You've kept it silent in order to not make waves.
You've played at "easy going" because that seemed like the easiest thing to do. The path of least resistance.
You've agreed to things you didn't really want to do because you didn't want to disappoint someone.
And you've begun to lose trust in that voice inside you, instead looking outside for answers.
And that voice inside you, the one I call Your Truest Voice, it's starting to speak a little louder. Vying for your attention.
Now the words you have silenced, the needs you have set aside, and the desires you have buried can no longer be ignored.
To get clarity on what it's trying to say.
To rebuild trust in yourself and your decisions.
To know that your choices are wholeheartedly yours and be confident in speaking them.
From this place of knowing and trusting your voice, you will forge a path toward belonging to yourself from which will stem even deeper belonging in the world
I too silenced myself. I too was "easy going", saying "yes" so as not to disappoint. I was the woman I thought I was supposed to be. And it wasn't working. As I began to peel off the voices that came from outside and reveal that truest voice within, I gained a greater sense of self worth and self trust. I am learning to belong to myself and, in turn, finding more belonging with others.
Kim helped me see a long-standing issue in a different light that will guide me from here on
Robin Kimbrell Wiggs
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Kim was just the person I need to come into my life: she knows how to ask important reflective questions, offers advice without judgement, gives the push/motivation I need, she grants me the permission to be patient with myself. My life has changed dramatically. I'm in a much different/better place and I credit Kim with that