Healing yourself is a brave step in any recovery… ALWAYS BE BRAVE WITH YOUR LIFE…. ALWAYS!
There are periods in our life where we must walk alone:to discover our courage,to find our authentic self,to know our voice of wisdom,
to know our inner beauty…
Cherish these times for although they may be challenging,they bring incredible gifts.
The word Strength can be described in so many ways. Life has shown me the definition of this word many times. And strength is not always what I would say being strong…. It’s about observing and learning to listen to life. Strength isn’t about forcing your way onto someone else
“Adversity introduces a man to himself.” Rules (if there really are any) I’ve learned from my brain injury. Ten things I’ve cultivated over 25 years, from a brain injury I pass along to many… 1. Life is a fragile thing. We as a human race are very invincible…until
“The gateways to wisdom and learning are always open, and more and more I am choosing to walk through them. Barriers, blocks, obstacles, and problems are personal teachers giving me the opportunity to move out of the past and into the Totality of Possibilities.” ~Louise L. Hay This past week
“Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage, and confidence in the doing.” My team Share Your Strong had the opportunity this week to do another motivational speech. This speech was done at a small school in Tifton Georgia one of the young ladies I have been training
Standing in my bathroom this morning I took a good long look at myself in the mirror. Looking back at me was what I saw as a small town, hardworking single mom. Standing there I couldn’t help but look deep at this image and remember where I came from, and
This morning I am waking up on Thanksgiving Day of 2016. My normal routine would be to shoot out the door for a run on my beautiful Georgia dirt roads, for prayer and thanks. However, this year is somewhat different. I am grinding it out on a stair master early
“Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.” ~ Christian D. Larson There I was, sitting in a wheelchair against a hallway of a hospital in Albany Georgia. This is where my story began. We all have
I had the privilege and honor of turning another year older last month. Upon this transormation in my life I found myself taking a look at life in a perspective I have never done so before. I turned 38 years old last month and I can say confidently that my