7 Lovely Ways to Get on the Independent Path ...


What’s with guys always needing to be with their "bros" or girls always going to the bathroom with their whole posse?

Stop depending and get on the independent path.

A perfect example of an independent "individual," The Statue of Liberty — she stands alone, stands strong, stands independently.

Life is too short to depend on others.

Making decisions, as in what is worth giving up, in order to achieve something else, will optimize independence.2

Whether it be making the smallest choice, such as choosing between a Hershey bar or a fruit salad, or the biggest decision, such as moving to a new country or switching career paths, will get you on the that independent path.

1. Believe in Yourself

It’s so easy to doubt yourself and give up on yourself.

When in reality, when it really comes down to it, you only have yourself to fall back on, so stop the pitying and start believing!

Believe that you have what it takes to make that deadline or attain that goal.

It’s important to believe in you and be secure with yourself.

That empowering feeling will give you that boost to get on the independent path.

2. Start Relying on You

Stop depending on others, and start turning to yourself.

People rely way, way too much on others.

It’s unnecessary and unappealing.

Take charge of your happiness.

This will bring fulfillment.

It will take the burden off of the person you are depending on and you will have unlimited possibilities.

Making decisions on your own is key.

Take advantage of that brain of yours and make decisions that are in your best interest.

You have to satisfy yourself and make yourself happy before you can be there for others.2

3. Having Alone Time

You don’t really need a friend or a companion to go to the movies or take a walk, do you?

Start doing activities without another individual.

There’s a therapeutic aura about being alone while being active.2

It can clear your mind, help you make a near future decision, or simply just give you a breath of fresh air.

Stop with the stress of always having to have plans or have others surrounding you.2

Go to that movie alone, take a walk in the park by yourself, learn to love being in the company of yourself.

Instead of Stressing, Appreciate
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