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What you do matters!

Uh...huh...It's true

 
 
 
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Going beyond "I Do" because you're worth it

Getting to 'I Do' is a dream of so many women. I remember a time when I believed that once I found someone to love me ‘enough’ I would be okay forever.

What I didn’t realize at the time was that no one can ever love me enough unless I truly love myself. Still, today, writing the words 'love myself’ I can feel a twinge of Ewwww. I’m not sure where the taboo of self-love originated, but it doesn’t matter. What matters is that we discover it's falsity and...

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What are YOU tolerating?

I walked through the black iron gates onto the 9th Avenue seminary grounds. The buildings shielding the gardens stretched from 9th to 10th Avenues. The stillness comforted me long enough to feel safe in the darkness. Timidly I walked towards the only light shining through an open door at the top of a staircase. A partially lit man stood at the bottom of the stairs.

"Is this your first time?" he asked.

I raised my head, slowed my pace, and whispered, "Yes."

"May I give you a hug?", he replied....

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Do you have a healthy self-esteem?

 
Did you know that by the age of 8, we've already developed our self-esteem? 

Our environment along with anyone we come in contact with, molds this newly developed regard for self.

So, that time you ran to your dad and said, "Daddy I'm scared." And he replied, "There's nothing to be scared of silly." created a discrepancy of data between you and your dad's response. These seemingly insignificant moments of conflict result in building a foundation of self-doubt.

When your environment and...

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Allow yourself to BE fulfilled already

 
Are you tired? Do you regularly find yourself frantically running from thing to thing? If so, I can relate.

By the age of fifteen, I'd mastered the art of searching for happiness outside of myself. I was confident that I'd find fulfillment if I had the 'right' relationship, the 'perfect' job, and friends who 'really' understood me. In the meantime, I numbed my misery in bottles of alcohol, blaming others, binge eating, and in a myriad of other ways.

The delusion that fulfillment was something...

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