Telling Your Story
Ladies, have you ever considered telling your story? Your stories are the experiences in your life that brought you through adversities or sorrows and you're still sober and sane. Telling your story just might help someone overcome an addiction to drugs, alcohol, food, or some other inappropriate behavior patterns. Telling your story could free someone from an abusive relationship or a physical infirmary that saps their strength, drains their mental energy, or robs them of their peace of mind. Hearing your story they might think if you made it over and through, perhaps they can too, and they can gather information on the situation and formulate a solution.
Believe it or not people want to know their problem is not unique to them, somebody else went through the same thing or a similar thing. When you are telling your story, you are freeing someone from bondage, helping them possibly see a way out of an unpleasant situation and into a new attitude about life and loving themselves.
Speak up and strive to make a difference even if you don't think what you say counts, it really does!!! Having Red Hat Society sisters creates a unique and supporting role in a woman's life. They are about Fun, Friendship, Freedom, Fulfillment, and Fitness. Within this combo package they strive to exude everything that is 'Simply Fun' for enjoying the essence of life, and remember everyone has a story to tell!
Ambassador & Queen June Jones, Corona Jewels, Chino Hills, CA, USA
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