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    Sometimes It’s Not The Best Time

    Sometimes It’s Not The Best Time

    There’s another victory lap around the corner, but are you ready for it sis?

    I’ve always heard folks say ” The bigger the pain the bigger the power behind those scars she’s experienced.” This is a paraphrase of a lot of advice that I’ve heard over the years, and I know that the suffering one one’s heart can be made whole if the work is done, and if only us as women will allow God to lead us to his divine peace which this world can not take away.

     

    I’ve learned that in times of healing you have to shut the door to certain things, places, and especially people when you are in your down time in learning how to re-evolve as a woman that has been through some harsh times.

    When you are shifting from a place of natural stability to spiritual stabilty you have to curve the things that you intake, and you have to change positions as to how you repsond to the things that no longer serve your live, but in this area being kind is not going to work, because people with test the waters with your heart, and most likely will challenge your state of mind pertaining to your new realm of thinking.

     

    [ctt template=”2″ link=”fabbK” via=”no” ]Heal, and live free as a woman.[/ctt]

     

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    There is nothing wrong with you placing yourself as a priority, and letting the others figure out life for themselves without you. Remember you cant pour from an empty cup; so make sure that you are always taking time to rest, and replenish your heart, your mind, and your spirit so that you can begin to pour from the overflow, and not just the portion of what you are feeding to your community.

     

    Here’s some tips to flow through in the coming week to stay on track in taking care of yourself in the healing process.

    • Take time to learn who you are again.

    • Take up a new interest, or craft, and or new hobby.

    • Take up time with a mentor, or a friend that can relate to what you are going through.

    • Take time to ease back into the roation of life as a new woman planted in God’s truth.

    You’ll never regret the work that you’ve done, once you have mastered the art of solitude. ~ Jereè Founder of Mend The Vow

     

     

    Sis you have to learn that there is power in to small letters

     

    No” , and when you mean the strength behind the reason you are saying no to what you are not comfortable doing in your life to

    plesse someone else, but knowing in your heart that it devalues what you stand for as a woman you will sleep better at night know that you made the right choice behind saying no. 

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    Hello! My name is Jereè and I began this BLOG to share my journey as a Woman unapologetically as I start the process of mending the pieces of my broken life with God's help by sharing my life #UnMended while  Baring the deepest parts of myself has been very hard, but is so worth it in the end to see the woman I'll become. So Cheers to healing, and to celebrating my freedon as a woman, in love, in life, and in faith. May you also grow from what I've grown from. Xo Jereè

    Mending the vow isn’t an easy task. It’s pressure, it’s finding the grit to find the grace in each area of your life to forgive, to heal, and to grow daily.

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