Nykol FrancoIT HobbyistSome time ago
Breaking out of your comfort zone is challenging especially if you're alone. It's scary, but exhilarating.

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Atėnė Strazdas DrozdaitėInterior designer/Survivor/Thinker/Forever learning/ Enthusiast
However, this is the only way to discover how strong you actually are!💫 In my personal experience I got disabled with a lost abilityto walk, almost completely broke, divorced and almost completely alone with just one friend( who was also dealing with problems on his own). I never believed I could manage such things on my own, but I did, and the new me took place🌟
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Nykol FrancoIT Hobbyist
I couldn't agree more. I still do feel scared and uncomfortable, but I can never forget that feeling of getting better in each progress. Thanks for sharing!
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Katrina King on Language ChallengesLanguage School OwnerSome time ago
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