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Everyone feels like giving up sometimes, but it feels like we’re the only ones when we’re going through it. The voices in our heads tell us that we can’t do a thing, and it’s often the same thing that we are, in fact, doing! Host of the Tougher Together Podcast, Rebeccah Silence, shares some information about quitting that’s inspirational and practical at the same time.
As we explore quitting, Rebeccah poses the question, “How do we navigate wanting to quit?” It’s easy to lose sight of the fact that every breakdown leads to a breakthrough if we’re patient enough to work through to it. Having the patience to weather the storm and the willingness to work towards a breakthrough teaches us important life lessons that we can’t afford to miss.
Most of us learn about quitting from watching someone close to us give up. When we see someone breaking through their perceived limitations, we can take encouragement from that. Rebeccah shows that we have all the answers we need within ourselves… but we must learn OUR way to persevere.
She teaches us that if you commit to knowing that you did your best, you can avoid the regrets that come with quitting. We also learn that we need to pay attention to how we speak to others and ourselves. What messages are we sending about quitting?
Learn more about Rebeccah’s story and how she learned that it’s okay to want to quit… you just can’t do it!
Rebeccah Silence, is a speaker, coach and international media personality, who survived cancer while pregnant and has impacted hundreds of thousands of listeners through her radio programs and appearances. She is the Creator of the HEALING IS POSSIBLE movement and courses and is committed to helping others heal their traumas. As a certified world-class Emotional Healing Coach, Rebeccah is uniquely qualified to facilitate breakthroughs to wellness and transformation while she inspires hope and possibility in even the most challenging times. She is best known for healing heartbreak, and her clients frequently tell her that she brought them “back to life”!