The motivation today is that you are not alone and there is always a solution. Most of us, I included, often have a hard time with everyday struggles. Whether is an internal struggle with how you see yourself, the external struggle of others trying to take you to feel less than, or perhaps you financially struggle to provide for yourself and the ones you love. Either way, it can lead you to believe that you are less than worthy. This can give the feeling of being incomplete. I’ve dealt with this a lot through my years. With every problem in life, there is always a solution. Unfortunately, the solution may not be simple but take comfort in knowing that it is fixable. It just depends on if your willing to put in the work. The work may be physical, mental, or emotional. Just know that you are worth the work. To feel your self-worth you may need counseling or it may be as simple as just finding someone that you can trust and can vent to. Sometimes we just need a push in the right direction. Make sure you surround yourself with friends and family you can truly be open and vulnerable without judgment. That itself is priceless. If you don’t have that support then I’m sure you can find support groups to join where y’all have each other’s backs. The most important thing is to learn to have your own back. That’s key. You have to start believing in yourself. As long as you believe in yourself and never stop trying to reach your goals then the struggles you have will be worth it once you accomplish your dreams. As long as you have breath you have time to accomplish your dreams. So don’t let the struggle defer you from your dreams and your goals. You are worth it, you can do it and you deserve it.
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