I usually encourage people, when life gets tough to keep fighting until you win. But there are times that the smart thing to do is to walk away and cut your losses. The trick is knowing when to stay and fight and when to walk away.
Being a lifelong fighter can be a good thing and a bad thing it depends on when your “fight” comes out.
One of the worst side effects I live with from my stroke is the side effect of disorientations and confusion. At first, after my ischemic stroke to my spinal cord, disorientation and confusion occurred frequently. Over the years I have learned life hacks to prevent both the disorientation and confusion. For the most part, these life hacks work – last weekend at a Toastmasters speech competition they failed.
In life we all stumble and fail. Regardless of how many times we stubble, fail or how badly we fail, every day sis s new chance to start over and do things better.
The imperfections in our lives are all part of God’s plan for us to be equipped to succeed.