A few years ago I finally purchase a service, which I have been waiting my whole life for. So I am hoping want they say is true, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream". C. S. Lewis (1963), so let 's see if it 's true. I spend a lot of time researching what 's available and what service provider has the overall best scores. The service comes like a cafeteria plan you cut and piece each section according to your outcome goals. Within the sections you are provided with different service coordinators, meaning more research to find the perfect fit. You go through each product description hanging on every word, you 'll even test to make sure you should purchase this service. This service is very expensive with a lot of extra costs, so you want to make sure exactly which you’re getting.
So when the day finally came for me to collect my benefit, I was excited and anxious at the same time, in fact, I could barely hold myself together with the contemplation of the very important day, my dream-come-true event was about to take place. My anxiety kicked in and so did a Whirlpool of thoughts, which normally happens when I get nervous and then of course here comes a negative thoughts. I tried to persuade myself into turning and running, by reminding myself “you couldn 't do this when you were younger, so what makes you think you can now". My mind is never at rest, constantl...
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... section, skipping needed information. I started thinking I must be in the wrong room this is nothing like the description of the advertisement of the service I purchased. Then when the sign-up sheet came around and my name was on there, a sense of panic and fear came over me. This is not what I paid for and any other business this would be considered false advertisement. As I sat there for a while trying to figure out what to do
Then, just as I looked around a sudden gush of calmness overtook everything. All of a sudden felt like I was lifted, when I realized I was fulfilling my dream. Standing straight up in my chair, my eyes widened opened, my body felt as if I not a care in the world When the session was over I walked out the room striding myself, like a proud peacock who 's colors are on display, to tell the world around me this old ladies here to stay.
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