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13 Signs You’re In A Toxic Relationship And It’s Ruining Your Life

Posted on March 11th, 2017 in Moore Expression,Open Discussion by tonia moore

13 Signs You’re In A Toxic Relationship And It’s Ruining Your Life

It’s hard to see what’s best for yourself when you’re invested in a relationship. It’s not always easy to remember who you are and what you want.

You can start to lose yourself and forget to make yourself and your happiness a priority.

There is a lot of sh*t we put up with because the pain certain relationships bring us is less intimidating than the pain of letting go of the person you love.

There’s nothing wrong with admitting a relationship has run its course. Even if you can’t conceptualize your life without that person, with time and distance, you’ll be able to see the relationship for what it was: toxic as hell.

1. Passive aggression
The whole “I hate it when you do that, but I’m just gonna keep it to myself and throw you shady little side glances” thing is unnecessary.
Once you’re not comfortable being direct with your SO, you’ve lost that bond on which your relationship was initially built.

2. Jealousy and the blame game
We’re all only human, so jealousy will happen on some level. But, excessive jealousy is never okay. If you don’t have trust in a relationship, you literally have nothing worth holding on to.

3. Criticism and contempt
No one is perfect, and the closer you become with someone, the more conspicuous his or her imperfections will become. There is nothing wrong with criticism that comes from a positive place.

When criticism is used as a channel to express contempt or disdain for someone else, it can make the other person feel unvalued and worthless. It’s hard for a relationship to come back from that.

4. Arguing without communicating
We all know that yelling over each other won’t get you anywhere.
It’s natural to get upset and argue, but if there’s no exchange of communication and neither party conveys why he or she feels how he or she does, nothing will be solved.

5. Negative energy
Feeling uncomfortable or tense around someone is just your body reacting to the negative energy surrounding the two of you.
Negativity can drain you mentally, physically and emotionally. We’re forced to deal with this stuff, but your SO should be a reprieve from that type of stress.

6. Avoiding each other
At the bare minimum, you should be able to tolerate your SO’s presence. If you can’t even bring yourself to be around him or her, you should really just call it quits.

7. You’re not yourself
Change will happen regardless. When you’re in a relationship, even if you both change, you should be going in the same direction.
If your relationship changes you, it should only make you a better version of yourself. If you feel like you’re losing yourself or you don’t recognize who you are anymore, it’s not healthy.

8. Feeling like there’s no point
There is a difference between staying in a relationship because you’re comfortable and staying because you truly want to be there.
If you feel like your relationship isn’t going anywhere, why waste the time? That’s time you’ll look back on with regret, but that you’ll never be able to relive.

9. You only think about making him or her happy
Once you hit your 20s, relationships are a trial run for marriage. You should be able to see potential in spending the rest of your life with your significant other because if not, what’s the point?

You should want to make your SO happy, but it should be a two-way street. Your happiness should mean his or her happiness and vice versa.

If you’re constantly trying to make them happy, but you’re not getting anything in return, then something in the cycle is disjointed. Happiness should be mutual.

10. You can’t seem to do anything right
Once you get to the point where you feel like everything you do upsets him or annoys her, and you’re tiptoeing around in your own relationship, you need to understand that you aren’t the problem.

There is something with which your significant other is unhappy and he or she isn’t communicating that to you. Until he or she is honest with why he or she is really frustrated, nothing you do will seem to be enough.

11. Growth and change are seen as negatives
Relationships have to evolve in order to last. The whole “why can’t things just stay like this” mentality isn’t conducive to a long-term relationship.

At some point, someone will want more. That’s not a bad thing, but both parties must be on the same page. There’s nothing wrong with taking the next step; doing so is a sign of maturity.

12. Reminiscing on the beginning instead of looking toward the future
Memories of the honeymoon phase are not enough to sustain you. You can’t relive the past. Relationships develop, but not always for the better. Fantasizing about what used to be is not living in reality.

13. You’re just not happy anymore
What it really comes down to is happiness. You don’t have to justify why you aren’t happy anymore.
It isn’t realistic to expect to be happy in every moment of your relationship, but as a whole, this person should make you happier. He or she should make you feel supported and capable of doing whatever the hell it is you want to do.

You should know that even though you don’t have control of every aspect of your life and things will fall apart, this person gives you stability. He or she helps you rebuild and gives you hope that things can be the way you think they should be.

If you don’t have that, is it really worth it?

Tonia Moore

 

Sowing your seeds

Posted on October 7th, 2016 in Moore Expression,Open Discussion by tonia moore

Sowing your seeds for a great harvest even when there isn’t an immediate return we must remain diligent in sowing our seeds. There is no harvest without planted seeds. Take the time to help and invest in others for our heart of good deeds and stewardship shall not go without being rewarded.

Remain humble with much gratitude….a significant life is a thankful life. We are not here to live in the dark and be silent, we are here to shine, build and lift others up as a calling to God who has breathed His life into us. Live with a grateful heart and share with others because those are your seeds you are sowing today for an amazing future and as an investment in your kingdom.

You’re given this life because God knows you can handle it….the purpose for you is scripted out already even though you may not see it or understand it you must trust with great Fatih.
Faith in action is love, love in action is service.

You Have This ONE LIFE

Posted on October 6th, 2016 in Moore Expression,Open Discussion by tonia moore

You have this one life. How do you wanna spend it? Apologizing? Regretting? Questioning? Hating yourself? Dieting? Running after people who don’t see you? Be brave. Believe in yourself. Do what feels good. Take risks. You have this one life. Make yourself proud. Live abundantly with a positive mindset and an attitude of gratitude in order to activate the seeds greatness and blessings that are ordained to you so that you may reap a great harvest. Do good and be of good spirit and it shall never go unrewarded.

Keep seeking to improve, grow, evolve and be a better person inside and out. Become a better person not only for you but so that you may uplift and bless others with your gifts & blessings. Express your gratitude not only with your words but express them with your actions and it will have a profound effect on your life. The closest thing to the heart of God is helping people he wants us to be his hands and his feet here on earth. Keep a heart of gratitude so that you continue to receive blessings and the ability to operate at your highest levels.

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GOD’S MERCY IS GREATER THAN OUR MISTAKES

Posted on September 21st, 2016 in Moore Expression,Open Discussion by tonia moore

GOD’S MERCY IS GREATER THAN OUR MISTAKES

We all had times when we blew it in life & tried to make things happen on our own, got involved in things we shouldn’t have, now it’s a mess & the accuser constantly whisper’s “God’s not going to bless you, you knew better, just sit on the sidelines of life”…..don’t believe those lies, God has mercy for every mistake. God loves to make the enemy pay. If you will stay in faith not only will God bring you through it, he’ll take the mess you made, clean it up and bring you out better. So even when we blow it God is going to work ALL THINGS for our good. God has a plan EVEN for our mistakes.

We ALL are worthy of love, mercy, & forgiveness from God, from others and especially upon our own self. We can be our own worst enemy at times…let us take the small steps towards acceptance of believing that everything is going to turn out just fine. Celebrate the small victories that will eventually lead to great ones. Keep pushing through each season of your life for they will strengthen you, teach you, and prepare you for all that comes your way enabling you to function at higher levels in life. Love yourself as God sees you and loves you so that you may unlock the seeds of greatness within you.

Happy Wednesday y’all.

Stay Blessed, humble & thankful.

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Believe and Achieve

Posted on September 18th, 2016 in Open Discussion by tonia moore

Believe it and you can achieve it. The thoughts you hold in your mind become your life experiences. What thoughts are you holding? What conversations are you having with yourself. Your mind is gold, rich and full of power….value it and use of wisely. 

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10 Ways To Forgive Yourself & Let Go Of The Past

Posted on September 18th, 2016 in Moore Expression,Open Discussion by tonia moore

10 Ways To Forgive Yourself & Let Go Of The Past

Have you ever noticed how you can hold on to past mistakes long after they occurred? Some of us hold on to things for years!

Forgiveness is a process. It does not happen over night and the process will be different for everyone. But no matter how long it takes, there’s hope! Here are some steps you can take toward that journey:

1. Become clear on your morals and values as they are right now.
The reason most of us feel guilt or shame for actions done in the past is because those actions are not in line with our current morals and values. Our past wrongs can actually clue us in to what we hold important. By identifying our morals and values, we start to get a clearer picture as to “why” we’re hurting over what we’ve done, or what others did to us.

2. Realize that the past is the past.
This seems fairly straightforward, but when we can really wrap our head around the fact that we can’t undo the past, the past is done, those things happened, we open ourselves up to more acceptance. Increased acceptance can lead to the emotional healing we are all looking for.

3. Create a “re-do.”
Never underestimate the power of a “re-do”. Write down how you would have done things differently if you could go back and do it again. In doing so, we affirm that we not only learned from our past mistake, but that if we had the skills we have now, back then, we would have done things differently.

4. Realize you did the best you could at the time.
The way we respond depends on the skills we have, the frame of mind we’re in, and how we perceive the situation at that moment. Maybe we didn’t have as much objectivity, or acted out of survival or protection mode. Maybe we’d let stress build up, which put us at a higher risk of responding poorly. Whatever the factors, cut yourself a break. If you learn from it, it was never in vain.

5. Start acting in accordance with your morals and values.
The best thing you can do for yourself in order to forgive is start replacing the negative behavior and thoughts with more appropriate ones that are congruous with your morals and values. By so doing, you reaffirm to yourself that you can handle situations in the way you want to. This can lead to a sense of pride, which is a huge part of building self-esteem.

6. Identify your biggest regrets.
When I work with clients on moving on from their past, it can be very overwhelming for them because they see so many regrets. It’s often helpful to categorize these things because people often only hold on to a handful of big categories/patterns. Working on patterns of behavior is often more helpful than working on individual regrets.

7. Tackle the big ones.
There may be some regrets that don’t seem to improve, and they’re going to require some extra work. I call it “clearing your conscience.” This means it might take bringing this regret into the room and apologizing for your past mistake.

8. Turn the page.
At some point, you have to accept that the past has happened and you’ve done everything in your power to amend past mistakes. It’s now time to turn the page and accept those events as part of your story. They’ve all contributed to making you who you are. Being grateful for those experiences allows you to move on and truly forgive yourself.

9. Cut yourself some slack.
When we learned how to ride a bike, most of us realized it would probably take a few tries before achieving perfection. New behavior and thinking patterns are no different. They’re both skills. Cut yourself some slack while you’re on a new learning curve. Realize that you’re going to make mistakes. We all do.

10. Move toward self-love.
The last step in building self-esteem is moving toward loving yourself. Think kind thoughts toward yourself and show yourself some compassion. If we can learn to think of ourselves as our best friend, to speak to ourselves with love and kindness, and put ourselves as a priority, it reaffirms that we believe we are worth it. Engage in psychotherapy or coaching if you need some outside perspective in this area. Seek books on this subject. Surround yourself with supportive people.

You are more than your past mistakes, and I promise you, you are so worth it!!

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