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Cosmos Parris
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Cosmos Parris   My Press Releases

Do You Believe You Have Choices?

Published on 11/21/2017
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Do You Believe in Yourself - And that you have choices?

The choice is always yours.

One of the things I do well is to encourage and motivate people. It is not obvious. It is just when I find myself in situations where the need arise or I feel someone's pain it comes natural to me.

I believe that we need to encourage others to believe in themselves. We need to be aware and to choose the way we speak to others. Where there is doubt, help them to believe that they have the capability of confidently stepping into their powers and be exactly who they want to be.

The following 5 daily reminders should be your mantra: 

Your happiness and success in life should never be dependent on external sources and approval of others. 

I thought about writing this press release because a few days ago someone whatsApp me a video of a young boy who couldn't be more that about 13 years old. He spoke with such sadness. He didn't just threathened to commit suicide but actually said that "by the time you see this video I would have killed myself."

He spoke about being bullied in school, about his aunt Mary (not the name called) always calls him and say he is an idiot, and he is generally tired of all that has happened to him.

As the sharing of this kind of information goes it is hard to tell the source and to get any information in order to check or offer help. That is very disturbing as I believe the boy to be from my own country... so near and yet so far.

More and more those who are strong enough to work their way from this kind of negative onslaught should be shown as examples of how to overcome.

Parents and guardians be mindful of the words you use to your children or any child within your sphere. You never know what goes on beneath the surface of their minds, triggered by your comments or actions.

I have had two experiences in my lifetime that was frightening enough to make me in one case get out of my bed at 2 a.m. to rush to this friends house.
Whatever the reason my friend got depressed and decided to end her life. Luckily she called me. When I got the call the morning, I simply said "don't do anything foolish, nothing and noone is worth it. I will be there in minutes." I got in my car and drove 15 minutes to her house. What is interesting is that this friend had a lot of persons with whom she was closely associated, but never called any of them although we hardly saw each other.

She was able to reveal without holding back, everything what caused her to feel she wanted to end her life. She talked and I listened until I quietly left her about 5 a.m. when she fell asleep. No one knew and I never spoke of it before. She lived for many years after and finally passed on due to a heart complication.

Sometimes people need to know that there is someone in whom they can confide, not judgemental and not having to worry about hearing their story which is often embarassing to them. After all it is their story to tell, if they so wish.

I believe that without a feeling that others care and without communication and proper guidance young people between the ages of 13 to 16 years old (sometimes younger) are confused, sometimes lost, troubled, and with no one they feel they can talk to who will understand, resort to being a danger to themselves. Some changes take place that I am yet to understand.

If they have been traumatised in anyway and feel alone there is the tendency to feel they have nothing to live for. Unfortunately around the world there is the problem of suicide or suicidal tendencies, and it is not limited to age. But too many young people are committing suicide.

If you can get them not focusing on themselves, and their issues, chanelling their thoughts and ideas in a positive way, they are more likely to develop the strength that gets them over the hurdle.

There are ways to do this. Get them talking...difficult at first, and it takes time so you have to be patient, using different means of communication.

Change is not always easy to overcome or embrace with open arms.  We have choices and can control our beliefs. Believe in yourself!

In this change however you don't have to feel as if your life is turned upside down.

The simple straight forwardness and innovativeness of it builds confidence, because you have choices that are simple to follow.

At this stage you might be wondering what the heck is she talking about?

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