This week in my support group we were asked to pick butterflies that we felt described us. I picked the word Fearless because that describes me well.
I also picked the words Deserving, Good and Worthy.
I am slowly realizing my worth. I’m working on taking “bad” out of my vocabulary. And I am starting to see myself as worthy.
It’s very important to talk kindly to ourselves because we are listening.
I hope you will take a few minutes to think of some kind words to describe yourself!

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