Strength of This Woman: A Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor
Jannelle Charlemagne (Author)
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DescriptionWhen we're afraid, that fear robs us of being content. Fear robs us from living a comfortable life; that fear also robs & rules a lot of people that feel stuck due to their fear. We will never be free from fear until we stop making excuses about situations in our lives. We can't punish ourselves & everyone else for what one person or others did & have done to cause the situation or for what has happened in our lives. We need to change the way we think & live in the now--present tense. Let the past be the past & let it stay in past tense. A person can't change what has happened, but can look forward to the future. Looking forward can reveal the possibilities that lie ahead and lead to change. As women & men, we need to find ways to stand up for ourselves & break free from our silence to get rid of fear & shame....We need to take steps to help ourselves become stronger & smarter. Honoring the process with patience, I'm taking the time to notice what I have rather than what I don't. I also continually practice shifting my focus to what's positive; that focus keeps me going along with me not giving up on myself even when at times I do feel and have been discouraged. It's hard but there's always hope! Despite my setbacks, pain, loss, hurt and struggles, I'm still making the best of a bad situation. Also I hope that even one person, and hopefully many more, can gain strength from my story.
November 10, 2011
8.5 X 11.0 X 0.24 inches | 0.52 pounds
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