February Resolutions

New year, and already I’m a month behind! Haven’t been to choir practice, didn’t make any resolutions and now, January, my daughter’s 16th and my birthday  have  passed, and I’m 47 yet still trying to grow up and find my place.

I started an e-course following Brene Brown, ‘the gifts of  imperfection’, recommended by a good friend who suggested it would help me, as you can read, I struggle with negative self talk!  What hit me initially was the quote ‘In the absence of love and belonging there is suffering.’ I get the need for love, but I’m still processing this belonging business. It has awoken a realization that I have never truly felt I have belonged and highlighted how much I hustle to fit in.

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