Question of the Day – No. 48 Posted on June 10, 2018May 30, 2018 by Troy Headrick Who supports you the most in what you’re doing? Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInRedditPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading...
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My husband, Ray.
My boyfriend! He is the most caring and non-judgmental person I have ever met. His support and acceptance means the world to me.
It sounds like you found the right person for you! 😀
I would love to say my wife, but I have to prompt her to read my work, and will avoid discussion if she doesn’t necessarily agree. I would also like to say that it is my father who is most supportive, since in my 35 years, writing is the only thing for which he has given me compliments. But in reality, my mother is definitely my biggest fan. She reads everything I put out, likes it, shares it, and is willing to talk about it when we speak on the phone or see each other in person.
That’s nice! I’m sure that your wife would agree with points of view from your work, but we need to understand that people have different points of view and this is not necessarily a bad thing, neither a reason to fight. Maybe truly open conversations would help?
My Husband is the best! He doesn’t ask me to be any more than I am. I’ve got some terrific friends, as well, who not only listen, but love me, cracks and all.
It sounds like you’re surrounded with great people! That’s a very good environment to evolve!
My amazing husband! While we were dating, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. He moved in and took care of me through surgery (2 more since then), chemo and radiation. A year after I was diagnosed, we were married. We’ve been together 6 years now, married 5, and he continues to empower and support me in living God’s truth for my life. 💙🙏🏻
That truly sounds like an amazing husband! Keep fighting! I’m sure you’ll beat the f*ck out of that cancer!
It’s GONE! Yesterday was 5 years since my first chemo & I completed reconstruction 2 months ago. PTL, the battle is behind us & life truly looks peaceful ahead for the first time.🙌🏻💙🙏🏻
You’re a hero1
No one. But that is my own fault. I start things and then end up quitting. And then when I get really excited about doing something, no one has my back, and then I get disappointed and lose drive.
Maybe it’s because you haven’t something you would truly love doing. Keep searching! Never give up!
First if you have conviction in what you’re doing, no one can go against it 🙂 my parents and everyone support me😈
Infact everyone trade their places to be in my shoes. The things i take for granted are usually what everyone wants. Clarity, freedom and lots of time for contemplation.
That’s very good! 🙂
My Mum. 🙂
That’s interesting… especially yourself? What makes you say that?
Probably connected to a harshness of the superego.
What else might it be?
My daughter supports me the most in what I do. She encourages me when I’ve made progress and challenges me to become my greatest version.
As yourself, your daughter is awesome! 🙂
Thank you 💖