accept and understand both the body and mind are in harmony .

It’s good to sit and chill. Take a minute and embrace the moment. You can learn so much in such short time. Encourage routine, a simple smile can circulate for miles. If you catch a smile, it cycled properly, smile again it’s working.😁

Relationships or Friendships

Your mind is not just a friend. Your mind is the master to all commands. Every step of the day, every breath, and creation body and soul. Conflict within can or will take your mind to dark negative places. Your self-concept – friend has only one need, “Balance”. You must work well to compromise in life as best friends. To overcome emotional, physical, and mental challenges – become an army of one. – Body and mind – That one best friend that has strength, and energy to overcome, One mind and one body – an Army of One. Positive energy will generate healthy habits.

Of course we have outside influences of individual known as friends. The outer friends can offer happiness to life, new friends share influences to our personal space. To allow friends into our recruiting lounge, being open minded is needed. Determine the influences and requirements to establish friendship. How does each friend influence your army? Positive energy or negative energy? When energies connect the influences combine forming the friendship. Friendships require us to maintain our self concept army on a regular basis. Once the alignment pulls away, unwelcomed habits form and bad habits become normal. Influences are sought by the energy of environment and relationships.

Bitter “Truth” a separation of body and mind; is destruction waiting to happen. The one relationship you must fight for your entire journey in life – becoming an Army of One. When your eyes went dark, you washed them off,.. looking in the mirror that moment, glancing at yourself: what did you see? what did you say? What do you have to say to your self concept – best friend? What emotions are you feeling? Are you balanced on axel as an Army of One? Or twisted, tilted, and tested?

If you journal release some self-concept energy to yourself. How will you handle a situation you might be dealing with now? Write a journal entry to yourself. What issues are you aware of that are disconnecting your body and mind? If you like please feel free to use comments to share thoughts and offer feedback.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many Blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter!🤗


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