In my 41 years of life I must say that I’ve had some difficult times and I’ve had times. I also can say though that even though I’ve had it hard that my circumstances have not broken me. I’ve gotten through them times cause I’m still here standing. Through those times I’ve realize that there is always a way to get through whatever comes your way. The hard part is not to give up when it gets tough. It may be uncomfortable or something that you’re not use to but there is always a way. Progress is usually on the other side of discomfort so never be discouraged when things get uncomfortable. Work your way though it. The greater the reward in the end usually happens when you do something different than you are use to. Are you in debt or want something like a house that you thought was out of your reach? Then it can be fixed. You may need to do extra like a second job or maybe get more training to put yourself in a better position of making more. Yes its extra and it may take more of your time. But it can be done. Do you want a relationship in your life to be better whether its family, romantic or otherwise then it can be fixed. You may need to put more effort in. Or maybe opposite. Maybe someone who is around is toxic and you have the harsh reality that you will have to leave them behind so you can grow and better take care of yourself. Going on without them may seem lonely but you have to in order for you to have peace. All these situations and more may cross your mind and you may be like “this is impossible to do.” But they are not. There is always a solution to any problem but again it may seem difficult or even foreign to you. Just know that it is always possible as long as you do not give up. Keep fighting, keep working and keep the faith. Victory will be yours in the end.
Published by Keysha Sawyer
My name is Keysha. I'm in the medical professional and I'm a single mom of two wonderful children. I'm also a writer. In my 20's I was a poet. However, when my children were younger it was hard to write but now that they are teens it is time to get back to my passions which are writing and trying to help people. View all posts by Keysha Sawyer