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10 In Mindset

The Many Faces of Perseverance: Topic Losing A Parent

I try to keep things positive and not dwell on the negative in situations. But it is time for me to slow it down and get real. I was invited to take part in a blogger series by Alexa with Healthy Dash of Sass about perseverance – how I struggled through a situation and came through it. I am hoping that opening up about this and sharing my journey through the loss of a parent will somehow, someday help someone else. Help them see that there…

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The Many Faces of Perseverance: Topic You Actually Don’t Want This

You Actually Don’t Want This. Have you ever wondered why God wouldn’t give you something that you were SO SURE would be great? Have you spent time begging God to give you something you really wanted like a new job you applied for or a date from a man you talk to sometimes who is really kind? Did you hear a no, did the job never call for an interview and the man never follow through for a date? Or…

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0 In Mindset

The Many Faces of Perseverance: Featuring Jessica Pickering

I pride myself on my strength. I’ve always been resilient and for years I wouldn’t didn’t show my real emotions. I was a rock, I never asked for help when I needed it. I believed that I could work through any of my struggles on my own. I had my weaknesses, although I wouldn’t admit them to anyone. I only showed my strengths to the world and my private struggles were only known within the home. I failed out of…

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9 In Mindset

The Many Faces of Perseverance: Featuring Ariel Mosimann

I am a huge planner. I have always had a life plan, maybe not the specifics but a direction for sure. I was going to get my undergrad in English then dual MBA/JD with a focus on corporate law. My dad, who has always supported my every decision, told me that I NEEDED to get my bachelors in business, that is the only thing he would recommend. My parent’s approval and support meant everything to me, so I went along…

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