Look within & Live your greatest life.

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Let go to see what unfolds.

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It’s okay to be sad.

It’s okay to be sad. There’s no shame in how we feel and sometimes, we just need to ride out the emotion. For the heart often reveals what our words fail to say. Don’t let anyone belittle how you feel – it’s yours and yours only. And unless they understand, you may want to take sometime to stay away from people like this. Sometimes, a good cry and sleep is all you might need. It’s important to acknowledge the pain and feel the sadness but don’t stay in that place forever, and don’t be tempted to feel sorry for yourself. It’s natural to feel sad by the situation or circumstance but don’t play the victim because playing the victim robs you of your inner strength. You see, sadness can either strengthen you or weaken you. The choice is up to you.

After your sadness has dissipated, start filling yourself back up with things that are inspirational, heart warming, and joyful. This’ll help you to think and feel outside of yourself – bringing to mind all the awesomeness and beauty in this world.

Our pain, after it’s done, is not meant to be self-serving but rather an outpouring of courage and strength into others who are struggling in their own storms of life.

©2014 Susie Lee

Sadness

18 ways to be strong everyday.

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18 things mentally strong people do

What my body has taught me…

WhatThe beautiful and poetic words written by Marianne Elliott spoke deep to my heart and still echoes within my soul. May we take the time to listen to the wondrous and mysterious things our bodies are trying to say to us everyday.

©2014 Susie Lee

20 things to start doing in your relationships.

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20 things

Don’t quit.

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Don't quit