Have you considered the cost of always having to pretend things are 'fine' and you're 'all good' when in truth you've been walking around silently suffering?
If you're like me, you don't call it suffering. You call it being strong and independent.
The truth is that truth telling, first and foremost to ourselves, gives us access to release so many emotions and beliefs that don't serve us. Interestingly, we often don't even realize we aren't telling the truth, even to ourselves! One way to describe this is that we all have blind spots. We can't see what we can't see.
I'll let you in on a little secret: telling the truth can be scary as shit. And...
Truth telling is freedom!
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You’ve already done the work. The conversations about personal responsibility, self-love, the power of language are not new to you and you understand how they impact your life.
In your family, you're considered the deal-breaker. You've been called the black-sheep, pain-in-the-ass, trouble maker. When you try to talk about what you've learned, eyes glaze over and the subject is changed.
The idea of being in a room with other women that actually get you, like really get where you're coming from, seems almost too good to be true, yet it makes your heart beat faster at the thought of it.
Your life is busy, full, fantastic and sometimes challenging. And you are good with that.
You have a spiritual belief system in place and even if you can’t describe it, it’s YOURS. You’re totally down with all the intuitive stuff and talk about God and hugging trees is not an issue for you. You appreciate a well-timed f-bomb and people who tell it like it is.
You’re really, really good at giving. You do it all day, every day at home, work, with friends and definitely with your family.
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