Stop it.

* This comes from my frustration with myself. If it kicks you in the ass a bit all the better.

Don’t you think it’s time to stop with the woe is me but things could be worse mentality? How far has that gotten you? How far? It’s time to stop the bullshit and create a new reality. You can create a new state of being!


Check out the book, Breaking the habit of being yourself, by Joe Dispenza. It’s helping me move forward.

Rant over,


15 responses to “Stop it.”

    1. And I really second Jim’s comment below. I hope you are feeling less frustrated today.


  1. Hope it keeps helping. Keep us posted.


  2. Sorry to hear about your being frustrated. I hope you are keeping well. X


  3. Keep us posted and don’t be toooooo hard on yourself !!! ❤ Anne


  4. You got this! Be as good and a compassionate friend to yourself as your would be to anyone you love.🤗✨


  5. That’s a great book. I’ve enjoyed reading Joe Dispenza as well. Mind-opening.


  6. I’m always looking for a new book to read. Thanks for the suggestion. 🙂 New month March is here to open doors and new beginnings! I think you’re ready…to try…and to enjoy each and every endeavor! Be kind to yourself Dwight! 🙂


  7. I will look it up!
    Was feeling a bit sorry for myself today!


  8. excellent..i love books like those. It’s really big deal to stop playing the victim…i believe a lot of us have done this and learned the hard way, it doesn’t get better until you make it so. No one will do the work for ya..thats for sure! Good luck!

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  9. Dwight, I only know you from your posts and your kind, compassionate posts. To me you seem just fine as you are! The world could do with a few more Dwights. Jim x

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  10. Dwight, you are such a compassionate soul and I for one appreciate all the comments and support you give to me and others on here. Be kind to yourself and I hope the frustration dissipates soon.

    I’ll check the book out 😊
    Claire xx


  11. I can relate to your feelings of frustration. This has been coming up a lot for me lately too and, although I’m not an AA participant, its been reminding me of the serenity prayer – “the courage to change the things I can.” Thanks for the recommendation, I’ll definitely check out his book!


  12. Hi Dwight! I sure hope your frustration dissipates! You are so right with this and I’ll definitely check out that book! You are always so kind and help us all and you really helped me this week! Hope you’re not being too hard on yourself. I think you’re pretty great! 😀 😀 😀


  13. Hey, all. I’m good, really. For some of you this came across to harsh on myself and I respect your feelings and thank you for your kind thoughts. I use frustration as motivation to change and grow forward. To snap me out of a perceived reality that is no longer working. I’ve got a plan to stop living in the past day after day. I’ll keep you posted😊

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