I know I am perfectly imperfect. Unfortunately people judge you before they even take the time to really know you. We never know what journey has brought you to this place in time. Your strength and courage while coping with day to day life.
The situations you have had to endure. The buckets of tears you have wept. The constant ridicule and abuse you have tolerated in silence over the years.
Then one day its all too much. You find the strength and confidence to face your audience of hecklers and bullies. You advise them you choose you. Your the most important person in your life. You advise them that if they continue to treat you with disrespect they can leave. They don’t get to share your world anymore.
You will feel such a release and renewed freedom as you shed away those people who don’t except you as you. Your true authentic self. Their problems are their business and they cannot affect you anymore. Congratulations on being perfectly imperfect and choosing to be free.
A big about the author....
Gail Conley grew up in the northern suburbs of Melbourne in Glenroy. She is a 52-year-old woman who has experienced childhood domestic violence, death and trauma throughout her life. She has opened her home to both family and friends needing a hand. Her purpose has always been to help people find their way, and she is grateful to those who have helped her find hers.