Away from Comfortability Part II

While reuniting with friends can become promotional, it can also help to renew or rebrand yourself.  We’ve all made mistakes.  Whether it’s in our past or of recent.  We may have pushed people away in our lives, apart of the mistakes or not.  At least I’ve made those types of mistakes.

I pushed people out of my life because I was ashamed and afraid of what they’d think.  I knew, with the so-called perfect life I lived, keeping my reputation in tact was of most importance.  And in doing so, not facing the closest people in my life was a way to cope and keep my reputation, at least in my eyes.

But all the while, I knew, at one point, I had to face them again.  Yes, I have changed.  I have matured.  But at the same time, I’m the same person I was before.  As I’ve said many times, we’re all going to make mistakes.  But that doesn’t mean you need to push people out of your lives because you’re afraid of what they’ll think.

We need the comfortability, not just in the environment, but also with our friendships.  Don’t push people out of your life because this comfortability is important to get back up and learn from your mistakes.


About jthealthyfit I am passionate about health/wellness, nutrition, sports and most importantly, my relationship with God. I have a Bachelor of Science in Health and Sport Studies from Miami University and a Master of Science in Sports Administration from Valparaiso University. I am a corporate wellness coordinator and personal trainer in Columbus, OH. Please email me for personal training rates at I'm excited to be working with you, God Bless! View all posts by jthealthyfit

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