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I'm working on this.  It's very hard for me to let something go without closure and it's very difficult for me to be around people who refuse to accept their responsibility for their part in the problem.  I try very hard to always apologize if I am in the wrong, if I see my words or behavior harmed someone else.  I can't walk away from a problem I know I caused without apologizing, so it is difficult for me to accept that others can't/won't do this.  But I'm working on it.

I'm working on this. It's very hard for me to let something go without closure and it's very difficult for me to be around people who refuse to accept their responsibility for their part in the problem. I try very hard to always apologize if I am in the wrong, if I see my words or behavior harmed someone else. I can't walk away from a problem I know I caused without apologizing, so it is difficult for me to accept that others can't/won't do this. But I'm working on it.

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You keep thinking what the world needs of you is to DO MORE. And then we will be impressed by you. But what what we need from your FIRST is to ... BE MORE. Are you strong enough to stand without your resume and blow people away with your PRESENCE alone?...

You keep thinking what the world needs of you is to DO MORE. And then we will be impressed by you. But what what we need from your FIRST is to ... BE MORE. Are you strong enough to stand without your resume and blow people away with your PRESENCE alone?...

http://heathermadder.com/brave  I woke up at 3:30am drenched in sweat. Totally soaked. As I walked to the bathroom, I whispered to myself, “Not again.” One would think that four and a half years of effort would take care of my anxiety problem. Apparently not. I was crestfallen. Most...

http://heathermadder.com/brave I woke up at 3:30am drenched in sweat. Totally soaked. As I walked to the bathroom, I whispered to myself, “Not again.” One would think that four and a half years of effort would take care of my anxiety problem. Apparently not. I was crestfallen. Most...

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