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Encouraging Words: Wisdom from Around the Web | Vol. 19

You never know when the right words of encouragement will come along and give you a much needed boost. Here are five thoughtful and inspiring quotes from around the web.

 

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Well, that does it. Here are all the instructions any of us will ever need. #happyluckyidiot

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There are so many of us walking through life believing, possibly on a subconscious level, that we are unworthy. Many times it’s because we didn’t get the love, attention, nurturing etc…that we needed in our formative years. This may have lead to deep seated feelings of unworthiness, and unhealthy dynamics in our relationships as adults. The lovely @stacie.martin expresses it so well… that just because you didn’t receive these things you should have, doesn’t mean YOU were unworthy of it, or still are. That was a reflection of Them, NOT You! You are SO insanely worthy, sweet souls! I hope and pray that if you don’t believe it already, you invest all you can in reclaiming this truth for yourselves. As always, I do not speak to you with any sort of claim to have mastered anything, and am Always working right along side you. I love you, beautiful Tribe Leila #staciemartin#youareworthy#warriorspirit#chronicillness#rebelthriver#mentalhealth#instadaily#empath#soulwork#healing#chronicpain#yoga#leilad#rebelstrong#ellahicks#survivors#domesticviolence#rebelthrivertribe#ptsd#spirituality#lightworker#tribelife#rebelsoul#trauma#loveliveshere#encouragement#inspirationalquotes#thrive#rise

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we all know an excessive apology giver, and if you don’t, you’re probably that person in your friend group haha. you obviously need to apologise sometimes, if you’ve done something bad or hurtful. being able to give someone an heartfelt apology is a good skill. but some people over-apologise. they apologise for things not in their control, things that are clearly not their fault. they apologise for being sensitive, for someone else bumping into them, they apologise for apologising. but over apologising can be troublesome, saying sorry too much can trivialize the act of apology, making the important ones carry less weight. many things can lead to over apologising. a high level of agreeableness, a difficult upbringing, a past of emotional abuse, a naturally high level of compassion for others, can all lead to constantly saying sorry. but always remember, you do not have to apologise for your existence. one way to stop saying sorry so much is replacing the “sorry” with “thank you”. it makes it so that you seem more thankful, and assured, rather than sounding insecure, unsure, or undeserving. being able to assert yourself, and owning your right to make your way in the world is vital. you don’t have to apologise for simply being, you don’t have to apologise for having flaws. • • • #mentalhealth #mentalillness #mentalhealthawareness #psynligt #nostigma #mentalhealthwarrior #recovery #schizophrenia #eatingdisorders #bulimia #anorexia #ptsd #borderline #bpd #ocd #bipolar #bipolardisorder #anxiety #depression #pain #chronicillness #adhd #art #digitalart #artistsoninstagram #comic #crazyheadcomics

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