Throughout the years we experience many life lessons. These could include really hard times but also really proud moments. The younger version of yourself is often locked inside a room deep within your subconscious mind yet plays a significant part of who you are as an adult.
The experiences that you had as a young child both good and bad is where you begin to form opinions and judgments of yourself. You tend to carry them forward in your life and they become either useful or the pieces that continue to hold you hostage.
Sometimes as a young child you learn that if you can make sure everyone else is happy it will keep the peace. You go above and beyond what is expected of you just to make sure everyone is taken care of, and your surroundings stay calm.
Does it feel scary to let go and not feel needed?
Do you feel exhausted from others draining your energy?
When you can let go of continuously helping others at the expense of your own sanity, you will then allow the peace you seek to come into your life. You see, as you become older this becomes a habit and you may find yourself the go to person, the one who can accomplish it all, and the one who will help everyone but does not help herself.
Often you lose your identity because you’re so busy being everyone else’s identity.
- Where are you giving advice when others aren’t asking for advice?
- Where are you overstepping and not staying on your side of the street?
Need some guidance to get yourself back on track?
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