I am fortunate to not be living below the poverty line anymore, that I have some supportive family and have been born into a life of a lot of privileges. It doesn’t erase the struggles I have faced and still face but I do count my lucky stars for these blessings regularly
I wish i could say something more profound but due to my recent insomnia, sleep is the most important thing for me right now. i know all too well how quickly my mental health goes down hill when i dont get adequate sleep 🙁
My biggest values are kindness and compassion. I find myself practicing this with most people, but often to my detriment. so now I’m trying to figure out the amount that is healthy for me and that is much harder. maybe it comes down to personal boundaries rather than a level or amount of compassion. what do other people find?
I’ve recently figured out I also value fun, excitement and adventure. they weren’t things my parents really valued so its taken me rather by sur...
I’ve recently figured out I also value fun, excitement and adventure. they weren’t things my parents really valued so its taken me rather by surprise. I’m trying to figure out how to incorporate this into my life without feeling guilty
I interpreted the question to mean “are you currently living in line with your values?” Also yes, that is one way to define values. I look personally at values as personal morals
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