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How do i stop crying and heal from past mistakes and trust i

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How do i stop crying and heal from past mistakes and trust issues? I want to heal yet I do get these impulses towards myself. I don’t care to reveal my thoughts I already see many drs and have therapy so that’s already a work in progress.

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Jul 11

I hope you're doing better. I don't believe in coincidences and just this morning in my morning devotionals I read the following from the 7-day devotion "Distraction: The Purpose Killer": "Purpose thrives on believing what's possible, on dreaming up what can be, and by working passionately in the here and now. Nowhere in that equation is there room for what was, what didn't work, and what could have been. It was during a study of Joseph that I realized where we begin has no bearing on how far we can go. Yet, so many of us remain tied to the mistakes and pains of our past... Learn from your past and then keep going. That isn't your home any longer."
While I really needed to hear this myself today (I've been dealing with trying to get past a huge business failure and the negative self-talk is having a battle in my head) I believe that you may be the additional reason that this showed up today. You need to hear, as we all do, that our past whether good or disastrous does not define who we are today or going forward. I've known some very successful people who when the reason for their success came to an end had no idea who they were because their entire identity was wrapped up in what they were doing instead of who they truly were. We need to acknowledge the mistakes, learn from them, grow in ways that we didn't think possible and then keep moving. A great book that is helping me change the way I think is by Dr. Caroline Leaf called "Switch on Your Brain." It's helping me greatly with the negative self-talk although it's making me take some very honest and hard looks at myself. Hang in there. Sending lots of hugs, support and encouragement.

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kate86's picture
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Jul 11

Thank you. I saw my counselor today and I conveyed a lot even crying I think I spoke about every issue that’s bothering me and I feel better! Now keep that in my mind smiles and hugs to everyone

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Jul 12

Thats great to hear :-) hugs

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