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Forgiveness Challenge: Day 4

While in a conversation today, I did have some cringe moments about an issue that has put a pit in my stomach since childhood. I just shrugged my shoulders to it when I noticed it and told myself that this person is an adult and her continuous fumbles over the same issues is her business and not mine. Then I devoured a salad. I figured out a way to just manage it. It doesn’t mean that the topic was not stressful, but I didn’t let it rule my day.

Petticoat Junkshun

20181004_100117While in a conversation today, I did have some cringe moments about an issue that has put a pit in my stomach since childhood. I just shrugged my shoulders to it when I noticed it and told myself that this person is an adult and her continuous fumbles over the same issues is her business and not mine. Then I devoured a salad. I figured out a way to just manage it. It doesn’t mean that the topic was not stressful, but I didn’t let it rule my day.
 
This part of the challenge doesn’t end here. This is continuous and maybe even jot some of what you notice and how you handle it down.
 
For tomorrow continue with noticing, but also think about the unintentional parts of the hurt. Did this person have circumstances in their lives that contributed to their actions? This isn’t an excuse more…

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Like any other human, I have fears, plans, joys. I engage in bad self-talk and I am at a crossroads as I get older because we get to watch our loved ones die more often now. We have mental illness in our family and I am still trying to understand it and strive to encourage success in my loved ones and crush the stigma. I am a culinary artist, group fitness instructor. I love nature and I enjoy writing about my heart on my sleeve.

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