“Let go” are tiny words with huge rewards. If I want to, I can give up my attempts to control someone today.
Self-forgiving is: Accepting yourself as a human who has faults and makes mistakes. Letting go of self anger for your past failures, errors, and mistakes. No longer needing penance, sorrow, and regret over a grievous, self-inflicted, personal offense. The act of self love after you have admitted your failure, mistake, or misdeed. The spiritual self …∞
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Co-dependents, alcoholics, addicts and Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA’s) have a need to ‘let go’ of various parts of their lives. Letting go is: A decision to take an action that will result in a significant change in your life or in the lives of others. Taking a risk to change the status quo. Releasing …∞
Self-care is about setting boundaries, letting go "Some of us have so many voices in our heads, we could hold group therapy by ourselves," Rokelle Lerner. This internal chorus is often composed of voices from our family of origin, voices of critical teachers or bosses, voices from past relationships or current situations. Often these voices …∞
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