It takes a great deal of bravery to face certain life events. These challenges can come in many forms and will test the courage of any individual to their very limits. As arduous as that may turn out to be, it can still be looked at from a positive point of view.

While some of the difficulties that are thrown in our paths may appear life-threateningly dire, that does not mean we should suffer alone. And by that, I do not mean ‘share the misery’. Everyone knows a problem shared lessens the burden. Sometimes, being open and honest in the face of unfavourable circumstances will generate, such healthy vibes both within and throughout, that healing on all levels occurs effortlessly.

In this Internet age, it is not just the rich and famous who can document their struggles in order to inspire. Anyone can do it. Giving strength to the masses when one is most vulnerable is an irony of life. Such unexpected blessings ought to be taken seriously and given their due.

It takes a special kind of person to want to help another when they are in need, themselves. Not everyone can or will be so generous. Yet, no one should judge anyone who chooses to concentrate on themselves as sometimes, this is the best one can do, for all concerned.

Being fearlessly bold when confronting harsh realities will definitely win admiration for those with spunk. Just knowing that another human being is counting on you to be a tower of strength can help pull you through some tough decisions. Being stubborn comes in handy at times such as these. If one is determined to give it their all and never give up, obstinacy is an asset.

No one really understands the nerve it takes to defy expert opinions and fight for a better future. It may not seem like it, but adversity can be a gift. One should take solace in that fact that they have reached an inner fortitude they may never have known existed. Fight on.


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