Monday, February 5, 2018

KARLA ESTRADA May Pasabog sa Mga Netizens na Gusto Siyang Matanggal sa "Magandang Buhay!"

Kilala si Karla Estrada bilang prangka at mahilig mang-real talk, at kilala rin siya dahil sikat ang kanyang anak na si Daniel Padilla, ngunit habang tumatagal ay napapansin ng mga viewers at netizens ang napapadalas na panlalait nito on air lalo na kay Melai na co-host niya sa "Magandang Buhay." Last week ay nag-guest ang asawa ni Pokwang na si Lee O'Brian at na-topic nila ang anak nila ni Pokwang.

Pero lahat ng nakapanood ng show ay di naiwasang 'di mapansin ang sunod-sunod na panlalait nito kay Chokoleit na kahit alam niya na on air ang show ay tuloy pa rin ang pang-iinsulto nito kay Chokoleit. Halata ring nao-offend si Chokoleit ngunit dahil professional ito ay 'di na lang niya pinapansin o maaari ring normal lang sa kanila ang mag-joke ng ganun sa isa't isa.

Dahil nga viral si Karla Estrada sa pamba-bash niya sa guest nilang si Chokoleit last week at maraming netizens na ang gusto papalitan si Karla as host sa "Magandang Buhay" mukhang affected si Karla at nag-post ng mga quotes sa kanyang IG account para i-boost up ang sarili, narito ang kanyang mga post:

The greatest stress you go through when dealing with a difficult person is not fueled by the words or actions of this person – it is fueled by your mind that gives their words and actions importance.

It’s OK to be upset.  It’s never OK to be cruel.  Rage, hate, resentment and jealousy do not change the hearts of others – they only change yours.

Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.  Free yourself of the burden of being an eternal victim.

Stay positive when negativity surrounds you.  Smile when others refuse to.  It’s an easy way to make a difference in the world around you.

Gossip and drama ends at a wise person’s ears.  Be wise.  Seek to understand before you attempt to judge.  Use your judgment not as a weapon for putting others down, but as a tool for making positive choices that help you build your own character.

Always set an example.  Treat everyone with kindness and respect, even those who are rude to you – not because they are nice, but because YOU are.  And do your best to be thankful for rude and difficult people too – they serve as great reminders of how not to be.

The way we treat people we strongly disagree with is a report card on what we’ve learned about love, compassion and kindness.  Life is too short to argue and fight.  Count your blessings, value the people who matter, and move on from the drama with your head held high.

Don’t expect to see positive changes in your life if you constantly surround yourself with difficult people.  The great danger of being around difficult people too often is that you start to become like them without even knowing it.  So be mindful of the daily company you keep.  (Just because you are kind and respectful to someone, does NOT mean you have to spend extra time with them.)

Remember, what others say and do, and the opinions they have, are based almost entirely on their own self-reflection.  Don’t take things personally.  Instead of getting angry over the words of others, choose to be mindful and choose to grow stronger, one way or the other, because of them.


Let the opinions of others inform you… don’t let them limit you.  Don’t let anyone’s ignorance, hate, drama or negativity stop you from being the best person you can be.  If you find yourself constantly trying to prove your worth to others, you’ve already forgotten your value.  Take a deep breath, and do what you know is right.

If you really want to be happy and peaceful, then stop being afraid of being yourself, and stop thinking about what others think of you every second.  There’s nothing selfish about giving yourself enough space for self-care.  We can’t give what we don’t have.  Experience life on your terms and you’ll be life-giving to others.

Make it a daily ritual to work hard in silence, to do what you have to do, and to ignore the drama, discouragement, and negativity surrounding you.  Let your success be your noise in the end.  (Angel and I build quiet, life-changing rituals with our students in the “Goals and Growth” module of Getting Back to Happy.)
Your turn…

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