believeinrecovery:

A little table to how to get rid of all that negative self-talk. We have to learn look at the good in situations too, instead of dwelling on things we can’t change- because you know what? We may not be able to change what is happening but we CAN change how we view it! 

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motivationalstudents:

Cristina Yang is one of my inspirations. When I get lazy, when I procrastinate, I watch TV series. One of my favourite one has always been Grey’s Anatomy. Why? I love the cheesy pearls of wisdom. I love the way relationships seem so true - never perfect, never completely satisfying, but complex and deep. I love the drama. I love feeling teary when a patient gets better, or when a patient doesn’t get better.
But most of all, I love Christina Yang. I love her fierceness when it comes to work, I love her discipline, I love her dry sense of humour. I love how she sucks it up when everything falls apart. I love how she keeps going, no matter what. I love how she takes no shit from anyone. I love how she loves her work and dedicates every minute to become a better doctor. I love how she gets enthusiastic about a heart surgery. 
I am a trainee teacher. When I walk into my classroom and things get difficult, sometimes I wonder: what would she do? And then I know: she would take a deep breath and deal with every single issue, one after the other. She would get the work done. And then she would go home, pour herself a glass of wine and get some sleep. And start again.
Who’s your inspiration?

motivationalstudents:

Cristina Yang is one of my inspirations. When I get lazy, when I procrastinate, I watch TV series. One of my favourite one has always been Grey’s Anatomy. Why? I love the cheesy pearls of wisdom. I love the way relationships seem so true - never perfect, never completely satisfying, but complex and deep. I love the drama. I love feeling teary when a patient gets better, or when a patient doesn’t get better.

But most of all, I love Christina Yang. I love her fierceness when it comes to work, I love her discipline, I love her dry sense of humour. I love how she sucks it up when everything falls apart. I love how she keeps going, no matter what. I love how she takes no shit from anyone. I love how she loves her work and dedicates every minute to become a better doctor. I love how she gets enthusiastic about a heart surgery. 

I am a trainee teacher. When I walk into my classroom and things get difficult, sometimes I wonder: what would she do? And then I know: she would take a deep breath and deal with every single issue, one after the other. She would get the work done. And then she would go home, pour herself a glass of wine and get some sleep. And start again.

Who’s your inspiration?







You don’t need to be perfect to inspire others. Let people get inspired by how you deal with your imperfection.
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heyxkids:

don’t sit in your pajamas and reblog posts about how you wish you could be pretty and confident, just do it. Get up early so you can do your hair and makeup all nice for school, flirt with the boys and let them come to you, say “thank you” instead of “no i’m not” when someone calls you pretty,  fake that fucking confidence until it’s real, do you understand me? Now go own that red lipstick.

TAKE THIS ADVICE GUYS ITS THE BEST THING YOU COULD EVER DO FOR YOUR SELF CONFIDENCE

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