Being authentic means being vulnerable

Keywords: authentic living , balance , change , healing , imposter syndrome , self mastery , authenticity , be yourself , emotional healing , healthy mindset , how to be authentic , perfectionism

It’s sometimes more comfortable not to go there but the goal here is to help you grow and expand. Being authentic means being honest with yourself and others when you don’t want to do something. It means stepping out of your comfort zone and getting a little uncomfortable. It means trying something a little risky or out of the norm for you in order to learn and understand who we truly are and what makes you unique.

https://michellethompson.ca/2020/12/10/how-to-be-more-authentic-with-others

I want to be a “Whole Hearted” person

Keywords: forgiveness , Happiness , joy , mindfulness , shame

These are people who get real about things, they accept vulnerability, they admit their mistakes, they practice mindfulness, have the difficult conversations that need to happen and recognize that we, meaning each and everyone of us, are dealing with the same things. They recognize that we have shared human experiences with a variety of issues and that we are not alone in our madness… in fact… our madness is quite common.

https://sorsha60.wordpress.com/2020/11/27/dealing-with-shame

Embracing the fact that it’s reallybloodyokay to have feelings and wants and needs and to be big and bold about them

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Maybe I need a safe space for that to happen. And by safe space, I probably mean a safe relationship. Before you start, I really don’t subscribe to the idea that it’s ‘pathetic’ to want a relationship – they’re what life is all about – so I will continue to aspire to being in a healthy, committed, loving relationship. And not to fix me necessarily, but to allow me that room and safety net to be more. To be me.

https://teacupsandtrainers.com/2020/11/17/more-or-less