Everyone has a story. A battle they are fighting. Things that happened to them to make them a certain way. Unhealthy habits they form to deal with things. Everyone has a story, and that’s okay. What’s not okay, is to judge people because there story isn’t yours. Their battle isn’t the same as yours. Their habits are worse then yours. That’s what’s not okay. Don’t judge them because their journey is different than yours.

Stop the judging and start the loving.

Those are my thoughts for today.

PS. I quit my bad nicotine habit cold turkey last night. I was tired of being a slave to it. Here’s to being free!

2 Replies to “Everyone Has a Story”

  1. Katie, cheers to you for being so brave. Best of luck with your battle. You’re already victorious in my book for making such a monumental decision!

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