What Are You Willing To Fight For?

What Are You Willing To Fight For?

Last installment, I went with a weakness and looked at reaching out for help and letting go of pride.

For Week 9, I decided to look at some positive aspects of pride and self preservation. I was thinking about Lee Daniels (as I am wearing her #cure shirt) and my dad and +Isabelle Fortin’s family, and all the others out there who fight for their lives, their dignity, their families, their homes, and everything else imaginable.

I thought to myself, “What am I willing to fight for?” Love? Family? Life? Happiness? Fulfillment?

Yes, yes, yes,and YES!!!!!

Using that strength and pride and need to persevere, I know what I will fight for in life – do you?

This installment, I explore #fightingforsomething.

Reaching Out For Help Is Hard To Do Unless The Need Is Dire

Reaching Out For Help Is Hard To Do Unless The Need Is Dire

During the last installment, I went with a strength piece. I looked all my goals and accomplishments and what parts of myself I tap into in order to reach those things.

For Week 8, I decided to look at a weaker side of myself. The side that has difficulty asking for help. I am a pretty self-sustaining human being and I like to think all the years as a single mom has taught me to rely on my own fortitude to get by, but what happens when help is needed?

When you are sinking fast and you have to reach out and scream for help?

You have to swallow your pride and reach out to someone for help. This is something that will probably always be a weakness for me. I like to think that I work on getting better at it from time to time, though!

This installment, I explore #askingforhelp .