A couple of years ago, my mom told me that I'm my own worst
enemy. I was shocked, angry. How could she say something like
that? She knows what I've been through in my life. What I had
to cope with, from a very young age. That night I sat in my
bed, feeling terribly sorry for myself and it hit me right
between the eyes.
MY MOM WAS RIGHT!!!!!
When things get bad in our lives we tend to forget all the good
things. We only concentrate on the bad and the ugly. I am a
single mother, it's hard at times but I've got so much to be
thank full for. I've got a beautiful daughter, she's perfect
and healthy. I am employed, thus I can support myself and my
child. I am not disabled, thus I can play with my child. I can
do anything I want, run, walk, sing, dance, jump, talk, see,
I've got a house to live in, thus I'm sheltered from the ice
cold of winter. I've got food to eat every day, thus I don't
starve. I've got family and friends that support me. They stand
by me through every crisis, so technically I'm never really
Life will be boring if you never had challenges. Don't think of
every crisis as a knock to yourself, think of it as a
challenge. When you get through the hard times you can slap
yourself on the back and say WELL DONE CHAP YOU'VE DONE GOOD.
Be your own best friend not worse enemy. Nothing is ever as bad
as it seems.
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