I love this post! It’s such a great reminder of something that most of us too often forget. 🙂

GentleKindness

clouds 5

gentlekindnesscoaching.com sign up for email specials and discounts- or reserve your coaching time

There is a great healing that comes along with accepting ourselves just as we are. You are not a compilation of your mistakes. You are the beautiful person inside that is more meaningful to life than you realize.

Once we can do that then we can begin to explore who we can become. We do not have to be entrapped in a perception that because we have not done things in the past that we cannot do them.

Others say things about us. They label us, describe us, talk about us. They tell us what we can do, what we can’t do, what we should do.

They advise us on our careers, families, religious beliefs.  Other people’s opinions can limit us if we choose to believe their perception of us. 
They can  limit our potential.
They…

View original post 510 more words

Blogging 101 : Introduce Yourself!

Hi everyone!  I am taking The Daily Post’s Blogging University courses somewhat in reverse order.  I completed Blogging 201 last week and today I’m excited to begin Blogging 101.

Please bear with me as I participate in another Blogging U course, as I will likely publish posts as a part of some assignments.  While they may not always be directly related to my usual topic, hopefully they will be educational and/or interesting to those who have a desire to learn more about blogging.  At the very least, they will help me learn how to become a better blogger, which is a “win-win” situation for everyone.

 Today’s assignment: write and publish a “who I am and why I’m here” post.

I still consider my blog relatively new, but I am amazed and delighted at how quickly it seems to be evolving each day.  I’ve already learned a lot and gained quite a few awesome followers, so I am very happy with its progress.

The main topic of my blog is chronic illness and chronic pain.  The conditions that I will concentrate on the most are those which are not visible to the naked eye, which is why I titled the blog Invisible Pain Warriors.

I write about the daily struggles of living with chronic illness and chronic pain, occasionally touching on infertility, how these issues affect my husband and I in our daily lives, how other are affected, tips on how to deal with various issues associated with chronic illness and chronic pain, along with our challenges and triumphs along the way. Continue reading