Do You Know Your Own Heart?
Deep down, do you know yourself? Do you know your own heart?
If you aren’t sure who you really are, you may try to please others and pretend to be someone that your loved ones and friends want you to be. After some time, this will feel like a burden, and you will seek other relationships where you can drop your defenses and be who you really are.
If you want to drop your defenses, you need to share your truth and bring it out in the open. Being truthful can be very challenging, when you haven’t felt comfortable with sharing it until now.
During deep, caring friendships and relationships and within the therapy relationship, you have a chance to share yourself in a meaningful, authentic way, and allow your inner self to grow. As you share your authentic self, your relationships will develop on the foundation of honesty and openness — with yourself and with those you care about.
It takes courage to share yourself with others honestly and completely. It also takes practice.
Are you willing to look deeply into your heart and truly know what you find there?
Start by sharing your truth with those you trust. Practice and take your time.
Openness is so valuable in authentic relationships and you don’t have to be controlled by your defenses any longer.
Becoming you can start right now. Open your heart and live the life you want to live.
You can be the person you’ve always dreamed you could be. Lasting peace is within your reach.