Inner Battles

These past few weeks I have been asking myself one major question: What does a positive and confident woman look like? I am sure many of us quietly think about the kind of person we are becoming, and whether we are at least leaving some positive vibes in people’s lives. No one can deny the pressures of the world. We wish for every situation in our lives to go smoothly. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. In those frustrating and sometimes stressful instances, our attitude and character defines us. Often, we don’t even understand why these situations happen to us. So, we allow ourselves to see the world through the eyes of a victim. We begin to fuel ourselves with anger, judgement and loathing. We become content, believing we have a right to feel the way we do—Which we do, but it becomes harmful when we close our minds and hearts to others.

 I believe there is a constant battle inside of us where we struggle between right and wrong; We struggle whether we should put ourselves or other’s first. It’s human nature to think about what benefits us in situations and it’s hard to think of other’s first because it allows the opportunity for others to benefit. I’m not implying to make every decision based on others. What I am trying to explain is, a positive and confident woman feels secure enough to help others as she continues her own journey—To break free from the victim mentally. The more she fuels herself with positivity the more she can reach out to others and give people a sense of understanding.

So, my advice is for you to focus on building yourself in a positive way. In situations where is it easy and maybe even reasonable to get angry think about what your response should be: Would it be worth it to lash out or would it be better to find a different solution— A way for you to not fill yourself with guilt or anger?  Keep fighting that inner battle and you will see good consequences come out of it.

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Love Evelyn

Edited by Samantha McDonald

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