3 reasons why you’re not honest with yourself & how to fix it
Hola Mis Amores,
How’s your spirit today?
Earlier this week I released an episode of the podcast, focused on healing from divorce. During that conversation with my guest, Kelly Augustine, we talked a lot about honesty and why we struggle with it when it comes to ourselves and others.
After releasing the episode I realized that we don’t discuss honesty enough, particularly uncomfortable honesty.
We’ve all felt the need to run away from our reality and avoid it at all costs because of fear. Fear of what we may find, how it will manifest in our lives, and how it will make us feel.
As a result, we live our lives feeling not in control, stuck, stressed, overwhelmed, angry, frustrated and unhappy.
That’s why today I’m sharing 3 reasons why you’re not honest with yourself and what you can do to fix it.
If you’re ready to begin to know yourself and accept yourself for who you and not for what you think you need to be, this video is for you.
Here’s what we cover:
- The 3 reasons why you’re not uncomfortably honest with yourself.
- What does it mean to be uncomfortably honest?
- How being uncomfortably honest can help you take back the control in your life.
- The number one question you have to ask yourself to practice uncomfortable honesty starting right now.
- What can this situation teach me about myself right now?
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