Being Brave

The Courage Chronicle reblogs the story about Being Brave by Jason of inourpursuitofhappiness.

What I learned from Jason’s story is that vulnerability is not a weakness. In fact, it is the toughest form of courage. It is not easy to put yourself out there. It takes a lot of guts to let yourself be seen, and it takes a lot of heart to think about others who are suffering (from anxiety, depression) in silence.

Courage is “getting out of your comfort zone and being proactive about (your) happiness”. Thank you, Jason, for sharing your courage, your story and your self for those who are on the same journey.

In My Pursuit Of Happiness

So I did something today that I never thought I would do. I never thought I would have the courage to do. To share the most and darkest secrets of my thoughts with the people i am closest to. I made a Facebook page on Facebook, and wrote this one my wall.

So some of you might know and some of you might not. But I suffer from anxiety and depression. I was scared to let people know the truth but I want to be brave, and even more, I want us all to be happy. I have found a wonderful way of being able to share my feelings and journey to the world. I have started a blog and it is very dear to my heart.

I have invited everyone to join. It has taken me a while to bring the up the courage to do so. This is…

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3 thoughts on “Being Brave

  1. Thank you for sharing this post with us, it is inspiring to read. I used to (and sometimes still do) feel my vulnerabilty was weakness. I am a very compassionate person who has a lot of feelings but people didn’t know because I was so closed off. This post has helped embrace those things and tell myself it is okay. Thanks again.

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    1. I am so happy to hear that. Jason’s story is truly inspiring. I know what you mean, I tend to put up walls too especially when around abrasive people. I’m learning to be myself no matter who the people are around me. Living authentically. 😊

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