It doesn’t matter where you’ve been, what you’ve done, or what’s been done to you. I know you. I see me in you. And you in me.
Who is she?
She is a warrior who has been through great battles.
She wields her sword and declares war if she must with intent of victory.
She has faced many challenges and conquered deadly adversaries in the shape of abuse, addiction, loss or disease.
Her battle scars may be just a few or they may be many. They light her spirit with many colors. Without her human shell she would radiate vivid streaming colors of light.
She sometimes feels as though she has fought too long and too hard to be soft.
She does not accept that she has no choice.
She learns and grows.
She is open to all the possibilities.
She strives for progress not perfection.
She discovers her greatest love is herself, so that she may love many, deeply.
She appreciates all the lessons and will not waste them as a victim.
She understands that she is capable and worthy.
She realizes she was destined to be a warrior.
She is powerful.
She is resilient.
She is beautiful.
She is A Woman Divine.
If you’re in the fight using food and/or alcohol as a way to numb out the truth – it’s time. It’s time to make a change and take charge. It doesn’t cost you anything for us to chat and discuss what living life could be like without the hook.
– Teresa Rodden, Certified Life Coach