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Fiercely Free Friday

How many times have you've been asked, 'who are you?' As I reflected on what God would have me to share, He brought my attention to how this question has been challenging for some to answer. Rather than respond with 'who we are' there's often a tendency to respond with 'what we do, ' representing our doing vs. our being.

One of the best things we can do is understand the value of how being our most authentic self is essential to building meaningful relationships. Being our authentic self is who we genuinely are deep down on the inside. That's the unique part of you that isn't bound by the thoughts and opinions of others.

As you reflect on your relationships, I would almost guarantee that the ones that strengthen and help you develop are those built on spiritual integrity, hold you accountable, and allow you to walk in your true self - flaws and all. However, this can only happen when our words, actions, and behaviors consistently match the core of who we are.

On our fiercely free journey, while you may embrace many things— may you be empowered and inspired to realize and appreciate the value-added to relationships when you embrace authenticity. Why? Because you cannot be authentic if you don't believe in yourself. Dare to be unapologetically and uniquely YOU!

Fiercely Free Social lWellness Affirmation

'I give myself permission to walk in honesty and transparency even if it makes me vulnerable.'

6 Social Wellness Ingredients

  1. Healthily speak your truth.

  2. Fearlessly align your decisions with your values and beliefs.

  3. Listen to the wisdom of the small still voice guiding.

  4. Dare to be vulnerable and open-hearted, and open-minded.

  5. Set boundaries.

  6. Boldly walk away from toxic situations that create barriers to your flowing in authenticity.

Call to Action

Based on your body's story, focus on less perfection and more authenticity that empowers you to purposely integrate one of the fierce Social Wellness ingredients that nurture your MIND, BODY, and SPIRIT.

'Join the 'Me-Time Movement!'


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