Hi friends! It’s been a few days, but I wanted to shed some more light on some of the things I mentioned last. It makes me sound like a broken record, I know, but I do that for a reason. Not only do I want this to be about accepting yourself and a condition such as TS, but I want this to be about building that independence and confidence along the way. I hope these little tidbits are useful not just now, but all the time. 😊
I’m asked every so often about how I can stay so confident and sure of myself through a lot of this. Here’s the thing. You have to WANT to. It doesn’t come easy, but if you work with it and learn from it, you’re golden. I also just really enjoy doing things like this and want to gear this work more towards these issues.
It’s not too hard to figure out what you can do to help yourself become more confident in what you say and do, but how about keeping up with your strategy?
It’s taken me years to figure out who I am and how I operate (…still not done 😝😁). I have to see and do things over and over again to understand. It helps me to experience things like this so I can become more and more confident over time. I’ve been told that I also “throw” myself into whatever’s put in front of me. Once I start, I intend to finish. 😄
I also see the different meaning this takes on as I begin to explore what I’m going to do with life as I get older and come out of school, too. So…as always – stay positive and CONFIDENT in yourself. Take those risks and face those challenges. It’s worth it. ❤
When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things. ~ Joe Namath