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  • Losses are often great gains...
  • 113 3 9 hours ago
  • The worst thing you can do to yourself is wait for someone to change. People don't change overnight. People only modify their behavior when they're ready. They also do it for who they want to do it for, not because you ask them to. Keep in mind, loving someone doesn't mean you have to stick around for years, wasting your life waiting, for them to become who you expect them to become. Life doesn't work that way. Don't be that person. Live your life and live it with people that add to your life, not substract from it.

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  • The worst thing you can do to yourself is wait for someone to change. People don't change overnight. People only modify their behavior when they're ready. They also do it for who they want to do it for, not because you ask them to. Keep in mind, loving someone doesn't mean you have to stick around for years, wasting your life waiting, for them to become who you expect them to become. Life doesn't work that way. Don't be that person. Live your life and live it with people that add to your life, not substract from it.

    My books are available from the LINK IN MY BIO.

    #MSosa #LiveYourLife #DontWasteTime #quotes
  • 3,949 35 17 hours ago
  • TAG SOMEONE

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  • TAG SOMEONE

    My book "Things I Wish I Could've Told Him" and my other books are available through Amazon and bookdepository.com

    For eBook deals, click the link in my bio.

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  • 6,628 49 18 July, 2019
  • Have a birthday coming up? 🥳Listen girl, it’s time to SHINE. Episode 14 is now live with a guided meditation to manifest your best year yet PLUS a free worksheet to jot down all those goals. I recorded this on my birthday and wanted to share with all of you. Love you! 💕💕
  • Have a birthday coming up? 🥳Listen girl, it’s time to SHINE. Episode 14 is now live with a guided meditation to manifest your best year yet PLUS a free worksheet to jot down all those goals. I recorded this on my birthday and wanted to share with all of you. Love you! 💕💕
  • 560 1 11 hours ago
  • For many of us, opening our hearts and being vulnerable feels like a big risk.

It might be that we were shamed or rejected when we were vulnerable in the past, or that we felt taken advantage of when we let others in.

For some of us, vulnerability simply wasn’t modeled in our first family, and so it feels scary to show up in such a raw and open way.

Our bodies store memory of trauma, pain, rejection, and loss.

We hold on to every time it was unsafe to show up in our hearts, and slowly, the body begins to shield and contract.

One of the greatest challenges of relationship is learning to be completely honest and forthright about what it is that we are feeling.

Instead of honesty, most of us will opt for self-protection.

This is where conflict grows - out of something that if stated honestly, could likely be dissolved in minutes.

But because we are afraid to say what we are truly feeling, or show our hearts when we’re feeling hurt, unloved, afraid or uncertain - we hide our vulnerability and instead bare our fangs.

In a healthy relationship where both people truly want to learn and grow together, one of the main tasks between them is to practice saying what they are really feeling, and asking for what they need.
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“That hurt my feelings, I’m sensitive today and I need gentleness”, rather than a defensive or snarky comment.
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“I’m feeling afraid that you’re going to leave, I just need to sit here and make eye contact for a moment”, rather than walling up and pushing away.
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“I’m feeling defensive right now, I’m afraid you will be grossed out by my vulnerability”, instead of moving to the front line of defense.
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This is how we practice “softening” in relationship. Where we slowly practice bringing our truth and showing our hearts even when it feels like a big risk.

As long as we are shutting love out, we’ll never know the capacity we have to be seen and held in the fullness of who we are.

We heal as we learn that we’re safe to be unguarded in our love and vulnerability. As we make honesty and connection more important than being right.

Words @sheleanaaiyana of @risingwoman
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  • For many of us, opening our hearts and being vulnerable feels like a big risk.

    It might be that we were shamed or rejected when we were vulnerable in the past, or that we felt taken advantage of when we let others in.

    For some of us, vulnerability simply wasn’t modeled in our first family, and so it feels scary to show up in such a raw and open way.

    Our bodies store memory of trauma, pain, rejection, and loss.

    We hold on to every time it was unsafe to show up in our hearts, and slowly, the body begins to shield and contract.

    One of the greatest challenges of relationship is learning to be completely honest and forthright about what it is that we are feeling.

    Instead of honesty, most of us will opt for self-protection.

    This is where conflict grows - out of something that if stated honestly, could likely be dissolved in minutes.

    But because we are afraid to say what we are truly feeling, or show our hearts when we’re feeling hurt, unloved, afraid or uncertain - we hide our vulnerability and instead bare our fangs.

    In a healthy relationship where both people truly want to learn and grow together, one of the main tasks between them is to practice saying what they are really feeling, and asking for what they need.
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    “That hurt my feelings, I’m sensitive today and I need gentleness”, rather than a defensive or snarky comment.
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    “I’m feeling afraid that you’re going to leave, I just need to sit here and make eye contact for a moment”, rather than walling up and pushing away.
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    “I’m feeling defensive right now, I’m afraid you will be grossed out by my vulnerability”, instead of moving to the front line of defense.
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    This is how we practice “softening” in relationship. Where we slowly practice bringing our truth and showing our hearts even when it feels like a big risk.

    As long as we are shutting love out, we’ll never know the capacity we have to be seen and held in the fullness of who we are.

    We heal as we learn that we’re safe to be unguarded in our love and vulnerability. As we make honesty and connection more important than being right.

    Words @sheleanaaiyana of @risingwoman
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    #relationship #connection #conflict #communication #breakup #divorce
  • 11,769 106 12 hours ago
  • TAG A FRIEND that needs this.

You might not see it now but eventually, you won't be burdened by the heartbreak. You'll become unapologetically resilient 👏🏻 Patience

My books are available through the link in my bio.

#MSosa #YoullBeOkay #YouDeserveMore
  • TAG A FRIEND that needs this.

    You might not see it now but eventually, you won't be burdened by the heartbreak. You'll become unapologetically resilient 👏🏻 Patience

    My books are available through the link in my bio.

    #MSosa #YoullBeOkay #YouDeserveMore
  • 1,470 18 9 hours ago
  • When we carry a dysfunctional perception of love (either giving endlessly <<Codependency or taking endlessly <<Narcissism), our view of intimacy is often the same— we mistake sex for intimacy. Sex may be the product of intimacy but it cannot create intimacy. The reality is that healthy love is about giving just as much as it is about receiving. Intimacy is about deeply seeing another just as much as you allow them to see you. 
Intimacy is an integral part of a relationship. It’s what separates the authentic, deep love from the superficial. The intimate connections form with people who relate to us in certain ways. 
They form with people who are committed to understanding us even when we are struggling to understand ourselves. 
People that hold space for us to be vulnerable without using what we’ve shared against us. People who validate our experience + our past, not shame us for it. People who focus on the good in us even when we’ve made mistakes. People who love us despite our flaws. People who respect our boundaries (and expect the same). People who aren’t afraid of accountability, apologizing, and accepting responsibility. People who are there by our side through thick and thin, not only when it’s fun & easy. These people are participants in growth, not a hindrance to it. These are the people we want to be intimate with. 
We become aware of what we need through the relationships that didn’t hold those qualities. The silver lining is that the “failed” relationships teach us how to be that in which we didn’t receive as well. Be what you wish to attract. We won’t feel worthy of a quality partner until we are right there, willing and able to push ourselves out of the comfort of giving to people that could never be truly intimate with us. Believe in your worth so much so that you give your love to people that are able to take it in, value it, and reciprocate. That’s true intimacy.
  • When we carry a dysfunctional perception of love (either giving endlessly < Intimacy is an integral part of a relationship. It’s what separates the authentic, deep love from the superficial. The intimate connections form with people who relate to us in certain ways.
    They form with people who are committed to understanding us even when we are struggling to understand ourselves.
    People that hold space for us to be vulnerable without using what we’ve shared against us. People who validate our experience + our past, not shame us for it. People who focus on the good in us even when we’ve made mistakes. People who love us despite our flaws. People who respect our boundaries (and expect the same). People who aren’t afraid of accountability, apologizing, and accepting responsibility. People who are there by our side through thick and thin, not only when it’s fun & easy. These people are participants in growth, not a hindrance to it. These are the people we want to be intimate with.
    We become aware of what we need through the relationships that didn’t hold those qualities. The silver lining is that the “failed” relationships teach us how to be that in which we didn’t receive as well. Be what you wish to attract. We won’t feel worthy of a quality partner until we are right there, willing and able to push ourselves out of the comfort of giving to people that could never be truly intimate with us. Believe in your worth so much so that you give your love to people that are able to take it in, value it, and reciprocate. That’s true intimacy.
  • 196 5 11 hours ago

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  • When people hit adversity, it's important that you accept the challenge and change accordingly. It may be uncomfortable at first, but the long-term benefits are worth it. Click the link in the bio to schedule a session with one of our skilled counselors, therapists, or psychologists.
  • When people hit adversity, it's important that you accept the challenge and change accordingly. It may be uncomfortable at first, but the long-term benefits are worth it. Click the link in the bio to schedule a session with one of our skilled counselors, therapists, or psychologists.
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  • #SelfieWorth Challenge Day 2 
Did you take a photo of yourself yesterday? If not, do it now!
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As you look back at the photo, compliment yourself! This is the important part.
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When I look at this photo of me I tell myself that I am a fun person and full of joy.
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That doesn’t mean that I don’t still struggle with healing. Last night I had a bad moment while trying to fall asleep and actually googled my abusive ex husband.
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He’s building affordable housing and is all smiles in the opening day photos. I know who he really is. All the charitable projects in the world won’t change who he is inside.
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What did I gain from that? NOTHINGGGG! But I was actually able to stop thinking about it and move on to restful sleep. He’s a liar and a bad person, but I’m not. I am working to make a difference in other people’s life from a place of love. I am a happy and healthy person (working on getting even healthier) who is doing their best to strengthen my community and leave people and places better than I found them.
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Today is a new day. Take a selfie, give yourself some love, and celebrate the good in yourself.
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#iamenough #iamworthy #iambeautiful #insideandout #selfcare #lifeafter #divorce #domesticabuse #healing #domesticviolence #healingjourney #ptsd #nocontact #paintedpink #paintstherosespink
  • #SelfieWorth Challenge Day 2
    Did you take a photo of yourself yesterday? If not, do it now!
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    As you look back at the photo, compliment yourself! This is the important part.
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    When I look at this photo of me I tell myself that I am a fun person and full of joy.
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    That doesn’t mean that I don’t still struggle with healing. Last night I had a bad moment while trying to fall asleep and actually googled my abusive ex husband.
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    He’s building affordable housing and is all smiles in the opening day photos. I know who he really is. All the charitable projects in the world won’t change who he is inside.
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    What did I gain from that? NOTHINGGGG! But I was actually able to stop thinking about it and move on to restful sleep. He’s a liar and a bad person, but I’m not. I am working to make a difference in other people’s life from a place of love. I am a happy and healthy person (working on getting even healthier) who is doing their best to strengthen my community and leave people and places better than I found them.
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    Today is a new day. Take a selfie, give yourself some love, and celebrate the good in yourself.
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    #iamenough #iamworthy #iambeautiful #insideandout #selfcare #lifeafter #divorce #domesticabuse #healing #domesticviolence #healingjourney #ptsd #nocontact #paintedpink #paintstherosespink
  • 17 3 14 hours ago
  • A few days ago I did a post about friends and support.  Today you will see a bulls eye, you know the one you throw darts at with various games?? But today I want you to do a visualization...I want you to think of your circle of friends, maybe even list them out, it can be 1 person or 10+. Now you see that small red center?  You know, the bulls eye?? That is the circle you put your closest friend/friends in.  As you can see that circle is very small so you can only fit one or two friends in that circle.  Now the green circle around the bulls eye, maybe you can add 1-2 more.  Use the bulls eye to fill in where your friends are in your life with your closest friend being in the center.

When you meet new "friends" maybe they are on the outside ring and have to work their way into the center rings and maybe friends that you thought were close are more on the outer rings, there is nothing wrong with that. You see YOU have the option to put your friends where they belong on your dart board...YOU get to determine who is in your center and YOU get to move your friends to the appropriate rings...with acquaintances in the outer part or in that small section between the number and the bulls eye.

This visual has helped many clients to better understand friends and their inner circle and I hope it helps you as well.

Come join me...(men and woman) in a private Facebook group. It's new and I already have some pretty amazing people, please click on the bio in my profile, thank you!

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  • A few days ago I did a post about friends and support. Today you will see a bulls eye, you know the one you throw darts at with various games?? But today I want you to do a visualization...I want you to think of your circle of friends, maybe even list them out, it can be 1 person or 10+. Now you see that small red center? You know, the bulls eye?? That is the circle you put your closest friend/friends in. As you can see that circle is very small so you can only fit one or two friends in that circle. Now the green circle around the bulls eye, maybe you can add 1-2 more. Use the bulls eye to fill in where your friends are in your life with your closest friend being in the center.

    When you meet new "friends" maybe they are on the outside ring and have to work their way into the center rings and maybe friends that you thought were close are more on the outer rings, there is nothing wrong with that. You see YOU have the option to put your friends where they belong on your dart board...YOU get to determine who is in your center and YOU get to move your friends to the appropriate rings...with acquaintances in the outer part or in that small section between the number and the bulls eye.

    This visual has helped many clients to better understand friends and their inner circle and I hope it helps you as well.

    Come join me...(men and woman) in a private Facebook group. It's new and I already have some pretty amazing people, please click on the bio in my profile, thank you!

    #divorced #divorce #divorcesupport #divorcedmom #lifeafterdivorce #divorcedparents #divorcerecovery #single #divorcecoach #love #divorcedlife #separation #divorcelife #movingon #seperation #singlemother #marriage #relationships #singleparent #singlemomlife #2ndlifeclub #justbreathe #lifecoach #lifecoaching #divorcesucks #staystrong #loveyourselftoday #doitforyou #itsnoteasy #littlebitsof_life
  • 11 0 14 hours ago
  • The complicated relationship I had with my home and my father
  • The complicated relationship I had with my home and my father
  • 14 2 14 hours ago
  • Let me be real. Dating post-divorce can be hard and awkward, especially within the Church and church culture. Dating itself is hard enough. Being single in a church that is family-oriented is hard enough. Throw divorce and trauma and mental illness on top of that... 🤯I recently re-watched the classic, “The Singles’ Ward,” a Mormon movie about a guy trying to figure out his life after getting divorced. He describes trying to go to church after and says, “I felt like I was walking around with RECALL stamped on my forehead.” I usually refer to it as the “Scarlet D.” 🚫🚫
When do you tell the person you’re interested in that you’ve been divorced? The first date? The hundredth date? Never? Do they have a right to know or is the past better left in the past? How do you even have the conversation? 🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️
Sometimes I blurted it out in the middle of the drive home. Sometimes I never brought it up. Sometimes I did an overly-dramatic buildup that put suspense novels to shame. Sometimes I added them on social media so they could see from my posts and I wouldn’t have to tell them. It was always hard and awkward, but it honestly always went fairly well, except for the awkward questions that follow and that one time someone said, “I mean... If you had problems, shouldn’t you have figured them out BEFORE you got married?” 🙃 That was a great conversation.

But even once the relationship starts, I have needed to be with someone who has the patience and the understanding and the emotional bandwidth to help my through my relationship-related trauma.

Being in a relationship with relationship-related PTSD is exhausting and difficult. I cry a lot. He cries a lot. We sort through it together. Sometimes he unknowingly does things that trigger a deep, healing wound he didn’t cause. Sometimes I can’t look at our relationship without seeing double vision of my past marriage, and I react out of fear, expecting abuse or manipulation when my partner has never abused or manipulated me. It is HARD.

But I also agree with the wise words of JoJo (remember her?? 🎤) in the movie Aquamarine. 🧜🏽‍♀️ “There’s a reason everybody wants [love] so much. It’s the closest thing we have to magic.” ✨
  • Let me be real. Dating post-divorce can be hard and awkward, especially within the Church and church culture. Dating itself is hard enough. Being single in a church that is family-oriented is hard enough. Throw divorce and trauma and mental illness on top of that... 🤯I recently re-watched the classic, “The Singles’ Ward,” a Mormon movie about a guy trying to figure out his life after getting divorced. He describes trying to go to church after and says, “I felt like I was walking around with RECALL stamped on my forehead.” I usually refer to it as the “Scarlet D.” 🚫🚫
    When do you tell the person you’re interested in that you’ve been divorced? The first date? The hundredth date? Never? Do they have a right to know or is the past better left in the past? How do you even have the conversation? 🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️
    Sometimes I blurted it out in the middle of the drive home. Sometimes I never brought it up. Sometimes I did an overly-dramatic buildup that put suspense novels to shame. Sometimes I added them on social media so they could see from my posts and I wouldn’t have to tell them. It was always hard and awkward, but it honestly always went fairly well, except for the awkward questions that follow and that one time someone said, “I mean... If you had problems, shouldn’t you have figured them out BEFORE you got married?” 🙃 That was a great conversation.

    But even once the relationship starts, I have needed to be with someone who has the patience and the understanding and the emotional bandwidth to help my through my relationship-related trauma.

    Being in a relationship with relationship-related PTSD is exhausting and difficult. I cry a lot. He cries a lot. We sort through it together. Sometimes he unknowingly does things that trigger a deep, healing wound he didn’t cause. Sometimes I can’t look at our relationship without seeing double vision of my past marriage, and I react out of fear, expecting abuse or manipulation when my partner has never abused or manipulated me. It is HARD.

    But I also agree with the wise words of JoJo (remember her?? 🎤) in the movie Aquamarine. 🧜🏽‍♀️ “There’s a reason everybody wants [love] so much. It’s the closest thing we have to magic.” ✨
  • 47 5 14 hours ago
  • This is me in 2013, halfway through my divorce process. Hair done. Nails done. Makeup done. A HUGE smile on my face pretending that life is great when I was secretly dying inside. The depression was so real and I was doing everything under the sun to keep it together, because you know... that’s what we do when things are falling apart and we have yet to accept reality.
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I remember going to every activity at church and trying to be a part of community but I found myself in the wrong circles. The drinking, the promiscuity, and the destructive behavior became familiar to me. I had “nothing” else, but at least I was wanted somewhere.
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I remember feeling like such a failure and crying every single night because I had told myself I would never get a divorce. I was hell bent on staying married even through adultery. My family of origin didn’t have a chance at a healthy marriage and I was committed to live happily ever after regardless of the dysfunction in my marriage but I failed at that also. The condemnation I felt on a daily basis was a reminder that the picture perfect life I was living on the outside for years was simply a mirage and I now felt exposed. It took all of God’s grace that Summer of 2013 to keep me alive and remind me that I was worthy of love.
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To the girl or guy going through a divorce or fresh out of it. I see you. I know you dreamt of happily ever after and things didn’t work out, but know that your divorce does not define you. I know you replay takes in your head of all the things you could have done to keep your marriage together, but know that you don’t have to carry that weight. I know you are wondering if you are now damaged goods and if anyone will ever want you, know that you are loved and have so much to offer a mate. I know that you are in pain right now and trying to make it through this season, but know that this too shall pass and the hurt will soon be healed. I know that you are dreaming of a future where you can love and trust again, and it is hard, but know this... you are worthy of love! Divorce is not a mark of your inability to love well, don’t let it define you. Be made whole... you are more precious than rubies!
  • This is me in 2013, halfway through my divorce process. Hair done. Nails done. Makeup done. A HUGE smile on my face pretending that life is great when I was secretly dying inside. The depression was so real and I was doing everything under the sun to keep it together, because you know... that’s what we do when things are falling apart and we have yet to accept reality.

    I remember going to every activity at church and trying to be a part of community but I found myself in the wrong circles. The drinking, the promiscuity, and the destructive behavior became familiar to me. I had “nothing” else, but at least I was wanted somewhere.

    I remember feeling like such a failure and crying every single night because I had told myself I would never get a divorce. I was hell bent on staying married even through adultery. My family of origin didn’t have a chance at a healthy marriage and I was committed to live happily ever after regardless of the dysfunction in my marriage but I failed at that also. The condemnation I felt on a daily basis was a reminder that the picture perfect life I was living on the outside for years was simply a mirage and I now felt exposed. It took all of God’s grace that Summer of 2013 to keep me alive and remind me that I was worthy of love.

    To the girl or guy going through a divorce or fresh out of it. I see you. I know you dreamt of happily ever after and things didn’t work out, but know that your divorce does not define you. I know you replay takes in your head of all the things you could have done to keep your marriage together, but know that you don’t have to carry that weight. I know you are wondering if you are now damaged goods and if anyone will ever want you, know that you are loved and have so much to offer a mate. I know that you are in pain right now and trying to make it through this season, but know that this too shall pass and the hurt will soon be healed. I know that you are dreaming of a future where you can love and trust again, and it is hard, but know this... you are worthy of love! Divorce is not a mark of your inability to love well, don’t let it define you. Be made whole... you are more precious than rubies!
  • 24 12 14 hours ago
  • There may be people in our lives who judge. They might look down on you for laughing, going out, being adventurous, or starting a new relationship. They might think, “We’ll, it must not have been that important, look at him or her.” My response is, first, don’t worry about those people. They will always find something in someone because there is something they aren’t happy with. People who are truly happy don’t judge like that. Second, in some cases you don’t have a choice. I didn’t. I was left. What took two people to enter into to it took one to end. If you don’t have a say in the matter, if you’ve done all that you can, then you don’t have a choice but to move on. So how will you move on? Will you live or die. I choose to live. Third, sometimes God puts people in our path. Entering from one relationship to another might be exactly what God wants for us because He knows that’s what we need. I, personally, I wasn’t looking. I had a friend who went through the same thing who was there for me. Friendship blossomed. It’s what I needed and ultimately, what I wanted. There’s no rhyme or reason, except trusting God knows more than you. My point with this post is, choose happiness despite what you’ve been through and what people think. It’s your life. Love it. Concur it. 
Held is a 501c3 dedicated to healing, encouraging, and loving those going through divorce. Follow us for support and love. 
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  • There may be people in our lives who judge. They might look down on you for laughing, going out, being adventurous, or starting a new relationship. They might think, “We’ll, it must not have been that important, look at him or her.” My response is, first, don’t worry about those people. They will always find something in someone because there is something they aren’t happy with. People who are truly happy don’t judge like that. Second, in some cases you don’t have a choice. I didn’t. I was left. What took two people to enter into to it took one to end. If you don’t have a say in the matter, if you’ve done all that you can, then you don’t have a choice but to move on. So how will you move on? Will you live or die. I choose to live. Third, sometimes God puts people in our path. Entering from one relationship to another might be exactly what God wants for us because He knows that’s what we need. I, personally, I wasn’t looking. I had a friend who went through the same thing who was there for me. Friendship blossomed. It’s what I needed and ultimately, what I wanted. There’s no rhyme or reason, except trusting God knows more than you. My point with this post is, choose happiness despite what you’ve been through and what people think. It’s your life. Love it. Concur it.
    Held is a 501c3 dedicated to healing, encouraging, and loving those going through divorce. Follow us for support and love.
    #heldfoundation #healing #hope #jesus s #christians #divorcesupport #divorce #encouragement #decisions #love #marriage #womenshealth #menshealth #womenoffaith #menoffaith #believeinyourself #believe #letgoletgod #faith #lovequotes #strength #bible #letgo #livingchristian #god #pray #prayer
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  • Friday wind down: unclench your jaw, stretch your arms out, take a deep breath- you are here, now. 🌟
  • Friday wind down: unclench your jaw, stretch your arms out, take a deep breath- you are here, now. 🌟
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  • Welcome to the life you’re projecting. When I look at many aspects of my life and reality, I can totally see how I’m projecting it’s existence from my conscious and subconscious belief matrix. For example, I have many prejudices and biases that I not only practice, but believe in. I’d like to tell myself that I’m not prejudiced, but when I really look at many of my behaviors objectively, I am. I have racist, sexist, nationalist, classist, genderist, ethnicist, religionist, etc beliefs and practices. Sometimes it’s hard to admit and face the truth, but I do. When I look at the world, it’s not much different than me and how I am. I can honestly say that I would probably act similarly to many of the people I judge if I were born into their predicament. I’m not better than them - I am them in a different skin, country, DNA package, astrological makeup, and body suit. Another example are my finances. The truth is, my finances reflect my deepest beliefs about money, economics, self worth, and work ethic. My finances reflect my openness and willingness to either go outside my comfort zone or stay cozily in it. That’s where I am financially. I have no illusions why I’m not a multi-billionaire right now. I’m clear on the financial reality I’m projecting. .
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The New Paradigm Relationship Intensive September 5-8 in Asheville, NC http://bit.ly/npri2019 (link in bio)
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I Create My Life Volume 1 on Amazon http://bit.ly/ICML-Amazon .
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#rafacts #JujuMama #JujuMamaLoveAcademy #ICreateMyLife #ProgressiveLove #ProgressiveLoveAcademy #SelfHelp #OpenRelating #Polyamory #Masculine #Powers #LifeCoach #LoveCoach #RelationshipGoals #Relationship #Freedom #Spirituality #Astrology #RakhemSeku #SelfLove #OneLove #jujumama #marriage #divorce #blackandpoly #growth #empowerment
  • Welcome to the life you’re projecting. When I look at many aspects of my life and reality, I can totally see how I’m projecting it’s existence from my conscious and subconscious belief matrix. For example, I have many prejudices and biases that I not only practice, but believe in. I’d like to tell myself that I’m not prejudiced, but when I really look at many of my behaviors objectively, I am. I have racist, sexist, nationalist, classist, genderist, ethnicist, religionist, etc beliefs and practices. Sometimes it’s hard to admit and face the truth, but I do. When I look at the world, it’s not much different than me and how I am. I can honestly say that I would probably act similarly to many of the people I judge if I were born into their predicament. I’m not better than them - I am them in a different skin, country, DNA package, astrological makeup, and body suit. Another example are my finances. The truth is, my finances reflect my deepest beliefs about money, economics, self worth, and work ethic. My finances reflect my openness and willingness to either go outside my comfort zone or stay cozily in it. That’s where I am financially. I have no illusions why I’m not a multi-billionaire right now. I’m clear on the financial reality I’m projecting. .
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    The New Paradigm Relationship Intensive September 5-8 in Asheville, NC http://bit.ly/npri2019 (link in bio)
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    .
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    I Create My Life Volume 1 on Amazon http://bit.ly/ICML-Amazon .
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    #rafacts #JujuMama #JujuMamaLoveAcademy #ICreateMyLife #ProgressiveLove #ProgressiveLoveAcademy #SelfHelp #OpenRelating #Polyamory #Masculine #Powers #LifeCoach #LoveCoach #RelationshipGoals #Relationship #Freedom #Spirituality #Astrology #RakhemSeku #SelfLove #OneLove #jujumama #marriage #divorce #blackandpoly #growth #empowerment
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  • #Divorce 🎬 HBO Protagonizada por Sarah Jessica Parker, quien también es la productora ejecutiva de la serie, esta nueva temporada sigue a Frances (Parker) y su ex marido Robert (Thomas Haden Church)
* Todas las temporadas disponibles por HBO GO #CineFull Dibox 📺💻
  • #Divorce 🎬 HBO Protagonizada por Sarah Jessica Parker, quien también es la productora ejecutiva de la serie, esta nueva temporada sigue a Frances (Parker) y su ex marido Robert (Thomas Haden Church)
    * Todas las temporadas disponibles por HBO GO #CineFull Dibox 📺💻
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  • We’ll get there eventually
  • We’ll get there eventually
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