Taking My Own Advice

Today, I took my own advice. I got the fear out of my chest. I stopped my poor misguided actions that were wrapped in “people pleasing” and told my truth. It could change things forever, but it had to be done. Things may get worse before they get better, but me not being me doesn’t help anybody.

I can’t hold back. Someone else’s one life is just as important as your one life. You got to be accountable and responsible for your happiness. Sometimes that means making sure that others are happy around you.

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