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Hello, this is your inner child calling…

Happiness. Contentment. Inner peace.
"That doesn't count."
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RING! RING!

Hello! This is your inner child calling. Remember me? You’re an adult now and we seem to have parted ways some time ago.

I just wanted to tell you how much I miss being able to act and do things without so much regard to what you imagine others might think. Because, once upon a time, that didn’t matter. Remember?

You forget that the majority of people actually like to see people loving life. Laughing. Playing. Being silly. And as long as they’re not being rude or causing harm, people often admire those who don’t concern themselves so much with what other people think.

Maybe part of the key to being happy doesn’t involve staying disconnected from the part of you that was most familiar with states of true joy & happiness. Maybe it involves being confident and comfortable with your complete self.

Because that person who experienced those states of joy & happiness wasn’t looking for those things. They were those things

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Happiness. Contentment. Inner peace.
"That doesn't count."
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