What I Think About Life On My 39th Birthday!


Hey Fellow Bloggers,

What I talk about in my video is how I have learned to cope with life and how I have learned to love my life so that I don’t have to cope most of the time. What I realize is that in this one life that we have to live what is important is self-respect, self acceptance, and self-love, and through these actions we are able to respect others, love others, and accept others. I’ve also learned to be forgiving of my mistakes and to be forgiving of the mistakes of others. Sometimes forgiving takes the passage of time. I’ve also learned that sometimes you have to let go of people who are not good for you and I’ve also learned not to feel guilty for letting go of those people. I’ve learned to view life with curiosity and to push through my fear in order to complete my goals.

Until next time…

Heather Blackwell

Published by analyticalperspective

Heather Blackwell is a CBT-certified mental health coach and Psychology subject matter expert (SME), dedicated to bringing Psychology insights to the self-help community. She studied two masters degrees in the areas of Forensic Psychology and MFT, and has 15+ years’ experience in behavioral analysis under her skill belt. Her discussion topics include, but are not inclusive to, dating experiences, interpersonal relationships, maladaptive behavioral development, self-identity development, self-help, holistic mind-body health, and nutrition as it applies to mental wellness.

6 thoughts on “What I Think About Life On My 39th Birthday!

  1. But are you receiving them? I want to know because I want to know if my old account is linked to my new account?

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