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  • Stephany Williams
    August 22, 2011 - 6:52 am | Permalink

    Heyy Sarah. Your blog is so Inspirational. Your blog and you your self have helped me. Gave me hope and courage and taught me how to have faith how to believe that anything is possible. Taught me that I can dream and achieve anything to thrive for my hopes and dreams ” The Outcome Is All Mine”.! Not to let the struggles get me down and if they do get right back up and have faith hope and courage to thrive again. I want to thank you from high heavens for writing and sharing your story your struggles and how you got through them. Its amazing almost unbelieveable. Thank you so much. You truely are an Amazing Woman and Mother. Because of you will I ALWAYS have faith and believe I can do anything I can achieve my dreams. I will thrive for what I want and I will get it. “MY LIFE AND THE OUTCOMES ARE WHAT I WANT THEM TO BE. PAIN BREEDS STRENGTH AND I NEED TO TRUST MY STRUGGLES THAT THE OUTCOME OF MY STRUGGLES WILL BE OHKAY AND WHAT I WANT.” Thanks again Sarah. Stay Blessed. Xoxo

  • August 22, 2011 - 8:03 am | Permalink

    Sarah,

    I just found your blog on tumblr and I just want to say THANK YOU! You have done exactly what you set out to do, inspire. I am at the very beginning of what I know is going to be a very hard, long journey. My husband and I just recently decided that we need to get a divorce after 7 years of marriage. I have no job, no money, no degree, and no clue on where or what to do from here. Your story has showed me that I need to change my way of thinking and layout some clear cut goals AND dreams! Things have been so hard for us that I just have a “everything is out of reach” mentality and now is my opportunity to break that. Thank you so much for sharing your story and being just the boost I needed to keep me going.

    Many Thanks,

    Stephanie
    payne-full.tumblr.com

    • September 21, 2012 - 5:17 am | Permalink

      I’m soooo moved that my story gave you that boost to keep going and honestly it’s hearing stories like your’s Stephanie that give me the boost I need to keep going as well… thank you so much!

  • Anonymous
    August 22, 2011 - 8:36 am | Permalink

    Sarah,

    Your blog is the one that I check daily! I stumbled across your blog when I was randomly searching for something on the internet and now that I know you, I think that finding your blog was not just a coincidence.

    The teachings of LOA that you bring forth are so much more user-friendly and easy to understand compared to other books, movies etc. about LOA. Not only that, but I was astounded at the fact that you reply to messages that your readers have… You have definately helped me a lot in making a change for the better in my life and you have gone out of your way to connect me to others who have been through similar painful experiences such as I have. In my eyes, you are the next Oprah. I will not be surprised to see you make this world yours.

    Not only are you a great teacher and mentor, but I see you as a good friend too. Thank YOU so much for all your help. I pray that God rewards you abundantly for all the good you are doing!

    Nabeela

  • Anonymous
    August 22, 2011 - 8:38 am | Permalink

    http://thoughtsstorieslife.blogspot.com/2011/08/write-review-of-thoughtsstorieslife.html

    Hii Sarah
    I just got your reply regarding my osted query, you answered dear it on facebook during our chat, I appreciate your response towards my problem.

    Thankyou sarah

    Regards Shilpa πŸ™‚

  • August 22, 2011 - 9:18 am | Permalink

    Reading your blog always make me feel good and encourages me to bring about a change in my life. I love reading your blog.

  • Anonymous
    August 22, 2011 - 9:01 pm | Permalink

    I just read your story on the secret website and it was so inspiring!! I have been trying to move to Atlanta to be with my boyfriend and also in trying to move have had some amazing job opportunities present themselves.

    I had two great interviews when I was in Atlanta two weeks ago…then I came into my work right after my trip and they told me they were going to let me go along with 5 other coworkers. They told me I have at least two months…so that’s good. It’s been a weird emotional roller coaster so reading your story gave me hope!

    I hadn’t heard from either of the Atlanta companies yet…so after reading your story I decided to write them all thank you emails and picture positive results πŸ˜‰

    Also – after your advice I made a vision board. So here’s to the new adventure. Thank you for infusing hope into my situation!

  • Anonymous
    August 24, 2011 - 1:25 am | Permalink

    To anyone wondering whether or not you should spend time reading any of this blog:

    YES! You should! You’ll be glad you did!

    Like you, I’m pulled in all directions and don’t have time to read just anything! I have even less time to post a comment and this is something I rarely do! But I’m doing it this time because Sarah, and her style of writing, is such a rare find!

    When you read Sarah’s blog, be prepared not only for great content (which you would expect), but you’ll want to prepare yourself for her amazing writing style!

    You and I are probably alike in that if we had a choice of either reading words on a computer screen OR having a beer or Starbucks with the author, who personally shares the information with you, you’d choose having it shared in person. Right?

    Well I have good news for you! When you read Sarah’s blog, you will feel as though she is right there with you! As though you’re laughing and enjoying that drink together! All the while, learning some great truths.

    Some writers are professional, some funny and personable but unfortunately their content is a waste of time. Some writers have great content but their delivery is lacking. With this blog you have now found a wonderful balance of all these things. Enjoy!

    Disclaimer – I don’t know Sarah personally nor anyone else that might be affiliated with this blog.

    • September 21, 2012 - 5:29 am | Permalink

      this is true I don’t know you personally but I think I want to!! thank you so much what an awesome review πŸ™‚

  • August 24, 2011 - 7:27 pm | Permalink

    you are so candid! and so real! you make me feel like it’s ok to have feelings, and more importantly, that i can say them out loud! you make me feel like it’s ok–and SAFE–to want things, to have aspirations, and to GO FOR WHAT I WANT.
    because of you, i know i can fall but get back up, smile through tears, and hope through difficulty, knowing there is a giant sun just beaming behind any clouds that drift into view.
    thank you for speaking your heart, and thanks for telling me i can too.

    “Every blade of grass has its angel that bends over it and whispers, grow, grow.”
    -the talmud

  • Karen
    August 26, 2011 - 2:36 pm | Permalink

    Sarah, I love your FB page and blog. It is inspiring. Keep it going. Thanks Karen

  • August 28, 2011 - 9:44 am | Permalink

    I am very GRATEFUL to get to know Sarah and her Inspirational’s Blog. I found this blog couple months ago when I had difficult time with my long distance relationship. But,Universe is never sleep. It knows what I need. So, accidentally I found thoughtstorieslife.blogspot.com.

    I read about all the difficult time and how did Sarah dealt with the situation. So, I decided to get some advice from her. I didn’t know why, but I had good feeling that she could help me…

    Now, my life is so much better. I can deal with the relationship. I can see my relationship from different perspective and I open mind now… I see my relationship with positive attitude and I BELIEVE that I will be together with my boyfriend next year…

    Sarah.. You will be my witness… How The Law of Attraction works for me… and I promise you that I’ll keep you update…

    Thanks for your help and thanks for sharing with us…
    I love your posts..

    Love,
    Aslih

    • September 21, 2012 - 5:34 am | Permalink

      I’m so glad I was able to help shed new light on the situation πŸ™‚ and so glad you are sticking to the changes in your life, awesome job!

  • pyscholikethat
    August 29, 2011 - 8:49 pm | Permalink

    I’m a single mom of twin girls in Arkansas. Thank you for posting your story. I needed to NOT feel so alone today, and you helped me. Thank you,

    Miranda

  • AT
    September 2, 2011 - 7:22 pm | Permalink

    Sarah-
    Keep your words and ideas coming… You are teaching others through your own journey! Your ability to articulate your emotions and dreams helps us all. Clearly you were put on this earth to be a teacher. You give power, ideas and tangible actions. Life long learning is what its all about but…we need people to help us learn about ourselves.

    With gratitude,
    AT

  • Anonymous
    October 8, 2011 - 11:59 am | Permalink

    Hi Sarah,
    Your blog is truly an inspiration and although I have been a LOA practitioner for a few years my belief was wavering when my 17 year old son was diagnosed with cancer. I messaged you with my concerns and you helped keep me focused. I was touched that someone who didn’t know me could care so much.
    Several months have passed and my son has been given the all clear, I cannot describe my feelings of joy but every day I give thanks for his healing and I thank you Sarah for being there. You are a special person.
    Wishing you health, wealth and happiness
    Sue x

    • September 21, 2012 - 5:39 am | Permalink

      Sue, I’ll never forget reading your email.. I just sat there and cried. I just kept thinking, I’m NOT qualified to answer this message. So I thought on it all night, and in the morning I made a commitment to myself and to you and to all my readers that all I can do is be me. Be the friend that I would want to have, “qualified” or not. I am so happy that your son is doing better and that your faith is strong πŸ™‚ what a huge blessing.
      xo
      Sarah

  • Anonymous
    January 17, 2012 - 5:28 am | Permalink

    Hello Sarah ……..

    Shahzaib Khalid: Living a Dream of becoming a psychologist

    I always wanted to be a psychologist by profession and I have always dreamed since my studies of Bachelors of Business Administration studies. Now I m living a dream come true thanks to my teachers who believed in me so much that I got the training from Karwan – e – Hayat a trainer and a teacher Mam Shakeela Fareed Khan ( A clinical psychologist by profession).
    Thou my degree of MBA had been my wall and I faced many difficulties during the training such as management issues that my degree is not relating to my field. I didn’t give up and I still believed that it’s a challenge given to me by God Almighty and I wanted to live this dream since the development of my dream. As my story starts I used to stammer a lot and I was starting to lose faith me been to counselors and broken by there deceptions and suddenly my life changed when I met a counselor Mrs. Rozy Tanveer Malik who helped me in my problems of having nightmares and gave me everything such as every challenges to boost me up for facing life challenges. I am now fearless my stage fright is gone I got confidence to face crowd in a debating and the fear to act is just gone.
    It has been said that if you believe in fairy tales they come alive. I dreamed to meet my God Mother since childhood I looked at stars and believed that someday I am going to meet my God Mother and Mrs. Rozy Tanveer Malik came into my life as my God Mother and Gave me chance to become a psychologist.
    I learned many things in my training such as IMR (Illness Management Recovery), Group session, individual client handling and staff leg pulling strategies. The only thing that inspires me is that gratitude is the key to happiness and if we see from the eyes of these psychotic patients who come from different back grounds. The most common symptoms were in them were Schizophrenia, Bi-polar, Depression and Paranoid and these are most common problems seen in our society. Our problems of society are growing so mush that common people are getting in psychological problems.
    I am living a dream come true my moral to readers is that never give up on your dreams just believe in them and they will follow you and now I am a fully trained psychologist achieving all my dreams that I wished for and I got it. Thanks to God and my teachers without them this dream was impossible to achieve.
    you r an inspiring teacher πŸ™‚

  • January 18, 2012 - 1:38 am | Permalink

    HEY .. well its hard to look back n see your past in a positive manner.. n u inspired me aloot to do that too… n i found u truly inspirational more than the secret teachers .. u r amazing .. just keep d faith n b with d flow .. would love 2 read some more articles from u … thanxs 4 inspiring me … πŸ™‚

    smruti (19 years)
    india …

    πŸ™‚

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