Why Everything Happens for a Reason

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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7 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good Luck with your new job Sarah and thank you for this blog, it gives me belief when things are tough.
    Sue

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi there

    I am also, much like you, a self proclaimed thought leader myself! I have been reading yr blogs and been following you on facebook too. I tend to look at interesting and interpersonal retrospects on internet. Trying to see how people express themselves. You have great struggle story. You have indeed grown from a house wife to a career women which is commendable. Please dont take this as a critique but I do find some oddities with your blog. Since the begining of your blogs, I have been seeing that you keep on emphasizing your plight in the blogs and how you have risen from ashes. You have a very busy and prolific life on facebook . Your blogs, much they are advertised on facebook also, say about the hardships you have gone through and are still going through. You talk about the personal thing on facebook like how you dont have medical insurance, how you have no apartment to sleep. This definitely attracts empathy but then we see regular updates like you checking in at expensive bars, having drinks, taking fitness classes that cost money. No one will ever ask how the two can simultaneously coexist but it does put questions on the authenticity of the advice that you give and the plight that you suffer through. The Sarah from facebook is completly paradoxical from the Sarah from the blogs!

    pleases don’t take this personal but this is just a feedback I had in mind after reading your blogs and status updates. The likes and hits might not be always reflective of the support. You very well know how the social media is.

    from one thought leader to another
    sincerely
    Jim

  3. Sarah says:

    Hi Jim,

    Thanks so much for your feedback, I appreciate it. Check out the post I just wrote in response to your question. Great question too thank you. It ties right in to the message I am trying to spread about the Law of Attraction.

    The post is “Are you for real?”

    And to your last point, I agree. I get plenty of “haters” but I look at it this way…I’m not making a single penny from anything I do. I spend a lot of my own time answering letters because I love doing it and because it fills a space in my own life. I’m not out to sell anything or convince anyone of ANYTHING. This is my PERSONAL life/journey, I share it with the goal and hope that there are others out there like myself who can get encouragement and hope from it. That is it. I’m not a Dr, a therapist or a professional. I’m a single mom who has a passion for writing and the Law of Attraction, people are free to take it or leave it.

    Please let me know if that post doesn’t answer your questions, I’d be happy to expand.

    Thanks! Sarah

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi Sarah,

    Thanks for sharing your experience.. i am in a similar situation but now i feel stable is because i keep telling my self that there is something fantastic on my way and that is how not lost hopes and know that something which is on its way is goin to be extraordinary..

    While reading your article i was a lilltle upset and off track from my belief however after reading the article i am feeling free and relaxed. Thanks once again for sharing the article and wish you luck for the new job and a new beginning.

    regards
    Bhakti Mehta

  5. Sarah says:

    thanks so much Bhakti, makes me really happy that the articles are helpful for you. Sometimes in life encouragment is hard to come by, so when we do it’s just what our soul needs sometimes. Keep believing, it WILL COME!

  6. mcgowan88 says:

    Thanks for the post! The topic is very close to me. Recently I had have a serious disease, and no matter how hard I tried to cope with it, it always came back. I was in despair, it lasted 10 months and I was thinking like oh my god what do you punish me for? But apparently I realized that it wasn’t a punishment. It happened for a reason, and maybe I don’t know what exact reason it was, but this disease have definitely taught me a lesson. Staying positive in such kind of situation is absolutely crucial!
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  7. Baker says:

    Good job, Sarah. you views on your experience inspire me, i really appreciate this information.
    Good Luck with your new job.
    Cheers,
    Baker

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