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    Life happens
    mrk34 posted:
    Nobody is perfect.

    Life happens.

    At same point we are all going to struggle, we are all going to have a bad day and make some not-so-healthy choices.

    It is called being human. It happens to all of us. The difference between success and failure is how you handle those bumps in the road.
    mrk34 responded:
    more at:
    mrk34 responded:
    When obstacles get in your way, and you feel like you've failed, the two best things you can do is to be kind to yourself, and to not give up! Learn from those hiccups and move on. You are not defined by the mistakes you make. You are not a failure. You are human.

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