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Are we free if we live our lives in a way that consistently requires the approval of others to be truly happy?
Are we free if we consistently force ourselves to live within the confines of other people’s expectations?
Are we free if we consistently dilute our true selves to make others happy?
Are we free if our emotions and mental state are easily controlled by what others say or do?
Are we free if we cannot consider an opposing point of view without getting emotional or immediately dismissing it because it contradicts our own beliefs?
These are limitations we place on ourselves. They are, quite simply, bad habits.
The good news is that, as habits, we can replace them with better, far more empowering options if we so choose.
It may take work to rewrite years of mental and emotional constraints, but who is in charge of your life?
“When you truly know who you are — and who you are in the process of becoming — you will no longer live in fear of what people say or think about you.”
Whether it’s strong, confident, carefree, independent or all of the above, give yourself the freedom to be as you truly wish to appear to others.
Don’t give power to those who don’t have your best interest in mind. Reclaim the freedom to be your true self by defining your own identity and wrestle back control of your thoughts, feelings, and sense of self-worth from those you have inadvertently given power over you.
- When you truly know who you are…
- Fear of self-expression is a form of self-imposed slavery
- Accept who you are
- The problem with the expression “Be yourself”.
- You are not a book (and why that matters)
- The unique you is beautiful
- Who is in charge?
- Wide mouths, narrow minds
- Who is in charge?
- Happiness. Contentment. Inner peace.