I want this to become my mantra


I am so fighting to become the woman I want to be.  I am a warrior and I will get there.  In the end, I want to be very satisfied with whom I’ve become.  I also need to be satisfied by who I am now.  In spite of being very aware of younger parts of me on a regular basis, I really am the strong, caring, wise woman I want to be.  I guess I am fighting to maintain that awareness.


3 thoughts on “I want this to become my mantra

  1. It’s a beautiful vision. What scares me about it (and you know I’m not feeling my best self at the moment) is that I don’t have the strength to fight all the time, and I can see me beating myself up for not being the tireless warrior all the time. But you probably know that even your brave warrior self will need and deserve periodic rests.

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  2. You see, that’s the thing. You are fighting and you are a warrior. But even warriors lose battles, and get wounded, and need to retreat. My personal opinion, and you don’t have to agree with me, taking three months to be with yourself is fighting the battle. Even if you sleep for a week or two weeks or the whole time. You fought to get that time. You are fighting to have your life even after acknowledging something that you avoided until now. You are a warrior. I am impressed by you. Even if you don’t want to fine and you are a mess and you don’t know which way you are going. I hate to say it, but that happens from time to time or for periods of time.


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