What I know to be true today that I didn’t know 4 years ago

I have learned these as well. You can’t fix any body else’s life. You can’t change anybody else, you can only change how you let the affect you. How you react.
It’s okay to say no, even if they get angry or upset. Their feelings are not your responsibility.
Hard won lessons, but true ones.
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Cooking in Cowboy Boots

“We all have an unsuspected reserve of strength inside that emerges when life puts us to the test” – Isabelle Allende

Isn’t that the truth? Over the years, I’ve been blessed to have some great mentors, teachers, family & friends, cheerthat taught me some important lessons about life. Not to mention some hardships and challenges that have shaken and tried to break me, but the last 4 years have been the most relaxing, self-reflecting, sometimes rocky, life changing and possibly some of the most impactful years of my life (particularly the years since being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis). With each year that goes by since being on long term disability, I find that I am learning more and more about myself. And yes, sometimes it’s been hard both on me and on the people I love. But, here’s the thing, I am wiser today than I was 4 years ago…

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