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  • Writer's pictureStacie Adams

Discovering who you are.

Often times when we enter into counseling, part of the process involves deep introspection of who we are. I ask people to tell me about their “being“, who they are at the soul level, so to speak. This is usually very challenging as most of us don’t think about it. One way to approach this work is to start with stating who we are not. For example, stating that we are not defined by the bad things that happened to us. I am not that is a very powerful statement! Fill in the blank with whatever you need to release from your being.

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