Donna M Ware
Donna M. Ware

Donna M. Ware

The Liberation of Accepting My Flaws

The Perfection of Imperfection

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Donna M Ware
·Sep 20, 2022·

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The Liberation of Accepting My Flaws
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I just downloaded Grammarly! Now I won't have to spell check every single, god damned word! I can't spell for shit and I didn't realize there wasn't spellcheck, till I'd written several posts. So I apologize for typos and spelling errors.

It took a little effort to motivate myself this evening. I was good this morning, yoga, reading a decent breakfast, and a nice cup of coffee. But towards the evening, my mind started on some bullshit. I began trying to put nonsensical reasons together for why things were going wrong.

WTF, I am the happiest I've been for a while. Getting my thoughts in a way that gives me constructive fuel, takes a minute for me, at times. I conquered this a few years back, but probably in the last year or so, I've had to get a hold of some of those old creeping thoughts.

Accepting my "flaw" has made me feel loving of myself. I don't feel like I need to be perfect anymore. I just need to know that even when I struggle, I am perfect, because I am being honest with myself and getting to the core of my fears that trigger doubt and disruptive thinking.

Self-love is a beautiful thing. I love that I am loving myself more and embracing the imperfections that make me uniquely me. I used to think I had to be perfect and fight my feelings that didn't feel "perfect." Then I just started accepting my flaws and figuring out why I felt certain ways and believed certain things about myself and the world.

I guess my what I thought were steps backward, is actually me growing and taking leaps forward. I must say this journey is getting better and better.

Well with these thoughts I wish you...

Good night

 
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