Train Wreck Ahead

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It’s okay to back that train up and switch tracks, too. It’s no shame in making a mistake no matter how big or small. The shame is staying on a path with all of the signs of a danger ahead JUST BECAUSE YOU DON’T WANT TO ADMIT YOU WERE WRONG or because you are WORRIED ABOUT WHAT OTHERS WILL THINK. Drop that load and keep going or change directions. Trust me, you’ll feel so much better moving at the proper speed and on the right track.

~Nikki

3 Replies to “Train Wreck Ahead”

  1. Avoiding train wrecks is a great idea. Not being in a train wreck makes even more sense. But what is the number one thing to do? Never be involved with a train wreck. People who are train wrecks, spread their issues more than the accident scene.

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