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How To Hold On To Your Defined Why

How To Hold on to Your Defined WHY

That's right. It’s time to decide what you want. Do you want to heal? Do you want to continue to fight for your long term wellbeing?

Or do you want to just "try", because that’s what your world is dictating for you to strive for?

(Remember Yoda, and his "Try not, DO YOU MUST"?)

We can not fully heal if we do not decide to heal. Sounds awfully simplistic, doesn’t it? But yes, there needs to be a moment of decision.

Repeat these two options I’m presenting to you in these paragraphs, out loud, and see what they feel like after you voice them:

Yes, I will be a victim the rest of my life. It’s too hard … I don’t want to take responsibility for my now choices. My surroundings dictate who I am and I will remain being.


Yes, I will be a Survivor. I will not allow this trauma to define me, I will carve my path, although it now looks differently than I’d ever hoped or imagined, and I will put together the puzzle pieces of my life, and I will flourish and grow, I will tame my self talk, because the 60,000 thoughts I have in a day can and will be guided by me. I have the power to turn this around.

There comes a time when we choose.

Yes, or No.

Yes to me and life and love and shining in our uniqueness in this world, or no, I will wallow in this and stay here.

There are good reasons for both. And no-one will judge you for your choice. You have the right to go left or go right. This is entirely up to you.

Now, if you’ve decided on the second option of being the best You the universe has ever imagined you to be, then please, read on: