Getting Myself Back On Track!

I know it’s been a while since I last posted on here. I’ve been dealing with very tough personal situations that honestly took a lot out of me. I had plans but was unable to fulfill them despite my best intentions. I had to fall back and realize that my current path wasn’t working for me and that I needed to make a change ASAP before things sunk down even lower. I admit that I’m not perfect and that I made a lot of mistakes, some very costly and still dealing with with even years later. But I will never stop making steps to improve myself. There are some people that cannot help you, even with their best intentions. Your personalities clash and every move you make is unacceptable to them. This is what I’ve been encountering both personally and professionally…and I will no longer tolerate it. I’m a nice, caring and genuine person.

I would never hurt a fly or raise my hand to someone. If I have an issue, I will walk away. Better to do that than to do something you’ll live to regret and that can apply both business wise and personally. All my life I was told that I’d never amount to anything, that I’m too “sick” to help anyone, that you’re anti-social so we can’t help you.” I’m neither of those thing, but if you’re constantly dealing with fake people coming at you on a regular basis and have been abused like I was, you’re going to be careful in whom you befriend/do business with without hesitation. I could tell you horror stories of horrible roommates, not so nice landlords, business deals gone wrong. When I state that I am being cautious, I speak from many years of experience. If I get a bad vibe and I can back up my suspicions with verifiable facts, I’m either cutting that situation loose or limiting my contact with them.

At this point, I’m getting too old to be arguing with immature adults, whom think that their way is the only way to get by in life. Because we all know that everyone’s journey will differ, one size doesn’t fit all and that what may work for me may not work for you. If you can’t accept other people’s differences and snap at them negatively when a symptom is rearing it’s head, then you need to reevaluate yourself and ask yourself: “Why am I reacting this way?” I tell that to everyone but some will never understand what it’s like to have health challenges no matter what you do. I don’t like getting personal, but I had to put it out there. I’ll try to update at least 3 times a week and film informative videos. I spend a lot of time on Twitter and Facebook so you can catch up with me when I’m not blogging:

It won’t be easy for me to get back on track, but it will be done. Life is full of speed bumps and obstacles, I’m more than ready to tackle any/all challenges that come my way!

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