Admit It

You are not perfect.

Neither am I.

Nor  is anyone for that matter.

The sooner we admit that we are human and that we are faulty and foolish we can move forward.

Our eyes need to be opened to our flaws, chronic mistakes and harmful and idiotic choices. If we can admit our problems-we can face them-then we can work at overcoming them.

We need to admit we are human. We need to realize we are strung together with good intentions and imperfections. We need to embrace our mistakes and shortcomings. We need to admit that we can overcome what has held us back and hurt us by simply identifying our problems.

Admit it, choosing to tackle your demons head on rather than being tormented and teased by them seems like a much better way to spend your time.

Today has been a Sunday Confession with the one, the only, the very talented and cheesy More Than Cheese And Beer. Please stop by the link up and see what everyone else is Admitting today.


  1. I totally agree, there was a time in my life where I hid from the truth. Knowing it, and feeling it but people not being truthful gave me this fear. I longer let that hold me back, I pursue, conquer, and seek all things truthful. Reading this made me feel so empowered Jen, excellent blog. 😃❤️

  2. Although you're right, of course, it sometimes takes us time to get there.


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