Think about this?
As you begin your day, know that you will have struggles that will arise. The thing to remember is to not allow those struggles to change who you are. If it helps you feel better, everyone has struggles that will arise during their life time. Also, the thing to remember is, how you handle them. Will you handle it in a positive or negative way. Which ever way you handle one may change how you handle other ones in the future.
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We all have our own struggles in this world day after day that were trying to get through. And that is what makes us all unique to everyone else. But there is another thing that makes us all unique. And that is how we handle that struggle in our own lives.
Struggles come and go in all of our lives, but what matters most is learning from those struggles. Those same struggles have the ability to keep you awake or in tears every night over something. Or make you second guess yourself. Many times we just want a struggle to “JUST STOP”, because we may not understand it or for other reasons. But don’t let that struggle of yours win, don’t give it the power to make “YOUR” decisions in “YOUR LIFE.” You make them.
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My advice for you is to try and seek out a friend, a co-worker, a family member, or someone that you can trust in and someone who won’t judge you. If not a trusted individual then a counselor who might specialize in what your needing help with.
I will leave you with this. The well-respected singer Jason Gray sings a song entitled “Sparrows.” Here is a cool fact, Jason is also a PWS (person who stutters).
In this song he talks about you can’t add a single day by worrying, you’ll worry your life away. Don’t worry your life away. You can’t change a single thing by freakin’ out. It’s just gonna close you in.
Again I say, try and seek out help, there is no shame in asking for help.
Leave You With This Thought
In our everyday busy lives, let’s try to remember, those people that might not be accepted or laughed at, because they have a stutter. Or people don’t know what to say or how to react. Let’s educate. People who stutter also have a voice and the right to be heard, just like anyone else does.
For now, that’s a wrap. I am the Stuttering Designer. Connect with us on Instagram, Facebook & YouTube @sgpmediaservice and join the fam.
Thank you for coming along on this journey.
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