Here are some ideas about what we can do to move through our experience of feeling “flawed,” to a place of acceptance, peace and then you would potentially love your flaws
2020 been a rough year for a lot of reasons, and because of the events that have unfolded a lot of people have been suffering with bad mental health as a cause of it.
Do you consider yourself bold or someone who goes for it with passion in life? Some of us do, but most people I know and work with, myself included, admit that they don’t often think of themselves as a bold person.
Instead of asking ourselves, “Why is this happening TO me?” we could instead ask, “Why is this happening FOR me?” Wow – there’s a world of difference in those two questions.
Do you ever find yourself stuck in a negative place, worrying that things won’t get any better (or even that they will get worse)? Or, have you ever had things going so well in your life that you just knew it wouldn’t last? If you’re anything like me and most of the people I know , your answer to both of these questions would be, of course, “yes.”