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The Best To Live Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose goal is to be an outreach initiative providing answers, information, and provide resources for health needs and overall wellness for anyone who needs to survive emotional, mental, or physical stress.
We hope anyone who have been exposed to violence, abuse, extreme stress, or loss of an important person will seek us out if you need a friend to lean on.
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Never Surrender, Learn how to survive, Survive one day at a time knowing that it's Best To Live.
Take the" B2L LemonAid Challenge" to Help Stop Self-Harm
We need to talk about lemons, #B2LLemonAidCHL, in other words, Help Stop Self-Harm. We would like you to take the "Lemon-Aid Challenge" as a way to raise money for the Best To Live Non-Profit. We challenge you to eat three slices of lemon or donate $10.00 to the Best To Live Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. It is our hope that by supporting #SelfHarm, they might eat three slices of lemon and forget why they were about to cut themselves.
"When life gives you lemons, make lemonade" is a proverbial phrase used to encourage optimism and a can-do attitude in the face of adversity or misfortune. Lemons suggest bitterness, while lemonade is a sweet drink. (1)
Eighty percent of #SelfHarm involves stabbing or cutting the skin with a sharp object. By taking the "Lemon-Aid Challenge" we can show our support for anyone who self-harms by eating three slices of lemon. This will show that they are not Alone or Forgotten, in the hopes that they will eat a few wedges of lemon before they Self-Harm, hoping they will forget why they were about to cut themselves.
Brian Michael Good, the founder of the Best To Live Foundation is a suicide attempt, cancer, and verbal, physical, and sexual abuse survivor. "Never Surrender Your Soul" is one man's synopsis of faith, study, and thought. This book is a compilation of stories, quotes, anecdotes, and encouraging ideas, meant to help struggling individuals make sense of the world around them and help them find hope to live a meaningful life with less mind control and less fear. Read how to rise from the ashes of defeat. Learn how to survive.
I became homeless for ten months from December 2010 to September 2011, while writing self-help two books simultaneously over a period of six years. I ended up homeless, because I pushed myself so much during the writing "Never Surrender Your Soul," spiritual self-help book, which resulted in putting other peoples- needs ahead of mine.
While writing "Never Surrender Your Soul," I usually spent ten to twelve hours a day, six days a week writing. For two years during this time, I averaged two hours of sleep a night. Due to my full schedule, in addition to a lack of sleep, I had poor eating habits/diet, a lack of exercise, and a lacking social life. I was trying to run my skincare business at the same time. I am really good at multi-tasking, but I don-t know when to quit.
Today I am well and at peace. I wrote "Never Surrender Your Soul," to help other people. I found out after the book was published that in writing the book I saved myself and my soul. No one can defeat you. You can only defeat yourself. No one can truly save you. You must save yourself.
Read how to rise from the ashes of defeat.
Learn how to survive.
"Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear not absence of fear." - Mark Twain
"Life's journey often requires great courage to overcome our greatest fears." - Brian Michael Good
"Fear is what stops you. Courage is what keeps you going." - unknown author
"I'm not afraid. I was born for this!" - Joan of Arc
"It is our choices that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities." - J.K. Rowling
"We have nothing to fear but fear itself." - Franklin D Roosevelt
(1) When life gives you lemons, make lemonade From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia