How I found my voice (part2)

I have never since that time stopped learning more about self-development. I understand the pain of emotional and mental bondage and I understand the struggle of depression and how it feels to be in that situation as well as the implications of it and it is not a pleasant thing. So I always try as much as possible to just say what I think. Mostly positive things even though no one wants to. But I say it anyway and I always make a point to be kind and understanding towards others. That way I learn more and I can give out my opinions and inspirations accordingly.

I have never since that time stopped learning more about self-development. I understand the pain of emotional and mental bondage and I understand the struggle of depression and how it feels to be in that situation as well as the implications of it and it is not a pleasant thing. So I always try as much as possible to just say what I think. Mostly positive things even though no one wants to. But I say it anyway and I always make a point to be kind and understanding towards others. That way I learn more and I can give out my opinions and inspirations accordingly.

~written by SENALO TWAISE

DOCTOR PRESCRIPTIONS :

  • Everything takes time don’t rush your self trying to understand everything and be perfect.
  • it took time for Senalo to accept and understand herself, love the period of learning how to love yourself.

~by Doctor of happiness

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