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Crying

Sometimes we are put in a situation that we really aren't too fond of thinking that it's temporary. Only to find that we have to deal with for a little longer than we planned. That's when we think up little scams to try to get out of it but they never work. God never puts us in a situation we can't handle. Remember what your mother told you when you were failing algebra in high school, "What doesn't kill you will make you stronger" and "You'll be thankful that you did it later". It sounds good but while you're in the midst of a hard time, that's not exactly what you want to hear. No one likes a complainer. I am the first person to tell someone to change what they don't like or shutup and deal with it if they aren't going to do anything about it.
Even when you have your strongest game face on, it's okay to let your guard down and CRY. In private, or course. Or maybe even on the shoulders of your confidant. If you don't vent, you WILL explode. And that is never good. Crying doesn't fix the problem but you will feel better that you let your frustrations out. Then wipe your tears, brush your shoulders off, and keep it moving. Now you can think clearly about how you are going to make the changes that you need to.
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