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  1. Michelle Hwee

    What a beautifully written post. For me I typically try to work on the solutions because I just think in my mind that the problems are here and I can’t really do much about it. Confidence is a small issue for me.

  2. Elizabeth O.

    Talking about it doesn’t solve the problem. Good luck on the surgery. I will be praying for a fast recovery.

  3. Hoping your surgery goes well and you heal quickly – keeping your spirits up –
    What a beautiful devotion – the difficult part is listening and then putting our trust Him and cooperate with Him -but I have found and seen that when we allow, God leads us on the right path…
    I could share and visit with you long about this one! Big hugs, 🙂

  4. I do suffer from lack of confidence – and, knowing someone recovering from hip replacement surgery (in her 50’s), I am wishing you the best outcome possible. These surgeries can make a huge difference in your quality of life. Good luck!
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  5. This post could not have been more timely for me. I generally am a pretty positive person. I have a lot more solutions than I have problems, but I must admit today was a tough one!

    I wasn’t sure I would make it through the day, but I did it! I stood in front of 100+/- people and memorialized my mom.

    By the grace of God, I made it through!
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  6. My own sweet husband focusses on problems constantly. It’s so hard to get him to see the solution. I guess we are each born a certain way. Best of luck with your recovery.

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