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14 Signs You’re Succeeding In Life (Even If You Don’t Feel You Are)

We all feel like failures from time to time. While this is a normal feeling, you have to find a way to see yourself and your life from a different perspective.

Here are 14 clear signs that you are succeeding in life…

1. You don’t care what other people think.

You know you can’t please everyone. You know that the standards in which society judges people is many times unrealistic. So you just keep true to yourself and love the person you are.


2. Your relationships are less dramatic than they used to be

With age comes maturity, and a drama filled relationship is not about maturity. So maybe your relationships were drama-filled in your past, but if you have moved beyond that, then you are successful.


3. You accept what you can’t change.

Let’s face it – there many things you can’t change in life. All you can change is how you view what happens. If you can change your negative perspective on situations to a positive one, then you are successful.


4. You are not afraid to ask for help and support any more

Fact. No person has ever succeeded in isolation. It takes teamwork to accomplish goals. Asking or help is a sign that you have grown as a person.


5. You have learned that setbacks and failure are part of self-growth

Not everyone can have success 100% of the time. That’s just not realistic. Life is about victories and losses. So look at your setbacks as stepping-stones to something better.


6. You have raised your standards

You don’t tolerate bad behaviour any more – from other people, or even yourself. You hold people accountable for their actions.


7. You let go of things that don’t make you feel good

Self-love is success. Loving yourself enough to say ‘no’ to anything that doesn’t make you happy, doesn’t serve your purpose, or drags you down.


8. You have goals that have come true

Even though “failures” are a part of life, you have stuck to your goals and dreams long enough to make them come to fruition. You have some tastes of victory. It fuels you.


9. You have empathy for others

A person without empathy is dead inside. Empathy equals spreading love and positive energy into the world. Successful people know this. They love others as if they are family.


10. You love deeply and open yourself up to be loved by others

Love is risky, and sometimes scary for people. It’s the one thing we all strive for, but it’s also intimately tied to the one thing we fear the most – rejection. If you open your heart enough to love and be loved, then you are successful.


11. You refuse to be a victim

You know that life doesn’t always happen to you. Many times, you are a co-creator of your life experiences. Successful people know this and refuse to be kept down by life experiences. The rise up and conquer anyway.


12. You always look on the bright side

Life can be full of disappointments – if you choose to see them that way. Otherwise, they are learning opportunities. No negative experience is ever wasted as long as you learn from it.


13. You change what you can

And let’s face it again – there are many things you can change in life. Successful people don’t sit around accepting the negatives that are changeable. They get out there and do something about it!


14. You are happy

To me, this is the ultimate definition of success. It doesn’t matter what the balance is in your bank account, how big your house is, or how many fancy vacations you take. If you are happy, then you are succeeding in life.


Even if you don’t see yourself in many of these 14 things, don’t fret. Be happy that you see yourself in just a few. In time, the rest will come. You just need to keep moving onward and upward.

8 Romantic Lesbian Movies To Get You In The Mood For Love This Valentine’s Day

Its Valentine’s weekend, and you’re seeking the right video for a date with that special lady. Something with a good plot, good acting, good directing and some heated romance. Don’t sweat it. Kitschmix.TV has your back.

Here are 8 romantic lesbian films that we think are worth watching (and renting) for Valentine’s Day — or anytime you want a good dose of Sapphic love.

Happy Ending

This high-energy romantic road movie stars the beautiful Sinha Gierke (It’s Not Over) as aspiring law student Lucca, and the stunning Verena Wustkamp as her new friend Valerie.

Irresistible chemistry blossoms between them as the two women embark on a wild adventure to deliver the ashes of recently deceased friend to her final resting place – rent it now


Claire of The Moon

Cult lesbian film Claire of The Moon is about author Claire Jabrowski who finds herself sharing a cabin with Dr.Noel Benedict at an annual retreat for female writers.

Claire and Noels contrasting personalities cause inevitable friction, but, despite their differences, the two cannot deny their obvious lusting attraction towards each other and begin a passionate affair – rent it now

Claire of the Moon

My Friend From Faro

Nana Neul directorial debut draws comparisons with ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ and ‘Unveiled’. It’s the story of eternal daydreamer Mel chance meeting with the beautiful Jenny. It is love at first sight, however there is just one problem: Jenny mistakenly assumes Mel to be a boy. Despite this, they become boyfriend and girlfriend. With Mel attempting to disguise her true gender at every turn, her journey from tomboy to out lesbian is fraught with life-defining dilemmas and sweet surprises – rent it now

My Friend From Faro

Wedding Song

The Wedding Song takes place in Tunis in the year of 1942. Two teen girlfriends defy the odds as they face the war together against Nazi’s and Allied bomb threats. One girl is Muslim, the other is Jewish, and they cling to the bond they’ve shared since childhood – rent it now

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Butch Jamie

Looking for a bit of humour then Butch Jamie is for you, as this is a hilarious lesbian comedy. Jamie Klein’s life seems to be going nowhere but south – out she is an out of work actress and unlucky in love. But then Jamie is finally cast in a lead role – as a man! Keeping quiet, she reluctantly accepts the role, only to fall head over heels for her on-screen love interest, Jill. What ensues is a hilariously complicated and sexy affair where Jamie must do whatever it takes to get the girl – rent it now


Stud Life

Stud Life is a sexy, young and cool lesbian romance taking a unique look at a slice of British urban life.  The film is about Londoner JJ and her search for love. When she falls in love with the beautiful and mysterious Elle, friendships are put to the test. For the first time in her life JJ has to choose between her hot new lover and her best friend – rent it now

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Hannah Free

Hannah Free tells the moving story of the lifelong love affair. Hannah and Rachel grow up in the same Midwest town, where traditional gender expectations eventually challenge their deep love for one another. Hannah becomes an adventurous, unapologetic lesbian and Rachel a strong but reserved homemaker. Weaving between past and present, Hannah Free reveals how these two passionate women maintain their love affair despite a marriage, a world war, infidelity, and family denial – rent it now

Hannah Free

A Map For Love

Roberta is a young lesbian living in Santiago. Her girlfriend, Javiera is a woman of the world; actress, a dancer and philosopher. Despite all of Roberta’s best efforts to avoid it, she finds herself in an awkward situation when she has to introduce her new girlfriend to her conservative mother, Ana.

When Roberta can think of no other way to put off the meeting, she comes up with a bright idea – to go on a small sailboat and leave for a trip with Javiera and Ana, leaving them nowhere to run! For all those who understand what it is really like to introduce your parents to your partner, A Map For Love  is a fresh and exciting addition to the new wave of lesbian cinema – rent it now