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Rediscovering My Warrior

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  1. Natalie says:

    I work with refugees from the world’s extreme conflict areas– their trauma is worn on their faces but they smile through it daily– they make my trauma seem so small– they have taught me the skills of surviving, healing and becoming a true warrior.

  2. 800feetagl says:

    Many of these philosophies, ethos and creeds are what we live by in the Army. The warrior spirit is all about not giving up when life knocks you down. Excellent post. I know you’ve been through the ringer of the ending of a marriage as I. We will are stronger for it because we learned the lessons that these experiences had to teach us.

  3. I love the word “warrior” — it is so much more empowering than “survivor,” which feels sooo passive to me. And great minds must think alike because I’ve been writing a post about “warrior” vs. “survivor”. 🙂

  1. December 20, 2012

    […] Arends, over at Lessons From the End of a Marriage, wrote a great post about rediscovering her inner warrior recently. In that post, she expressed some similar sentiments and made some other, very good […]

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