Finally Free - Maia McGill
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Finally Free

I am learning to accept everything about myself and have gotten to the point in my life where I have outgrown many things.

I have outgrown my need to meet other people’s unrealistic expectations of me.

I have outgrown weak-willed, insecure men who are intimidated by my outspoken nature and loving heart.

I have outgrown friends who refuse to celebrate my accomplishments but are quick to offer criticism laced with jealousy.

I have outgrown folks who disappear when the journey gets dark and tedious.

I have outgrown society’s standard of beauty when it comes to the melanin of my skin, the curve of my hips, the roundness of my stomach and thickness of my lips.

I have outgrown finding reasons not to love my fabulous self.

I have outgrown women with trivial tendencies and manipulative tactics.

I have outgrown the inability to embrace the life I have lived and learning from the mistakes I have made.

I have outgrown the lies of the enemy telling me that I am not worthy enough while filling my mind with self doubt and insecurity.

I have outgrown the game of emotional sabotage, meaningless conversations and negativity.

I have outgrown sadness, self-pity, self-righteousness, ungratefulness, depression, financial lack, laziness, procrastination and lack of success.

I have outgrown any situation, circumstance and individual that does not improve the essence of my existence.

I have outgrown many things and because of that, I am finally free.

What have you outgrown?

From my heart to yours,

 

 

 

10 Comments
  • Stephanie Whitfield
    Posted at 15:28h, 03 March Reply

    This is so encouraging sis. Walk by faith not by sight. Thankyou for sharing. I have outgrown childish men as well as women through my journey to wholeness… it is a work in progress… but I claim healing throughout this process!!!

    • MaiaMcGill
      Posted at 16:19h, 03 March Reply

      Amen! Keep pressing, God will do it for you. Thank you for checking out my post. Be sure to share the link as you are led.

    • Delonda Carter
      Posted at 19:18h, 03 March Reply

      I have outgrown the feeling that I need weave to feel beautiful or a relaxer to feel secure with myself. I have also outgrown being afraid to speak my mind.

      • MaiaMcGill
        Posted at 20:43h, 03 March Reply

        I love it! Very proud of you and your journey! -Maia

  • Sonja
    Posted at 18:37h, 03 March Reply

    I thank God for you keeping it real and show women like me that are or have been through or dealing with some of these issues that we can make it. You are a blessing.

    • MaiaMcGill
      Posted at 20:44h, 03 March Reply

      You are a blessing as well! It’s so great to know that we are in this together! -Maia

  • Rhoshawndra L. Carnes
    Posted at 21:22h, 03 March Reply

    Sis…thanks so much for sharing yourself with us….I’m truly enjoying your BLOGs.

  • Marc
    Posted at 16:59h, 04 March Reply

    I celebrate you and your pursuit of the full expression of your purpose, passion and person.

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