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    Life teaches many things.#Pain is one among them.My own Lines..

    Life teaches many things. #Pain is one among them.My own Lines..

    3 0 16 minutes ago
    Iniziamo a muovere le gambe per la stagione 2019/2020...
Anche quest’anno presenti alla color run (Rachele 2 anni e 10 mesi 3 partecipazioni 🏅 )
6km senza un metro di piano 😅
È comunque sempre speciale partecipare qua, tutto un paese che sostiene i corridori, dal primo all’ultimo, una vera festa dell’amicizia e dello sport, riescono quasi ad essere simpatici i carabinieri qua (no, sto scherzando 😂)... alla prossima 😉
#colorrun #sanbartolomeovalcavargna #family #run #walk #hike #happiness #together #sport #pain

    Iniziamo a muovere le gambe per la stagione 2019/2020...
    Anche quest’anno presenti alla color run (Rachele 2 anni e 10 mesi 3 partecipazioni 🏅 )
    6km senza un metro di piano 😅
    È comunque sempre speciale partecipare qua, tutto un paese che sostiene i corridori, dal primo all’ultimo, una vera festa dell’amicizia e dello sport, riescono quasi ad essere simpatici i carabinieri qua (no, sto scherzando 😂)... alla prossima 😉
    #colorrun #sanbartolomeovalcavargna #family #run #walk #hike #happiness #together #sport #pain

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    2 1 23 minutes ago
    So I became the very first in our family to break a bone this. I ( mommy ) broke a bone in my right ankle this morning after falling off our porch . My husband immediately rushed me to @UrgentCare where they took very good care of me. Now home but on bed rest for at least a week or two or longer. Depending on how well it heals on it's on. Ps my husband and our boys have to wait on me now. Not sure how this is going to go. Lol pampering mommy.❤️ #mommmy #hurt #ankle #medical #pain #brokeankle  #pamper  #massage #medicine  #family  #love  #sore

    So I became the very first in our family to break a bone this. I ( mommy ) broke a bone in my right ankle this morning after falling off our porch . My husband immediately rushed me to @UrgentCare where they took very good care of me. Now home but on bed rest for at least a week or two or longer. Depending on how well it heals on it's on. Ps my husband and our boys have to wait on me now. Not sure how this is going to go. Lol pampering mommy.❤️ #mommmy #hurt #ankle #medical #pain #brokeankle #pamper #massage #medicine #family #love #sore

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    me when i plan to sleep but pull an all nighter :)

    me when i plan to sleep but pull an all nighter :)

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    “True courage is the willingness to fully experience whatever you are feeling at the moment. You can attempt to run from your emotions, but eventually they will catch up with you. They will chase you, haunt you, until finally you give up the chase.” - Brandon Bays

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    “True courage is the willingness to fully experience whatever you are feeling at the moment. You can attempt to run from your emotions, but eventually they will catch up with you. They will chase you, haunt you, until finally you give up the chase.” - Brandon Bays

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    1,775 13 23 August, 2019
    Its about your choices now, not what happens to you. •
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Via my bro @a_spiritual_guy

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    1,075 14 2 hours ago
    Drop a ♥️ if you will give yourself a closure...
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    Drop a ♥️ if you will give yourself a closure...
    #moonomens

    12,597 1,254 23 August, 2019
    Perfectionists are often praised for their work ethic and outcomes, they are rewarded for their tireless efforts, and they are likely to feel a boost in self-esteem when others notice their willingness to push themselves aside in order to maintain impossibly high standards. Perfectionism is seen as an asset rather than a coping skill, and this warrants some attention.
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The dark side of perfectionism is that perfectionists often ignore their own needs, wants, and desires to 'look as if' they have it all together. I often refer to this with clients as hiding in plain sight, wherein no one can see the pain if you are wearing a mask that says, "look at how accomplished I am, nothing could be wrong over here". This mask is reinforced in our production and achievement culture, and people learn that it is advantageous to keep working harder and harder, and keep doing more and more. 💜
Ignoring one's needs, wants, and desires is a trauma response. If I focus outward on doing, rather than inward on healing, then maybe the pain won't feel as real, maybe the pain won't be seen by others. Of course, perfectionism keeps us isolated, because people believe they can't measure up, so they don't even try. Perfectionism inadvertently elevates us above others, because when we are perfect we cannot show vulnerable emotions as it is just too risky, so people see us as having no fear, no pain, no flaws.
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Perfectionism is a coping skill, and the overfunctioning associated with it keeps us from being embodied and feeling the range of our feelings. Perfectionism tells us that vulnerability is weakness, that healing is not necessary, that slowing down and resting means we are less worthy. 💜
Perfectionists, you are valuable just as you are, without achieving, doing for others, or constantly producing. Your pain is valid and real, and deserves to be felt.
💜
To those of you stuck in a perfectionistic cycle, believing that you have to achieve more and rest less, I see you.

    Perfectionists are often praised for their work ethic and outcomes, they are rewarded for their tireless efforts, and they are likely to feel a boost in self-esteem when others notice their willingness to push themselves aside in order to maintain impossibly high standards. Perfectionism is seen as an asset rather than a coping skill, and this warrants some attention.
    💜
    The dark side of perfectionism is that perfectionists often ignore their own needs, wants, and desires to 'look as if' they have it all together. I often refer to this with clients as hiding in plain sight, wherein no one can see the pain if you are wearing a mask that says, "look at how accomplished I am, nothing could be wrong over here". This mask is reinforced in our production and achievement culture, and people learn that it is advantageous to keep working harder and harder, and keep doing more and more. 💜
    Ignoring one's needs, wants, and desires is a trauma response. If I focus outward on doing, rather than inward on healing, then maybe the pain won't feel as real, maybe the pain won't be seen by others. Of course, perfectionism keeps us isolated, because people believe they can't measure up, so they don't even try. Perfectionism inadvertently elevates us above others, because when we are perfect we cannot show vulnerable emotions as it is just too risky, so people see us as having no fear, no pain, no flaws.
    💜
    Perfectionism is a coping skill, and the overfunctioning associated with it keeps us from being embodied and feeling the range of our feelings. Perfectionism tells us that vulnerability is weakness, that healing is not necessary, that slowing down and resting means we are less worthy. 💜
    Perfectionists, you are valuable just as you are, without achieving, doing for others, or constantly producing. Your pain is valid and real, and deserves to be felt.
    💜
    To those of you stuck in a perfectionistic cycle, believing that you have to achieve more and rest less, I see you.

    2,251 88 23 August, 2019