Autoimmune Disease · Depression · Pain

When Strength Wears Thin,

sometimes you just gotta cry “to water your soul.” You’re not breaking down because you’re weak – “you’ve been too strong for too long.” It takes a break from all this stress for someone to grow again.

Stop hiding yourself for goodness sake. Isn’t that what you said you would do? Show your demons? Be raw? Where’s your rawness? “There’s something in you that this world needs.” You can break and fall and bend as many times as you want to, but don’t forget to stand back up, dust yourself off, let that sparkle shine through those cracks again. โœจ

๐ŸŽถ The Good Parts ๐ŸŽถ – Andy Grammer

I’m sorry if I seem impatient,

I’m not a fan of pleasantries.

See, I get bored with the weather and what’s in the news;

The topics we all hide beneath.

Could not care less about your day job,

The gossip or ordinary stress.

See, every relationship I’ve ever loved –

It starts when someone says

“Show me where it hurts and give me something real

And lead me to the part of you that never really heals

And say the words that burn when they leave your mouth

Tell me your story, but don’t leave the good parts out

And tell me all about your failures

The little things that make you cry

And tell me the acts that you preach but cannot seem to practice

That leave you compromised

Show me where it hurts and give me something real

And lead me to the part of you that never really heals

And say the words that burn when they leave your mouth

Tell me your story, but don’t leave the good parts out.”

I’ve seen your trophies, your highlight reels.

You know I would love you still if you lost it all –

And I love the castle that you have built,

But I am asking still to let down the wall.

“Show me where it hurts and give me something real

And lead me to the part of you that never really heals

And say the words that burn when they leave your mouth

Tell me your story

And show me where it hurts, yeah

Oh, to the part of you that never really heals

And show me where it hurts, woah

Tell me your story

But don’t leave the good parts out

Don’t leave the good parts out.”

๐ŸŽถ ๐ŸŽถ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ Listen to this amazing song by clicking HERE!๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿผ๐ŸŽถ ๐ŸŽถ

โœŒ๐Ÿผ&๐Ÿ’œ,

Bailey

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