When we are young a script is written for us. We are told about the world and how we should be. Packaged up in that story is a set of assumptions about how we should live, and how we should view others. But this story might not fit how we need to live a fulfilling life.
To rewrite the story does not mean failure. It simply means we are living an authentic life. Silence the unhelpful internal dialogue and retell your own story. Recast the characters in your, and rewrite the rules for how you believe you and others should live.
There is still time to rewrite the ending
Chris Warren-Dickins BACP Registered Counsellor
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