What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?

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  1. The unfortunate reality about mental health is a lack of follow through is the main cause of failure in many cases. Disagree all you like but you know your headspace is better on days and times when you’ve consistently gotten up and done things to help yourself or done things you enjoy rather than living in the struggle. It’s the hardest fucking part to do it every day but it slowly changes you to get to something better.

    The actual advice I was given was “Most of the time, suffering is a choice, we just prefer to see it as not.”

  2. > Here’s a rule of life: You don’t get to pick what bad things happen to you.

    ―Rory Miller, *Meditations on Violence: A Comparison of Martial Arts Training & Real World Violence*

  3. When roasting someone you don’t pull punches: from a dude who was in that community for maybe like two years while i was just a wee tween.

    The satanists are a group of people who pursue a code of self assurance ie: don’t go where there’s no profit for one’s self, so your voices in your head is either just thinking or schizophrenia: When i twas nothing but a teenager.

    There are two people in the world, the ones who understand something beforehand and those who learn after it happens to them: my father when i was but a child.

  4. Best advice? Never stick your dick in crazy.

    But I think my favorite piece of advice was something a drunk indian in the alley behind my job in the ’80’s said to me.

    Never be with a woman whos underwear is bigger than yours.

  5. Honestly? Ok, don’t worry what others think. Basic but I see people in their 40s saying they don’t care, then worry how they’ll look in front of other people.

    Its one thing to know it, something entirely different to really live it

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