As I mentioned a few posts earlier, I'm participating in the 30 Days of Truth challenge. If you are not quite sure of what the challenge is, click here. I have decided that February is the perfect time to begin this challenge and for the next few days I will be posting consecutively. It's a little odd exposing myself to blog readers, but I think it's a good exercise that will be beneficial.
My first, second, third, and fourth inclination here is to write that there is nothing that I hate about myself. However, that isn't entirely being truthful, which is the whole point of this exercise.
So, here it goes. I give positive advice to others but am always negative when it comes to my own situations. I am the person that my friends would come to if they were in jail, need relationship advice, or having problems at home. I have always been the strong and positive force for them. I always tell them to, "Look on the bright side" or "Trouble doesn't last always". However, secretly...I simply don't follow my own advice!
Overall, I really do believe the advice that I give my friends. However, when I have a bad situation, to me...its the end of the world! I can get depressed and seclusive. People often have misconceptions of me. I am the strong, positive, and happy-go-lucky-person without a problem in the world. Yet, the truth is, I do have my own problems. I simply don't go out and blab them to the entire world. I have fears and may cry just like the next person can.
I have recognized this flaw a long time ago. I have been working on my own faith and being positive in my own situations. I guess, like everyone else, we are a WORK IN PROGRESS!
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