In the face of uncertainty, believe two things:  you are stronger than you think, and you not alone. Why?

~ BECAUSE we can always choose to call “an issue” a challenge rather than a crisis;

~ BECAUSE we can look at hardship as an opportunity instead of an obstacle;

~ BECAUSE at the end of an issue, we can ask “what did I learn from this”;

~ BECAUSE we can take a deep breath and do the difficult things first;

BECAUSE we can choose to know that the most significant elements of our day are laughter, compassion, learning, and applying our finest efforts to each endeavor.

~ BECAUSE OF THESE THINGS, each morning is the beginning of a day filled with unlimited possibilities.

~ BECAUSE . . . . 

Instead of living in a place of fear, worry, and spiraling questions that may or may not have responses, we can embrace the certainty that everything unfolds precisely the way it’s supposed to.

Without a doubt, we all have free will to make choices. It’s the uncertainty that follows our decisions that can cause anxiety.

The world would be a much happier place if we practiced trusting our inner wisdom rather than caving into uncertainty.

Dr. Deb



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