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Top 20 Manchester City Ladies on Twitter

Twitter is an amazing platform where you are privileged to come across loads of beautiful people from all walks of life. I have been so lucky to have had the rare privilege to have interacted with so many, who not only love football, but they tweet football and they also devote a chunk of their time discussing their love for Manchester City.

I will be making a review of my best top 20 Manchester City ladies and also sharing their best tweets. It’s beyond their beauty. Their passion for the game and Manchester City is unquestionable. They have been loyal to the club in good times and also in bad times.

Katefitzpatrick (@kathy121255)

“Mendy scored wow”

Forever Blue says: WEAR A MASK (@jackrussell1111)

 “I am fed up with negativity on here about my team. Onwards and upwards Blues, loud and proud. Oh and you can’t blame my lucky selfie this time, I didn’t post one”

Etta (@IckleMrsG)

“Come on you beautiful Blue Boys”

Linda  (@lindahyland63)

 “I have read and seen things on Twitter the last few days that I am appalled at. I love Twitter but I think it’s time to have a break. We Are Champions end of !!!!!!!!!! Deal with it I love my club and their achievements @ManCity.  See you all at Wembley and the parade”

Pernilla Larsson (@Qvittra)

 

Any thoughts about tonight’s game on Boxing Day? Must be a Christmas miracle. Again. City will show power, strength and will. Not too much food there. Slim and fit. Will they win? Well, I believe so. I got faith too. Love City

Pernilla Larsson

#ENDSARS (@RoseMCFC)

“Everyone laughing at City dropping points because of VAR. Remember today it was City. Tomorrow it will be your team”

LauraLou (@LauraLo23859821)

“Come on Cityyyyyyyy…”

BlueJo (@PlaceboJo)

“Best I’ve seen. I’ve had my personal favorites over the years, but the sheer class and absolute professionalism that this man has given us for a decade are a once in a lifetime thing. The pleasure, the privilege is ours, El Mago #DavidSilva #AlwaysABlue”

Joanie (@Northern_Star7)

“Imagine having a player like KDB in your team? He never stops, he’s so creative, so impossibly gifted – and he’s ours!!!!! Have to pinch myself sometimes”

Kathryn Rogers (@KathrynRogers6)

“Incredible player, amazing talent, irreplaceable. Thank you #ElMago”

Phee (@phoebe_ctid)

“Happy birthday to my absolute world David Josué Jiménez Silva. You are my idol and inspiration and I adore you with all my heart! I don’t want you to ever leave. Have a lovely birthday @21LVA

Love you SO much x”

Joanna Sargent (@JoannaSargent)

“Haters will always hate. Lovers will always love. I know where I stand …. #MCFC. Sleep tight you blues. We’re in for a bumpy ride but together we’ll fight to the end”

Jenna McGregor Jackson (@Jennababes)

“Getting nervous now! Come on blues!! Let’s do this!!”

Rachel Dixon (@BlueTiger81)

“The day we city fans all dreaded is here @21LVA the magician the man you will be missed so much we love you and you are a blue for life. Already had one crying sesh after watching a video of your moments. Don’t be a stranger”

Julia Coulton (@juliacoulton)

“We fight to the end Blues!! Keep the faith”

Sungazer (@SenoritaSungaze)

“Kevin still has two seasons left on his current contract and will have just turned 32 when that deal expires. If he signs an extension he could be looking at playing for City until his mid-thirties. It was as if he was claiming he wishes to end his career at City”

Jenna Pannell (@jazzyjen1986)

“Manchester City were the first team in English history to win a domestic treble in the same season”

Sarah (@Stonesology)

“If you’re not backing our best players through their worst times, don’t back them through their best. Simple as that. You’re allowed to be frustrated, but there is no need to slander anyone. They are humans”

Emilia 🙂 (@mcwfcwalsh)

“Sunday will be his last ever premier league game. Thank you, Merlin. One of the greatest ever”

emma ♡ (@_emmactidxo)

YESSSSS ABSOLUTELY BUZZING. LOVE YOU CITY

haters

Haters don’t determine who we are: Ignore them

Haters are individuals who use negative words, critical comments, and behavior to bring others down by making them look or feel bad. These hurtful and negative comments can be delivered in person, online, or texts.

It doesn’t matter how you choose to live your life; whether you build a business or work a corporate job, have children or choose not to, married or not yet married, travel the world or live in a small town all your life, fat or slim, go to the gym all week or sit on the couch all day, whatever you do, someone will always be a hater. People will always find a reason to project their insecurities, fears, and negativity onto your life and you will have to deal with it.

People might tell you that your business, career, relationship, marriage will never succeed or that you will never accomplish your goals. Worrying about their opinions of you will only make you worse off. Letting others control your thoughts and actions just so they will like you is no way to live life unless you want to be a robot.

We cannot get everyone to like us. Learning to accept that not everyone is going to like you will enable you to focus your attention on working to become a better person. Don’t let haters bring you down, they have no idea of what you are capable of achieving. Ignore their words or let it fuel your motivation.

What someone says about you does not define who you are. His or her opinion of you does not determine your self-worth. You don’t have to win their approval let it go and just be the best person you can be. Haters will always be there. Anyone on the journey to success has them and must know how to remain motivated despite the discouragement and criticism of people.

What you should understand is that these people are telling you what they think about themselves not you. So if they tell you that building your dream business, career or relationship is impossible, this is what they believe for themselves not you. 

They are simply projecting their own belief onto you and you have nothing to do with it. Haters don’t hate you. They hate themselves because you are a reflection of what they wish to be!! 

bitterness

The danger of bitterness

Bitterness is the feeling of hurt, anger, resentment, and hatred that is build up in our hearts when we have been hurt by others or by an experience in life. Bitterness is a depressant. It can extinguish your joy and enthusiasm for life. It contaminates you with feelings of anger, hatred, jealousy, vindictiveness, animosity, and hostility.

The feelings of bitterness are universal. It is so common and widespread that it affects everyone at some point in their life. No One is excluded or immune from it. There are several reasons why you might find yourself feeling bitter. It could be a relationship breakup, unfaithful spouse, being betrayed by a trusted friend, getting scammed, being neglected, getting abused as a child, loss of a job, not being appreciated for a job well done, experiencing what you feel like unfair treatment, etc. These and many more can cause bitterness to get rooted in your heart.

Bitterness is a cancerous condition that can consume you with fault finding, criticism, negativity, ill-will, and complaining. It can cause emotional and physical fatigue, high blood pressure, loss of appetite, nervous tension, ulcers, and insomnia. People who go through life demanding their way, expecting everything to be in their favor, and for everyone to respect their rights are prone to being bitter.

Holding on to bitterness causes you to stay in a state of anger, helplessness, and resentment that spills over to others. When interpersonal feuds, grudges, controversies, disputes, conflicts, jealousies, competitiveness towards others are not resolved it will lead to increased feelings of bitterness which poison and pollute your whole system. You find yourself thinking about the person who hurt you all the time that you can’t get over it nor get it out of your mind.

When you allow bitterness to remain unchallenged by justifying it, minimizing its seriousness, or by ignoring the unavoidable consequences, the problem will only intensify and reinforce its destructive effects upon your life. You can never grow when you stay at the point of hurt. There are no happy bitter people.  It is okay to be bitter but it is not okay to get stuck for too long with bitterness because when you get stuck, you get lost!!!

Be Proud of Your personality

Be proud of who you are

Most of us spend a lot of time thinking about the things we have done wrong.  We keep remembering the mistakes we have made in life and how we have not achieved all the things that we want to achieve in life. We all have decisions we wish we could take back.

 Stop blaming yourself all the time for things you had no control over. It is human to make mistakes.  You don’t have to wait for someone else to pat you on the back for what you have done in your life. Always remind yourself of how incredible you are; be proud of being you!

One of the things which we don’t have control over is what others think about us. We live in a society that wants to tear everybody down often but none of us are perfect. Some people always want you to behave in a certain way or act a certain way. If you spend your time worrying about what others think about you, you will never be happy in life.

Never allow the opinion of others to destroy your self-confidence. Your dreams shouldn’t be based on the opinion of others. The opinion of others shouldn’t define your identity. What people think about you shouldn’t  cause any form of instability in your health, marriage, career, academics, relationship, business, etc.

Whatever they say about you is an opinion and nothing else. No one knows you better than you know yourself. No matter how hard you try, you are never going to be someone else so be proud of who you are and live your life.

The number of likes and comments you get on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, etc does not define who you are and how unique you are. Also, the number of followers or Facebook friends that you have will never define your value in life. Rather, you should be proud of what you’ve been able to accomplish so far. Be proud of the many more amazing things you are going to achieve.

Believe it or not, people will always judge and criticize you no matter what. So be criticized for being the person that you want to be in life, not the person that others want you to be. Be proud of who you are as a person by loving yourself and accepting your imperfection. Be excited about your past; not necessarily of everything you have done( we all have regrets), but of how you have kept going and working hard.

Be proud of every time you have failed. The fact that you have failed means one thing is certain: you have tried! Be happy that you had the guts to try in the first place. Be proud of all those times when you faced difficulties. Trust yourself with the decisions you take in life, focus on the positives, remove any form of negativity from your mind, and just be the person that you want to be.

No amount of approval from somebody else is worth dictating how you should live your life. You are worthy of living the best possible life. It is only one life that you will ever get. I love what Phil Mc Graw said:  “Instead of being ashamed of what you have been through, be proud of what you have overcome!”

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