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What I know is this: the more you have the more you can give. If people keep working on their business and bring in more income it allows the space for them to be able to give more. Shaming people for keeping their livelihood active isn’t going to support people in crisis.
Back in primary school you were considered “a natural” Everything was easy, you were the smart kid right? Everyone said you go places. So much praise and awards for doing well. It felt good. Until it stopped.
It’s something that’s talked about in hushed tones in Facebook groups, rarely mentioned on personal profiles on Facebook, and it’s not something that you see pictures posted about on Instagram What am I talking about?
When we re-engage with our sense of play and out childlike wonder at the world life shifts. Our creativity and imagination re-engages and energy levels lift.
You’re always a good girl, especially when you break the rules, even though there’s stress that comes with going against what we consider our nature (but the nature for many of us has come from nurture and isn’t who we truly are)
And after ten plus years of going hunting and digging for my own healing I have realised that most of the digging and scratching we do: WE DON’T NEED TO.