I have created a lot of drama and heartache throughout my life, both for myself and for others around me. And I’ve done that by struggling to value, appreciate and love myself. This wound goes far back into my childhood and is deeply rooted inside my psyche, my body and my heart. Very often in my life, I simply didn’t know what I actually truly wanted so it always seemed easier to go ahead with whatever someone else was proposing. But deep down, I was completely disconnected from myself. I was placing myself so low on my own list of priorities, that I never even knew that what I wanted actually mattered!
The role of authenticity
It takes a commitment
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