Riding Through It

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This is the story of a young woman who painted herself as a victim of circumstances and the actions of others. As a result, she was paralyzed in the present because she was still living in the past.

After a life-altering, near-death experience, she realizes that the only way to survive is to take control, accept responsibility for her life, and let go of her past.

This is her journey from failure to success.

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Summary

This is the story of a young woman who painted herself as a victim of circumstances and the actions of others. As a result, she was paralyzed in the present because she was still living in the past.

After a life-altering, near-death experience, she realizes that the only way to survive is to take control, accept responsibility for her life, and let go of her past.

This is her journey from failure to success.

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This is the story of a young woman who painted herself as a victim of circumstances and the actions of others. As a result, she was paralyzed in the present because she was still living in the past.

After a life-altering, near-death experience, she realizes that the only way to survive is to take control, accept responsibility for her life, and let go of her past.

This is her journey from failure to success.

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: April 12, 2013

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Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: April 12, 2013

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Remember the phrase, "Keep riding through it." It's an expression that horse trainers use whenever a client's ride becomes difficult. If you give up or get off in the midst of difficulties, you might win the battle that day but lose the war in the long run. Keep riding through the most difficult times. Learning to be really good at something takes persistence and time. Such it is with life. Riding through it has made me a different person.


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