Being Who You Are


I stopped trying to be something different than who I am. It was exhausting. Confidence soon followed.

And guess what – others accepted the real me, too.

5 thoughts on “Being Who You Are

  1. That’s another one of those mysterious statements I don’t understand. Be yourself. Who or what exactly is that? Don’t know.


    • It’s whatever comes up. It’s being willing to be in the process of evolving without the constant monitoring based on a sense of “over-responsibility” – that is, taking on the responsibility of other’s opinions of you or emotions other’s have in connection to you. HINT: we have no business ‘out there’ anyway! ;)

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