Yes Sister:

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I read a devotional called Yes Sisters, and I believe every woman should have her a Yes Sister. What a Yes Sister is, is someone who will be there for you no matter what you are going through. Someone who will be open and honest with you at all times. Someone who won’t talk about you behind your back but will tell you like it is to your face. I’ve noticed that I have a few of these Yes Sisters in my life and how much I appreciate them. Often women want to compete with one another and I just don’t understand why. Why not encourage, support and commend a woman. Why not fix her crown when it’s crooked. Why not cheer her on and wipe her tears? We don’t need to compete when we are on the same team. Get you some Yes Sisters they will change your life for sure.

Your enough:

As a woman, I felt so overwhelmed that I was not good enough. I have never been jealous of women, but lately, I’ve been feeling like why is there so much demand for looking perfect? I’m not perfect in no way. I have always struggled with my body. If you know me you know that I have always been thin and tall. Society makes you feel like you have to have the perfect body to be able to have a great life. Well, that is a lie because every woman that I know is struggling with their body type. Why can’t women just be loved for who they are? Men can walk around with beer bellies, receding hairline and whatever else. No one makes them feel bad about there bodies. But women have to look and be perfect all the time? I say why? I’m going to be me and do me. No more shame in my body, no more shame for other women’s bodies. Love yourself and don’t let anyone make you feel bad about your body. You know whether you need to lose weight, exercise or whatever. Love you and make sure you are good.

I’m not Superwomen:

I’m not Superwomen
I thought I could be
I’m not Superwomen
No, she’s not me
I’ve tried to do all the things she’s done
But her strength
I’m outdone

I’m not Superwomen. I’ve been labeled that but I don’t want to be her anymore. I do so much for other people that I rarely take the time out to do something for myself. If I’m tired and stressed, then I’m no good for myself or other people. Women we try to do it all. But we can’t do it all. It wasn’t meant for us to do it alone. I find myself being overwhelmed, but it’s my fault. Ladies stop trying to do it all. We need to ask for help. It’s okay to not be able to handle it all. STOP LADIES-STOP!!!!!!!! We are not Superwomen. I’m not Superwomen. I’m okay being me and not doing it all.

Me vs. Her Day 3:

Me: I love helping people, I want everyone to succeed and I’m a good listener.
Her: Loves drama, wants to live her own life, party girl and looking and feeling good are a top priority.
Why can’t we have our cake and eat it too? Why can’t I combine the good and the evil?