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Jamie Asks - What Leap do you wish to Take?




I wish to take a leap of faith - faith that I can reveal the 'real me' frizzy hair and all.  Actually I love my frizzy hair and I'm very glad to have any kind of hair coz a few years back I didn't, was completely bald I suffer from alopecia!  It was a difficult time, it took about two years for my frizzy locks to return, although I still get patches.  The way I dealt with it was through faith - faith in myself, not that my hair would return,but that I would cope with it whatever!  I refused to keep looking to see and said to myself 'if it doesn't grow so what'!

Right now the leap of faith I want to take isn't so much about revealing my outward appearance, but the 'real inner me' in my posts. I know I engage with a  safe and supportive, kind worded community, but still feel a little vulnerable at revealing the 'real me'.

Comments

Alisha said…
Yes, let your inner self out :) I'm glad the hair is returning--in all its frizzy gloriousness!

As Foxy Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also!
A girl said…
It seems to me like you took that leap right here already!
As you wish for yourself, I wish for you as well!
Rochelle said…
How exciting! You know you will have our support. As Foxy Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her as well!
Kim Switzer said…
As you wish for yourself so I wish for you as well. And I wanted to send a big, warm "welcome!" to your inner self.
Beverley Baird said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her also!
What a sacred wish - to reveal the inner you. May you always feel supported and appreciated and find that you are where you want to be!
As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also. Leap go on leap... I will be taking that leap also.
Ginny said…
As Sue wishes for herself, I wish for her as well. It is true that this is an amazing group of supportive people. Take your leap of faith whenever you feel the time is right for you.
As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.

May your true self shine! :)
Sulwyn said…
As Sue wishes for herself, so I wish for her also. Your wish is rather poignant, since I've been working on a similar issue... only not only online.

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