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Stop Telling Tall Tales

She told herself a tall tale about an amazing woman who had the courage to do what needed to be done. To her delight, the story turned out to be 100% true. - Queenisms™

She told herself a tall tale about an amazing woman who had the courage to do what needed to be done. To her delight, the story turned out to be 100% true. – Queenisms™

When we stop feeding ourselves a bunch of baloney based in fear and worry, we’re free to be exactly what we are – amazing women capable of remarkable things. If you’re reading this right now, you’ve survived things you never imagined possible. How do we know this? Because you’re human and there is not one person we’ve ever met who does not have a story of survival. No one walks through life’s journey without some challenges. Often we can’t see the burdens others are carrying. That doesn’t mean they’re not there. But we get up, get on and do what needs to be done. Sometimes it’s important to pause, look back at the path so far, and give ourselves a little bit of love for doing what needed to be done – no matter how hard or frightening. Your story is 100% true and we think that most likely, your story had some bumpy patches and some smooth patches and you, dear Queens, took the journey anyway. Bravo!

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2 Responses to “Stop Telling Tall Tales”

  1. Hilary says:

    years ago I survived a horrific 4 year divorce which disrupted my life with my then 11 year old son . That journey has made me the woman I am today . I am fearless & take on any challenge that comes my ways. It taught me to stand up for yourself , and no I have incredible passion for others and most of all life, nor the justice system is fair. I text or call my now 19 year old son (as I have done since he was 11) daily expressing my love and sending my wisdom to him). Our relationship has been rebuilt slowly. I convey my strength, never bashing his dad. Though sad that he has not lived with me since he was 11- when we talk & see each other he shares hoe he is just like me. He attends a prominent University and aspires to go on to become a Lawyer like his dad . How blessed am I ?

  2. cindy says:

    You’ve been through such a horrible personal challenge, Queen Hilary, and you’ve come out on top, with dignity and grace. We adore you for that.

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