Society often teaches us to put others before ourselves, but what if putting ourselves first helps us be better for those around us?
Why shouldn’t we put ourselves first so we can be the best of ourselves and have the ability to share that with others?

Healing helps everyone.

What if putting ourselves first is taking our power back by getting up from the table that no longer feeds us and creating a seat at our own table where we can love and have compassion for others.

When will you reach the point of your life where you make no apologies for the way you choose to heal yourself?

Be inspired by the fear of being average but no fear to lose what needs to be lost.
Energy flows where intention goes, choose solitude over toxicity.
Promise to love yourself especially when you fail after trying your f*cking best. Be addicted to the progress and not the end goal because you’ll soon forget the journey it took to get there.

Esther Hicks once said, when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

Someday you will look back and know exactly why it had to happen this way and it will all make sense until then keep thriving instead of surviving. You got this!

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