62 thoughts on “Midweek Motivation ”

          1. You’re welcome. I’m glad. I know my sister Megan that living with an illness isn’t easy. Sometimes in the darkest moments of our lives we have to finding something deep within us to help us keep moving forward and keep going. I’m doing well. Taking one day at a time and just being grateful for each day and each moment I have. It’s the only way to live. Thank you and I wish the same for you.

          2. Thank you. She has good days and bad days. What she needs is emotional support. This disease has really taken a toll on her, but she’s such a strong woman. I truly admire her and her battle. Yes ma’am it is.

  1. I know it’s hard to smile when you’re not feeling well. It’s ok not to smile. But don’t take out your frustration on random strangers. They are not what caused your illness and all they are trying to do is help. Don’t blacken their world with your darkness.

    This isn’t to you. Just me venting from experience. It is great that you remember to be the light. I hope you keep on shining bright wherever you go. I have met some of the nicest, good people who are the sickest…

    1. I get where you’re coming from. I don’t think they are taking out frustrations on other people. I look at it as they are searching for support. Having chronic illnesses isn’t juat about not being able to smile. It changes your life, puts you in debt, and youre in pain 24/7. So I don’t think they are trying to complain rather this is their outlet to spread awareness to those who aren’t going through it and a way for them to get out that was on their mind. Some people just aren’t capable to keep a smile on. Luckily I’m strong enough to help others with my experiences and try to create a positive and upbeat vibe. Others aren’t able to seek the positive side as much and that’s why I’m making it a goal to help them

      1. That definitely is true. Thanks for pointing it out.
        Well, the “smile” was really just a word to cover being nice. Not just the literal sense of the word smile.
        To me, it’s just such a stark difference between people with the same illness being the nicest people and most caring about others vs. the most difficult, and selfish. Again, just my observation.
        It does depend on the person’s personality in the end.

  2. It like you full of shining light and beauty to behold as you push forward in life!!!!!!!!!!

  3. The toughest times can beat you down but just like a boxing match. The end I the round bell will ring. It’s not how much you got hit in the last round it’s how you get up for the next one. Battle through and you will indeed beat the fight, out of the darkness into the light

  4. This is honestly so great and thank you for all your motivational posts. I too have struggled with illness and I’ve found that the biggest thing that has helped me is keeping hope and keeping the faith.

    1. Thank you so much! I appreciate it! I have found that’s the best way to handle an illness is to find positives in every situation and to always habe faith and hope that things will get better. Best wishes!

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