How strong are you?:

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So I have a question for you. How strong are you? Seriously how strong are you? This was a question that is on my mind this morning. I have done so much better with being strong. I was the type of person to be there for others but would not like anyone to be there for me. But that has changed for me. I have seen true people who have shown up for me time and time again. I’m still strong but I do let certain people in. I need a shoulder to cry on from time to time. I need someone who I can go to for advice from time to time. I need someone to be there for me when I’m going through a difficult time. So let me ask you again how strong are you? You don’t have to be strong by yourself. I have done it for many years and it made me tired. To be so available for others that no one was available for me. It’s time to stop being strong all by yourself. Let someone be strong for you as well.

2 thoughts on “How strong are you?:

  1. Good question!
    As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that strength isn’t synonymous with standing alone. My strength is actually dependent upon my circle of associates. It’s not reasonable to believe we will be able stay strong through all situations in life without help, and that includes help from God (Philippians 4:13)
    Years ago, I thought I was strong, but my strength is growing each day.

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    1. Same here. I felt like I gave everyone else strength. But I wasn’t able to get that from others. But as I’ve gotten older I’ve been able to lean on my circle of friends.


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