I am so grateful for Thanksgiving break😊 It was so nice this morning to not set an alarm and rush to get to school or somewhere! I got to sit on the couch and read in silence😳 and it was amazing! The old me would have never done this, grateful to Surround myself with encouraging and motivating people to keep becoming my best me!
What’s everyone reading these days?
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Swipe Left: Training helped me believe that actions can actually make a difference and that what we can get what we both want and work for. Training is a great place to start when feeling entirely defeated, depressed and even suicidal because it may be one of the few things in life where you may see an effect soon after taking action. With many other things it is a long road, oftentimes, measured in years. It’s been almost 7 years since losing my younger sister, and the first thing that made a difference in my life for the better, 3 years after losing her, was training. Many of us know that we have to blindly believe and keep on exerting energy and fighting so many cognitive battles and physical ones before reaching that point of ‘finally living again’ instead of simply ‘surviving life’. Traumatic and difficult times can change who we are and our lives completely; and we have to relearn to live by building ourselves up from scratch. That is why seeing results, realizing you are stronger than the week before and feeling you can endure longer than before will begin to act like primary building blocks. These help you to believe in your abilities, the impact of your efforts and actions, and open up your trust in life again. You finally get that small piece of evidence you were seeking and desperately need. You truly will be conditioning yourself to become an active, autonomous and resilient agent.