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Diary of a Leader

Updated on April 6, 2020
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Depression is talked about in a number of context, Here the authors point of view toward insight within leadership.

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What defines a leader?

Through thick and thin, to hell and back, a leader leads showing the pack real dedication needed to teach and guide.

Leaders take initiative to create and show how things are done. Solitary and trauma is what usually creates one of two things, a leader or a monster. In some instances the trauma creates a sheep in a sense that they follow due to staying complacent to the pain inside.

When the team takes a hit the leader is the first one to bring empathy and compassion along with reprimands to ensure the situation does not repeat.

Leader are strong and bring people up.

But who’s there for the leaders?

From their personal growth, it’s been very lonely.

I mean let’s be real.

It’s great leading and helping others or rather, be very selective over who to help as time and growth continue to gain.

However, where does a leader turn when the breaking point comes?


No one is strong enough to hear the leader since it’s a sign of weakness and overall, the years of good are immediately forgotten over the temporary pain and strain.


This brings me back to the initial questions, how is this addressed?

Why is it okay for people to be there for some while in return find completely abandoning them in return?


That’s a way of life and it’s horrible but humbling because solitary is a real feeling and way of life.

The pain that builds up is meant to be on our shoulders and just suck it up.

Can’t help everyone anymore since the imploding cave just seems to not want to stop dropping.


No matter where we go, if we die tomorrow but wasn’t truly loved today...we have to try to love ourselves.

Is what it is, hurts more than really imagine.

Just words , but thrown into a emotionally and reality... Leaders have it hard too.


Diary of a leader

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 YoloWithYoyo

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    • Brenda Arledge profile image

      BRENDA ARLEDGE 

      18 months ago from Washington Court House

      So true. No one really thinks about the turmoils of the strong ones.

      They often suffer in silence. But then again, I doubt they choose to let anyone really know when they need someone.

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