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For decades after my trauma it was very hard to admit I was afraid. I thought being afraid meant I was weak, not ‘moving on’ and a host of other things I was, oh, so wrong about. Finally admitting I was afraid really freed me to get the healing work done.
Harold Wilson said, Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you’re scared to death.
It’s okay to admit to yourself that you’re terrified. After that, ask yourself what you need to feel safe and secure. And then, set about achieving that.
You have enormous healing potential. The goal is learning to access it.
Dig deep. You can do this. I believe in you!
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