Why Do Bad People Get Away With Things? By Susan Russo - Guest Author

Tuesday, March 12, 2013


Why Do Bad People Get Away With Things?
By Susan Russo
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"I'm not sure what the future holds but I do know that I'm going to be positive and not wake up feeling desperate. As my dad said "Nic, it is what it is, it's not what it should have been, not what it could have been, it is what it is." -Nicole Kidman

 Someone emailed me the other day and asked me, "Why do bad people get away with things?" The simple answer to that question is, "That's Life!"

 Many people have had these so called "bad people" effect their lives at one time or another. And the havoc they can wreak in our lives along their path of destruction could bring anyone to their knees.

 The worst part is that you didn't see it coming and you didn't deserve it.

 Take the classic example of Casey Anthony (If you don't know who she is Google her) she murdered her little 3 year old daughter and a jury unbelievably let her go free. She literally got away with murder. And, there isn't anything anyone can do about it.

 I also know of a woman that was married for 30 years when her husband came home one day, he handed her a business card and said this is my attorney's number. I want a divorce. Give him a call and you can deal with him. She was totally blindsided; she didn't see it coming.

 I could go on and on and tell you one horror story after another that can rip your heart out. So what do you do when you are one of those people that had to or have to endure picking up the pieces of your life after the storm passes through?

 You start by accepting what is. It is what it is, and in most cases you just have to accept it. Of course you have the option of not accepting it too. That is a choice. And, when you choose to resist reality is when you suffer.

 Sure, you can go over and over it in your mind. You can wish with all of your might that things were different. You can rehash all of the why's, what if's and if only's.

 And, when you do that it causes you to stay stuck holding onto this person and drowning in all of the negative emotions that go along with reliving it. And those actions are exactly what stop you from letting go and moving forward.

 The best part is; you have a choice as to how you respond to ANYTHING that happens to you in life.

 Does reliving it make it go away? No! As a matter of fact it does the exact opposite; it keeps them in the forefront of your mind. It probably consumes you much of your day as well. But very get clear on one thing: that's a choice.

 Or, you can make a different choice.

 You can choose to accept what is and start the process of letting them go. You decide.

 When "bad people" change your life; when they hurt you, betray you and just make your life miserable, you need to let them go. Bless them and release them!

 Choose to stop worrying about what they are doing or thinking. Let go of feelings of revenge, anger, bitterness, wanting them to hurt like you do and wondering if they feel bad.

 "Bad people" will come and fortunately go in your life. They only stay when you let them. They linger on long after they are physically gone because you keep them alive and well in your thoughts and mind.

 If and when you learn how to forgive them for the unjust pain and misfortune they have caused in your life is when you will free yourself from the negative thoughts and emotions that imprison you. Only you have the key to unlock that door.

 Forgiveness doesn't let them off the hook for what they did and it doesn't make it okay, it lets YOU off the hook from carrying around the weight of all the heartache, pain, bitterness and ALL of the negativity associated with it.

 Forgiveness isn't something you give them; it is a gift you give yourself!

 So, starting today don't let them take up residency in your brain. Each time you begin down that path of inviting them back in, stop yourself and say, "Today is a new beginning and I leave the past behind."

 You are the only one that can release them from your life. Every time they knock on your brain you make a choice as to whether you're going to choose to let them in or not. What do you choose?

Susan Russo is fast becoming known as a miracle worker in transforming people's lives. She has the ability to turn negative circumstances into life changing opportunities. No matter where you are in life, if you want to change your life, she is the go to coach. To learn more about Susan's products and services go to: Susan's site. And, pick up a copy of her [http://www.susanrusso.com]FREE ecourse too!

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