1. If your problem is what you do to yourself it means that you are the one with the power and the control and the choice to make it be different.
2. You are not a simple product of your experiences, you are a product of what you make of and do with those experiences.
3. Taking responsibility is liberating.
4. Enduring is liberating.
5. The concept of acceptance seems to be a difficult one. I define it as no longer fighting against something. It doesn’t mean you embrace it or like it or agree with it. It simply means that you won’t fight it anymore. It is what it is, and now it is your turn to decide what you’re going to do with it – or in spite of it.
6. Acceptance is liberating.
7. At some time in your life you need to take control and live a happy, normal life and not dwell on the past. It is not worth the pain and aggravation.
8. Letting go is liberating.
9. Replacing bad habits is liberating.
10. Once you make the decision to change, you have to be educated first on what the problem is and secondly how to fix it. Most people cannot do it entirely on their own. Which is why teachers, pastors, and mentors are so important. You can’t change what you don’t know.
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