It’s better to be alone than in bad company.

We live in a generation where we are literally referred to as followers and the more you have, the more desirable you appear yet all the more elusive in the same. Some gorgeous nobody from the middle of nowhere garners millions of followers and all of a sudden this faceless neophyte becomes a six-figure-earner and party flyer cover-star. We love the idea of being followed, yearned for, admired.

Is this why being alone seems so demoralizing?

You’re not a loser if you’re single or if you only have one or two true friends but, society can sometimes make us feel that way. I’d rather be alone than in the presence of bad company. Who fits in the category of ”bad company?”

  • Your toxic ex.
  • That hating a** friend.
  • Your negative Nancy family members etc.

You know when you’re in bad company but you figure, ”Hey, it’s better than being alone.” No, it’s not – it’s worse. You’ve muddied the waters between being alone and being lonely – they are not one in the same. Being alone is beautiful, blissful, empowering, enlightening. Being lonely is desperate, suffocating, intolerable and this constant feeling of ”lack” can lead to unfavorably rash decision making – immersing yourself deeper into a hole that you’re trying to climb out of.

Breathe.
Look around you and look at all you have to be grateful for.

You deserve goodness, prosperity and success. Don’t hinder those possibilities by inviting darkness into your light.

One more time for those in the back.

You deserve goodness, prosperity and success. Don’t hinder those possibilities by inviting darkness into your light.

It’s not easy, divorcing yourself from bad energies that you’ve normalized as ”normal” but it’s worth it – it’s so worth it!

You got this!


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