Something for the weekend

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How to sit with painful emotions

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“I realized this about my own fears a few years ago — that they are always exactly the same, and that they are always exactly the same as everyone else’s, and therefore they are nothing special and actually just kind of boring. (I want to say to my fears sometimes, “Really? That’s the best you can come up with? This old song again? REALLY — you’re telling me once again that I’m not good enough? That my work isn’t good enough? That’s it? That’s seriously the best you got, AFTER ALL THESE YEARS? Jeez, get some new material, dude.”)” — Elizabeth Gilbert

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Happy weekend, loves! xo

One response to “Something for the weekend
  1. Roxanne galpin

    Oh, ‘how to sit with painful emotions.’ What I needed to read today, freshly grieving my oldest sister’s death a week ago from stage 4 stomach cancer. The temptation to drown the pain is enormous. And today when I sat down to disentangle my feelings on paper, in writing, I was surprised at how much judgement I am harbouring about my own feelings.

    Thank you for sharing this.

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