Live Bright

medium_2400320371To live bright is to rise above your old stories. It’s to rise above your past. It’s to transcend your limiting beliefs and burn the baggage binding you to the ground. It’s to free your wings as you give yourself permission to dare the things you think you can’t do.

Living bright can be a challenge when you’re depressed and struggling with anxiety. It’s hard to transcend your past when you’re so wrapped up in what should or shouldn’t have happened. It’s tough to try something new when your body’s raging to stay the same and chug the same old noxious chemical cocktail it’s used to.


You can choose to rise. You can choose to climb. You can choose to live bright and push back at the emptiness, the pain, the anger, and the fear trapping you where you are. You can choose to become the warrior who fights to have more good days than bad days, who has no time for excuses, and who believes in a brighter day.

When you choose to live bright, you choose to take a stand. You get very clear on what is and isn’t working, and you decide to have more of the first and none of the second. You decide on a plan of action that moves you forward in leaps and bounds, that teaches you to live healthy and stay healthy. [Continue reading]

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