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New Beginnings...How Secure Will I Be?

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Everything we do always has an end and a new beginning; we are always in the moment of change and sometimes not being secure will stop us or slow us down.  Have you ever felt like you knew you could do something but not knowing exactly how it will turn out will most times leave you feeling insecure?  

Today's topic is all about security and looking at insecure in a different perspective.  

What does security mean to you?  For me, it means that no matter what happens I know I will always be good; even though my relationship is not where I would like it, I have security in knowing I have a roof over my head, food on the table, clothes on my back, car to drive and so on...  What does insecure meant to you?  For me, insecure means that no matter what is happening, no matter the opportunities in front of me, no matter the knowledge I possess I am always waiting for the shoe to drop or the floor to fall out from underneath me.  

Insecure or insecurity are two words that plague most people; I find myself fluctuating back in forth what I know I can do, and what if I can't do it.  Sometimes I understand why people stay in situations that are not good for them; sometimes any kind of security is better than no security.  However, when do we realize that to be secure we need to be secure in ourselves...  

When we are secure in ourselves and know that no matter what happens we will determine how secure we truly are.  Let's dive into this conversation and change the way we think about our situations and become secure in our own decisions.

Only we can change our mindset, no one else .  If we are in partnerships with people who want us to depend on them, we become insecure about our own self.  We have given our power to someone else and forget we can do whatever we want.  


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