You just never know. . .

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Your just never know…


I read a post on Facebook the other day about suicide, it went something like the day I killed myself… I fell in love, I got that great promotion, my life changed.


I also preach that tomorrow can change your whole life, yes, you might be in a dark place right now, but everything can change in a instant!


People are so scared to ask for help, they feel so alone, they think no one understands what they are going through so they shut out the world and in that shut off world, it seems worst.


People ask me all the time how do you put all your business out there, I have no secrets, there are no skeletons in my closet, I am not afraid of the truth coming out, it’s out there and guess what? I am still here, still standing!


We all need to stop pretending that everything is perfect, that we are super people, not we aren’t all not hurt and broken, we all are. The sooner we start speaking the truth, the sooner we will be able to heal and help others heal as well.


It is human…we screw up, we fall down, we learn lessons, that is what we are supposed to do, why do we make it such a flaw? Such a character defect to be human?


How are we supposed to learn? How are we supposed to find the strength inside of us if we are so busy lying to the world about being perfect?


I lived “the I am perfect to the outside world” for so many years as I was dying on the inside. Yes, it looked like I had it all, nice house, fancy cars, lots of toys, a great marriage and kids…

All a facade, all a lie I was telling the world, showing them because I was afraid of the truth. I was in a verbally abusive marriage, my kids were acting out, I was misrable and I hated myself and my life to the point that I wanted to end it all….I know that pain, I know what the lies cost, it almost cost me my life.


But I never could see all the amazing things that would  happen to me. I would have missed this life I am now blessed with, if I had done it.


So today my friends, think about this…what are we teaching the next generation?  If your not perfect, your not worthy. No, we need to admit our mistakes, our failures, our pain.

We need to share the things that didn’t kill us but made us stronger. We have to open the closet doors and show others that the truth will set you free and that tomorrow….. well you never know what an incredible thing could happen to you tomorrow, if you give up.


Be the change you want to see”


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