A Worrier Or A Warrior?


Worrier or Warrior?

Do you stress over even the little things; things you may not even have control over?        
I was a major worrier, some time still am.
Maybe you aren’t but perhaps you are surrounded by them…
this is often not much better, maybe even worse.
Or it triggers your worry
Or you find yourself in an endless cycle of supporting each others negativity
Worriers spread doubt and oppress our own potential.
Worriers usually think they are helping you, some times even saving you.
When you are facing the big decisions in your life, there is no room for worry.
There is no room for fear. Logic yes, unrealistic or far reaching fears, NO.
Those people will say “well what if you fail?
What if it’s too hard?
What if you are never successful?
You know what you tell them…
What if I FLY!??
What if I am the catalyst that changes someones LIFE?
What if I CAN manifest my DREAMS and make them all TRUTHS?
Be the WARRIOR not a worrier!
And let them eat their words for breakfast!

💙 Susan


10 thoughts on “A Worrier Or A Warrior?

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    1. I highly recommend this book; Outthinking Overthinking: How to Overcome OCD by Correcting Faulty Reasoning. I bought it on Amazon. I think it was $10 and they had a kindle version too for less. I am a mental perfectionist and will procrastinate forever in making decisions worrying over every little thing about whatever. This book and daily personal development helps soooooo much!

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  1. Love this post!! My past is engrained in being the worrier, but recently have been building up my strengths to become a warrior! I will keep coming back to this post in the future to remind me to build myself up instead of letting my anxiousness and fears tear me down. Thank you!

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    1. 💙 Many thanks, I empowering and helping others find their voice and their strength has become more and more important to me as I reclaim my own! I am happy to know I have helped you on your journey!


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