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Reactor or Responder




Throughout life, I have encountered an array of circumstances, both favorable and challenging. It is easy to allow these situations to define who I am, but the truth lies in how I react or respond to them. My character is unveiled in my responding which showcases the strength of my spirit, resilience, and capacity for growth.


Positive or negative circumstances act as a stage upon which I perform.


Just as a diamond is formed under pressure, my responses to life's trials transform me into something beautiful, resilient, and unbreakable.


The key lies in recognizing I have the power to influence my life through the way I react or respond when faced with difficult situations.


I have a unique set of experiences and challenges that shape my journey. I might face financial struggles, health issues, relationship woes, or career setbacks. It is vital to remember circumstances themselves are external factors beyond my control. So, what I can control is my response, my attitude, my determination, and my willingness to grow.


My true character emerges when I face adversity head-on, refusing to be defeated by life's hurdles. I can demonstrate a resolute spirit by embracing challenges with patience, courage, and perseverance. I can turn setbacks into stepping stones and opportunities for self-improvement.


Moreover, circumstances also reveal my capacity for empathy and compassion. When I encounter others in distress, my responses display my ability to understand and support them. Empathy opens doors to meaningful connections, fostering community and unity in the face of adversity.


It's essential to recognize that I am not perfect. I will react in some moments of weakness, doubt, and vulnerability. However, it is precisely during these times that my true character can shine through. By acknowledging imperfections, I can then respond, learn from my mistakes, and emerge more robust than ever before.


It’s not the circumstances I encounter that make me who I am but my reactions or responses to them. Life's trials reveal the core of my character, just like that diamond under pressure, an olive after being squeezed, or a teabag, you won't truly know your strength until you find yourself in hot water. By facing adversity with time, patience, and perseverance, I can overcome my circumstances and build a better me.


I use the *Serenity Prayer as a powerful resource when facing my circumstances.


Who are you when the circumstances of adversity arise?


Watch for the blind spots.




*Download printable resource: Serenity Prayer




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