Updated: Sep 25, 2020
Lets take your life into perspective - look at where you are; where you've come and where you're heading, chances are in some point or another, you've encountered a dragon - a financial dragon , suicidal dragon, self-esteem dragon, mental dragon … your dragon.
When something bad happens I want to remind you that you have three choices, you can either:
let it define you
let it destroy you
or, let it strengthen you.
With that being said, I want to remind you that you have a role to play on this Earth, you are special in ways unimaginable, you are stronger than you think and smarter than you know. hypothetically speaking, if your Dragon were to defeat you once - it doesn't mean that you are defeated forever, every day is a new chance to get up and conquer those Dragons.
Facing your Dragons could be associated with anxiety stressors. Many think of anxiety as the feeling you have before a final exam, or maybe that weight in your stomach while you wait to hear the outcome of your recent job interview.
Anxiety is something that if not controlled, can overpower you as a person. Anxiety is something that wholesomely consumes the victim, in short anxiety isn't a pretty topic.
Being subject to anxiety - one may feel inferior and tend to "sit back". This introverted nature tend to build up over time, making it more and more difficult to overcome. Facing your dragons are often huge steps for someone with anxiety. So, like any hero of a grand adventure, you must begin to educate yourself on how to vanquish your beast. The first thing to know is: you are not alone.
Decide that your anxiety was given to you as a force to drive you forward, that your anxiety is an opportunity to search the darkest caverns of your mind and to come out tired and smelling of smoke and sweat, but a stronger warrior. Though certainly, every now and then, your invisible dragon will still roar, you’ll know that he is conquerable. For how can a person appreciate the grace of light if they’ve never walked through the darkness?