Unspoken Conversations are the topics that are often swept under the carpet, whispered amongst the closest of friends and bitched about by many. I want to create awareness about difficult things that people face in life; grief, mental health, money, illnesses, family troubles, relationship difficulties and putting yourself first. I want to tell the truth about things that really matter.

Sunday, 11 May 2014

So Quick To Judge

Ask yourself;  are you happy?

Life is about making decisions that make you, and your loved ones happy.

Everyone has a different path to happiness.

There's no right and wrong way to live your life; you're the person in charge of your decisions and destiny.

Sometimes we re quick to judge people's chosen paths. We live in a time where there is no real "norm" to follow when it comes to living your life.  People are faced with the difficult balancing act of juggling a career versus the decision to begin a family.

At times it can feel like there's a very thin balancing line between the appropriate age to reach certain milestones.

Either way,  in some people's eyes you'll always be either too young or too old to be starting a family.

Some people will choose to begin parenthood early on in their book and leave traveling for later on in life once their children have left their nest.

Others will focus on their career and seeing the world first before settling down.

Some may never settle down at all.

There are people who will focus on setting themselves up for the future and others who are happy living day by day.

But the point is,  is that so long as you are happy with your decisions,  then we shouldn't be too quick to pass judgement on others.

Happiness means different things to people and your chosen path might not be the chosen path of others.

So if you choose to have children young;  beauty,  that's fantastic,  what fun parenthood must bring, that's your choice and you'll be supported with that decision.

If you choose to travel, chase personal career fulfillment and property first,  awesome,  that's what brings you happiness.

If you choose not to have children at all,  yay,  the world's your oyster and you can write your own story.

You should never be made to question your decisions because someone else believes their path is the right way.

We just need to keep an open mind and be happy and aware that everyone has different agendas, priorities,  reasons,  heartaches, decisions and pursuits and that's okay.

The journey through life should always be about what makes you and your loved ones happy and that is all that truly counts. 

Look after yourself and those around you,

Kirsty xxx

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