If we don´t share our whole story, I have found it is easier to harden and feel trapped because there is a part of ourselves asking to have a place and we are denying that. This week I encourage you to explore the possibility of expressing the parts of yourself that you have felt like you ¨should¨ or ¨need¨ to hide in order to ¨be good¨ and acceptable. What could happen if you give it a place?
I share a quote that, upon research, is a quote from two authors that was melded together - The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to their graves with their story still in them. These words were combined from those of Henry D. Thoreau and Oliver Wendell Holmes.
It´s time to stop suffering in silence and living in quiet desperation. Share your story with someone you love, with a group that is open and supportive, through your art.
What you do to express and give a space for your whole story?