You’ve got this.

July 21, 2017

got-thisYou’re strong.
You’re powerful.
You’ve Got This.

Maybe you’re facing a tough health challenge. Maybe you’ve lost someone dear. Sometimes, there’s no telling what the fates have in store for us. We can buckle under the burden or we can rise to the challenge. We always have a choice.

I want to encourage you to stand in your power.
Because regardless of the diagnosis or news, you’re strong.
Don’t let it cripple you because you’re going to need every bit of strength you’ve got.
And one more thing.
You’ve got this.
You may not think you do, but you do.

Have faith.
Stand in your power.
You’ve got this.

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You’ve GOT this.

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26 comments on “You’ve got this.
  1. Neha says:

    Greif is such a personal thing and everyone has a way to deal with it, but reading a few good words, a kind nudge and a some inspirational lines like yours can go a long way.

  2. This is wonderful. One of the things that makes grief so hard to get through is how individual it is. We all process it differently, and there is no one size fits all way to get through it.

  3. Sheena says:

    Thank you for saying it. Life is beautiful, it’s a blessing and we need to embrace it with all it’s ups and downs. I truly feel you poured your heart out in this blog and I hope enough people read it and know they’re each special.

  4. Today is the 39th anniversary of my mother’s death. This post was very timely for me.

  5. Jeni says:

    Grief is one of those emotions that there is not a “fix all” or “one size fits all” solution for. Kind words, encouragement, and uplifting friends help a lot, but in the end, only time can heal everything. It’s so important to stay positive and remember that you can do anything if you believe in yourself and think you can.

  6. Perla says:

    Yes, indeed, I was strong and powerful for too long, now I just want to be weak and vulnerable for a change.Only if I could. But I got this 🙂

  7. This is simply amazing and a wonderful thing you are doing. Your packages are sure to brighten anyone’s day and remind them that yes they CAN do it!

  8. Marcie W. says:

    Thank you for this uplifting post! Although it may seem trivial to some, I am still mourning the loss of our dog, who passed away last month. The grief his death has caused is far more than I ever could have imagined.

  9. Grace says:

    you start off with with the correct sentences! I have lost a lot of family member in a short period of time including my parents. I was always very strong as I was the pillar for the rest of the family to keep every thing intact. But there is actually nothing wrong wit being vulnerable sometimes.

  10. Claudia Krusch says:

    This is a great post. We all need some encouragement sometimes. My friend had great results with hypnotherapy.

  11. Zipporah b says:

    This is a really sweet message and reminder. We all need to hear this from time to time even if we’re not going thru anything tough. Thank You!

  12. Catvills says:

    These are three powerful sentences that will help a lot, especially when a person is going through some issues.This is so uplifting.

  13. Cynthia says:

    Thank you for this. I think grief never really goes away. I’ve lost both my grandparents in the same year, while I was overseas. It’s a very lonely feeling, and sometimes all you need is just a hand to hold.

  14. sara says:

    You are very encouraging! Many people will benefit from hypnotherapy. Thank you for sharing your positive spirit.

  15. Krysti says:

    What beautiful words. So important to remember and so many can benefit from reading this!

  16. Deanna says:

    Everyone needs encouragement.When going through my divorce I had people telling me it was like going through a death. At that time I didn’t know what they meant. Reading this I understand what people were trying to tell me, you got this.

  17. These are definitely positive thoughts that you should have. Focus on the positive and not on the negative of life.

  18. Elizabeth O says:

    We are all stronger than we give ourselves credit for and so events become the great teacher that pushes us to face our fears and master them… Hope your week ahead is sunny and bright!

  19. What an uplifting post! At difficult times, I should remember to tell myself “You’ve got this!”. Thanks for writing this post 🙂

  20. Sapana V says:

    Nice motivating article. Life is full of problems and everyone has power to overcome their issues.

  21. uprunforlife says:

    I still struggle with ongoing grief. While my grief is different than someone losing a relationship, death, ect, I have lost a life I once had. Chronic pain eats at you time and time again. It is reminders like this that give me a motivation to continue the fight.

  22. Eloise says:

    this is great and inspiring! I have had MANY challenges in life, from a near death experience due to a major health scare (two times) to divorce, and other in-betweens I won’t bore you with ; ) it’s always nice to come across motivational reads such as thing because words are very powerful!

  23. ricci says:

    This is something I have to remind myself of daily. You’ve got this girl!!

  24. Misty nelson dawn says:

    Such a perfect post and this makes me Inspired and keep motivating to my life. Glad that you share this with us

  25. MAKEBA GILES says:

    This is so encouraging and empowering. It’s always good to have a reminder that no matter what you are going through in life, you can make it if you just keep moving forward,

  26. Esther says:

    That mantra is important, particularly since we forget… Life can seem so overwhelming, like a wave knocking us down to the ground. Thank you for the reminder…

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