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Letter To Self – Guest: Vee from millenniallifecrisis.org

It is my great pleasure to welcome back Vee. If you have never visited her blog you have been missing some great writing.  Her writing is various across from many issues.  She writes from the depth of her being.  You can find her blog at:  millenniallifecrisis



Dear Self,

It won’t be like this forever. I promise you that. It can’t be like this forever, I know that for a fact. Believe me self, I wouldn’t lie to you.

The sleepless nights, the endless fears, the feelings of not being good enough, smart enough or worthy will fade away with time and you will look back on this stage of life and the shell of a person you used to be, barely recognizing the person you were.

I promise you things will get better.

One day you will wake up worry free. One day you will know that you’re in the right place, it’s the right time and the here and now is what you are meant for. One day things will fall into place. One day, I say… one day.

Each time your heart breaks and your soul aches for something you don’t have, didn’t get or weren’t supposed to ever do… each time that you’re missing someone and there’s nothing that can change that… you’re getting stronger. It might not feel good in the moment, but it’s strengthening you. It’s growing you.It’s making you better. 

Use that growth, use that strength, use that determination that was the reason you never gave up and turn it into power. Your power. Limitless power that will give you everything you’ve ever wanted in life. Power that won’t take no shit. Power that will ultimately allow you to believe your worth to this world is determined by who you are, not what you are.

One day will be your day. One day, I say… one day.

When you reach that day, you’ll know it. And when you reach that day you’ll have so much more appreciation for what you’ve achieved because of what you’ve been through.

Keep going, self. Trust me, please, and just keep going.

Sincerely, Me



Thank you Vee for writing such a great post!

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  1. Angie

    This is great Vee. I think it’s so important to be able to write ourselves a letter like this every once in awhile. It’s a reminder that we are enough even when we don’t feel that way. It’s a reminder of things we have accomplished, the hills we’ve climbed, the falls we’ve taken but were able to get back up. It’s so important to really look at the mistakes, the falls, the tumbles and all of it so we can easier appreciate the wonderful adults we are and have become despite the set backs.
    Keep going Vee!

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  2. Women on Purpose For God

    Thank you for a great note to self.

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  3. Ricky Talks

    It’s like a personal memo to yourself that eventually everything will be ok. Awesome self reflection.

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    1. Rethinking Scripture

      You will find more writings similar to this one at the author’s blog, The link is on this post.
      You may just want to click on the “follow” on her blog!

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      1. Ricky Talks

        I actually follow her too. In all honesty she was one of the first people to follow me and be interactive. But I think it’s pretty cool how you guys have kind of got her blog intertwined with your own.

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        1. Rethinking Scripture

          I consider Vee a friend.
          She is one great person!

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          1. Ricky Talks

            Same here! I don’t know her in person but she’s always been pretty personable when writing back and forth which is comforting.

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