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Overcoming The Loser Spirit: Embracing Yourself (Lesson #16)


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Sometimes, we just need to take a step back from our stressful lives and give ourselves a huge metaphorical hug.  

So how can we better embrace ourselves?

It starts with building a sliver of solitude into our lives. It may be more challenging for parents and other family caregivers to consistently carve out long blocks of time out for solitude. However, just an hour a day of quiet time can recharge us. Next, we take the time to embrace who we are and how far we have come in our journey.

Exercise #1-
Are you embracing where you are right now in your journey?  If so, what was the turning point in which you decided to embrace your life's journey? If not, what is holding you back from embracing your life?

Song of the Day: "The Toreador" by Georges Bizet

Meditation:
I am self-aware. I am actively practicing self-acceptance. I am embracing myself and where I am in my journey.


Listen to the audio version of Overcoming the Loser Spirit: Embracing Yourself via the Bougie Girl University podcast. 



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