encouragement

The next time you're doubting yourself and feeling overwhelmed, remember: You've got this.
And most of the time, we do just that. I had four days of absolutely nothing to do, so I began writing. The internet really
Most of the time, we know what we are craving when we reach out to someone else. It is useful to be honest with ourselves
To the extent that we are mirrored, encouraged and acknowledged for our achievements and our creative pursuits, we are unified within ourselves. To the degree that we are perceived through a distorted mirror, we are torn asunder and may search for approval at a cost to our real self and creativity.
Dear Best Friend, I know many people are saying that your life is going to change but I believe it is only going to change for the better.
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In summary, the passion and persistence of grit motivates and carries us over rough seas like a well-made surfboard. We can think of an absence of effort like a crack in our surfboard that needs repair.
I think you’re on your phone for some sanity and a little solace.
To encourage means to give support, confidence or hope to another person. These qualities help the other person to be more courageous and to keep going.
In other words, children could be positive role models for each other--in the spirit of Tiny Tim. The researchers then showed
It is my mother's story and reflections about that keep my doubts away. I try my best to use her rich and blessed life to encourage others to balance their lot in life against their blessings, however many obstacles they face.
I’m sorry for the times I’ve spoken ill of you and degraded you.
It may not be easy, but in due time, something will come your way.
If you are worn down emotionally right now, I get it. May you receive the nourishment you need to handle the gifts you've been given. I am grateful for you. The world needs your superpowers. And they are superpowers.
I still remember the day I received the results. "The baby tested positive for Down Syndrome." When the woman told me that I was having a girl, I collapsed to the floor and burst into tears. I was growing this precious life inside of me and was in love with her already. I was also suddenly afraid of all the unknowns.
I've thought all week about what I wanted to share with you. In fact, I thought about it for, four extra days.
So stop reading this. Go out there and do something.
With all of the stress that comes with teaching, I think it's easy to forget all the amazing things I experience as a teacher that would never be the status quo in a "normal job."
John is a homeschooled senior in high school. He takes dual credit courses at the University near our home. It's not been easy. As he nears graduation he's decided, he would like to join the Navy and in the Navy, he's interested in being a first responder.
Once I hit college, I began dating a little more, but I was terrified. I wasn't just terrified of guys; I was terrified of