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Be Your Own CheerleaderšŸ’ƒ

Hey Sisters,

I trust you are doing great. Today's post is basically to encourage you.

You are strong, fierce and resilient. You are an achiever and you are not less. You are not a failure. You are a wonder woman that is unlimited. You shatter glass doors effortlessly. You are beautiful and adorable. Your body physique is just perfect. You aren't just some queen with the face, you've got great stuff loaded in your head and mind. You are not empty. You are a woman with a great light. You are that being the world has always needed. You have a Father that is ever mindful of you and He only works out the best for you.

Even though you aren't there yet, know that you are a work in progress. Keep pushing. Keep trying. Keep working. Very soon, sooner than you think, it'll come through.

Don't be deterred, don't be tired. You won't break, no. While you are doing this, guard your joy and don't give in to depression. Remember, it is with joy that you will draw water from the wells of salvation.

Speak our positive words to yourself. Get a mirror and stand before it, fix a stern gaze on the image's eyes and spew the words. You are your own cheerleader.

Tons of love,
Your SisšŸ’•šŸ’•šŸ’ž


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