My One Word: Fearless
I’m a domestic violence survivor who just left my home and is making it on my own with my four children. Fear has kept me from truly living for years. Fear has kept me from making strides that I now wish I had made years ago. My children and I have been diagnosed prisoners of fear (ptsd, anxiety, etc.) Fear affects my relationships, my peace at home, and my career.
Next year is going to be fearless, and it will propel me into a life run by faith alone.