TK’s Two Cents on “Why you don’t need to apologize for having a bad day”

“You never have to apologize for needing support. Life is a communal affair and the journey of self discovery & personal development inextricably involves the insight and encouragement of others.

There is no shame in asking for help during a personal crisis. Nor is it becoming of a champion to pretend that all is well while trouble brews in the heart. A tough-minded optimist does not allow himself to feel bad about feeling bad. He recognizes that self-condemnation is the surest way to remain in a rut.

If you’re having a bad day, love yourself anyway. Even if everything is your fault, forgive yourself anyway. Then, do the best you can to surround yourself with the people and resources that will remind you of your inner beauty and reinforce your sense of strength.

The strongest kind of person is the one who can honestly address his wounds and weaknesses without using them as evidence of failure or frailty.

This is my two cents. Hopefully you’ll invest it in your self.

Cheers & All the best,

T.K. Coleman

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