I think the worst disappointment comes from family or people you hold closely to your heart 💓.. especially when you go the extra mile to help people and they never there to support you in anything you do.  

Disappointment comes in all sizes. Any time our hopes are not realized or our expectations or desires are not fulfilled, we feel disappointed. Disappointment can be a passing emotion over a temporary loss or it may strike powerfully when something permanently changes our lives. A major disappointment can remain within us all the time, shadowing our reactions to everything. We all experience disappointment for different reasons. In itself, feeling disappointed is not a sin. How we handle it is the crucial issue.

Even though I see that people use me for their own selfish reasons and never can support me in my business or anything I do, I continue to support others. This is me, I am what God created and I cannot stop helping people because of a person who disappointed me. I have been going on and on about us woman supporting one another, and I will continue to do so... Like I always say I may not be saving the World, but if I can play a positive role in at least one person's life then I am happy.
Over these past couple of months it's been challenging for my daughter and I, we have really seen which people are in full support of us and those that just do not care whether we make something of what we trying to do or they just want us to fail. We have taken note and we see... It is so disappointing when you are promised by loved one's -"do not worry we will come through for you",  but when the time is here, they all hiding away like mice... 
I feel that it is so rude for people to promise something and then just hide away when the support is needed. 
God has put me on this earth for a reason, I have always wanted to help people, for now I am finding my feet on how to go about it- I will not allow the disappointments of other's make me stop.

The one's who are disappointing you are the same one's who will need you one silly day.

Peter 5:6-7 “Humble yourselves, therefore, under the mighty hand of God so that at the proper time he may exalt you, casting all your anxieties on him, because he cares for you.”


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