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"She unleashed her inner goddess and became the woman her soul knew she could be." Michelle Schaper .
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Make that a resounding “hell yesssss” and a absolutely fucking no. #alignment #raiseyourvibe #dowhatyoulove #thegoddessrebellion

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A goddess does not reduce herself for someone else to feel comfortable @thegoddessrebellion 👑 .
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👄: 1x Goddess, 1x Kiss Me Katie, 1x Goddess + Glossy
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Like flowers, we can also choose to bloom. #thegoddessrebellion #handfull of #blooms #flowers and #love

Putting people on a pedestal does a disservice to you and to others. This goes for people we’re romantically interested in and people who are strangers to us. But for the sake of the argument, let’s talk about how you may do this with a former lover. ✨

When you break up with someone, it means that your connection is severed and broken. Because otherwise, you’d still be together. And while it’s tempting to romanticize your former lover and focus on their redeeming qualities, don’t do so at the expense of all the undesirable ones. ✨

Sure, they had a great way of reading you. But you know what? They also had a great wandering eye. But what about all the good times? Well, you know how they say that hindsight is 20/20? Along the same line, memories are largely falsified and fabricated. The meaning we attribute to our experience is indelibly woven into the truthful pieces. Although non-fiction, memories are still stories we tell (mainly to ourselves). ✨

We’re all human. Having grandiose expectations of someone will leave you disappointed, and leave them unable to measure up. The best way to treat someone is to see them for who they really are and approach them with your eyes wide open. As they say, when you’re wearing rose-colored glasses, all the red flags just look like flags. ✨
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Perfectionism is, in essence, the pressure for flawlessness. Being perfect and being good are mutually exclusive; we will miss out on doing what’s actually good if we are too focused on doing what looks good. We believe that making a mistake is the worst possible occurrence, and equate it to being a mistake — convincing ourselves that we cannot achieve if we cannot do so immaculately. Sure, we may have done a really great job at something, but if it’s not perfect then we won’t be satisfied. And guess what? Perfection is an illusion, so operating under the mindset of perfectionism only paves the way for discontent and self-deprecation.
Striving for perfection often entails hustling for our worthiness (at our own expense). The most productive people aren’t boggled down by tasks — they actually have more free time for themselves. These people know that the over-glorification of busy is not something to be proud of. Oftentimes, we seek to fill our days with things that demand our attention so that we can feel important, and in order to fill the nagging story of worthlessness that we tell ourselves. We believe that we are only as worthy as we are busy and in demand. This simply is not true. In our quest for perfection, we become oversensitive to criticism and seek to make no mistakes so that nothing can go wrong and we cannot be held responsible. In that mindset, we are not bettering ourselves or our skills, we are simply fighting for control of the situation so that we cannot be vulnerable or caught off guard. But if someone sees that we are imperfect, at least they are seeing who we really are. There is far more merit in learning even if we fail, rather than succeeding without learning a thing.
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You gripe about it with your friends, expressing how resentful you are that they’ve “moved on so soon” and that they’ve apparently found the happiness they couldn’t find with you. You shamelessly creep their social media and hate yourself for not having half the fun they’re supposedly having. Sound familiar after an especially difficult breakup? ✨

Like it or not, we’re not living in our ex’s head. We cannot possibly fathom how they feel or what they’re going through based on our expert detective and decoding skills. Besides, we don’t even communicate with them on a day to day basis, so really we’re just filling in the blanks of what we think (or fear) they’re experiencing. ✨

In lieu of making assumptions, we must recognize that it doesn’t matter how they feel because we’re no longer dating them. We must also come to terms with the fact that searching for someone’s grief is largely a bad habit of our ego and therefore about us, not them. All in all, the only thing this behavior does is reveal to us a lot of what we’re currently feeling. ✨

It shows us that we’re still struggling to process the ordeal. It hints that we’re attempting to gain some sort of control over the narrative to calm our feelings of unease. It even suggests that perhaps we’re looking to avoid our feelings by focusing on the comings and goings of our ex. If we’re searching for validation to feel better about our own pain, this only serves as a distraction. We don’t need to watch someone else bleed in order to justify our own suffering. ✨

And feeling upset is fine; but the remedy is to focus more on our own lives and less on someone else’s. As the saying goes, there’s no point in dwelling on the past because we’re not heading that way anyway. So we can take what we need to learn from our own experiences and move forward. ✨
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Fail without finding identity in it. Failure is inevitable; learning to foster resiliency in the face of failure is a choice. We can’t protect ourselves from never messing up, but we can mess up royally if we are unprepared and unable to cope when things don’t go as planned. It’s about knowing that hard work beats talent in the end, and with that in mind we can always work harder and learn more in order to avoid falling down the same way next time.

Succeed without self-sabotaging. Some of us get so accustomed to sour times that we’re unable to adjust when life goes well. Without realizing it, we create conflict or seek drama in order to hold onto something familiar. Think about it: just because chaos is comfortable, doesn’t mean it’s healthy. And if our “normal” isn’t healthy, we may self-sabotage in order to return to the former role we know well and feel in control of. It’s okay to be happy, and it’s okay to be sad. Neither one is a permanent state, and they don’t define who we are, simply what we’re experiencing.

Expand and explore gifts and hobbies. We are not limited to one career, lifestyle, or identity. Humans are complex creatures and our lives become richer the more we invest in our various passions. What we love to do and what we went to school for may be two very different things. We may never shape our careers around what we’re passionate about, nor are we required to even make a profit off of our hobbies. The point is to allow ourselves to be multifaceted and not be pigeonholed. If we limit our whole identities to one thing, we’re at its total mercy should it leave us. We could lose our jobs, get broken up with, or find ourselves injured or sick and be unable to fulfill the roles we once did. When we allow ourselves more than one dimension, we have the hard work and skill set to fall back on if Plan A falls through.
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"a goddess
does not
reduce herself
for someone else
to feel
comfortable." ~the goddess rebellion 🕊✨🖤 💭#lifelessons #beyoself #believeinyoself 📸: @sage_jonesy

Like flowers we can also choose to bloom.🌸🌸🌸
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Repost @thegoddessrebellion When we say no to someone, it doesn’t mean we’re engaging in a debate or negotiating a deal. Turning down a request is not a battle for control. It’s not about being “right” or “wrong”. If we do not feel as though we want to pursue a job/relationship/situation, we owe no justification for why. Someone else cannot tell us that we’re wrong for feeling something because they’re not in our head. No is a final answer. ✨
It doesn’t mean try harder. Anyone who plays “hard to get” as an adult is emotionally immature and lacks clear assertive communication skills. When we say “no I don’t want to talk to you anymore”, we’re not saying “please text me ten more times and then email me to make sure I got your texts.” ✨
It doesn’t mean I’ll change my mind. Saying no doesn’t imply that we are seeking someone to jump through hoops, convince us of their perspective or justify their behavior. It also doesn’t ask others to wait awhile and try again later, as though our opinion and ability to speak for ourselves is seasonal. ✨
It doesn’t mean I’m being childish, ungrateful or rude. When we say no, it’s a personal choice, and likely has very little to do with the person we’re saying no to. When we spend our time sugar-coating how we feel in efforts to minimize conflict, we’re not doing ourselves or our efforts any justice. We can be mature and remain grateful for the opportunity while still denying the request.✨
It doesn’t mean I’m sorry. When we apologize for being unable to accommodate someone else, we’re implying that we’re doing something wrong. We’re suggesting that we wish we didn’t have to say no. This thinking only dilutes our capacity for standing our ground and owning how we feel. It also implies that the person’s feelings ought to be hurt, which is simply not true. We do not owe anyone an apology or explanation when we establish a boundary and say no.
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No point in having expectations;
the right one will exceed your expectations anyway.

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When we say no to someone, it doesn’t mean we’re engaging in a debate or negotiating a deal. Turning down a request is not a battle for control. It’s not about being “right” or “wrong”. If we do not feel as though we want to pursue a job/relationship/situation, we owe no justification for why. Someone else cannot tell us that we’re wrong for feeling something because they’re not in our head. No is a final answer. ✨
It doesn’t mean try harder. Anyone who plays “hard to get” as an adult is emotionally immature and lacks clear assertive communication skills. When we say “no I don’t want to talk to you anymore”, we’re not saying “please text me ten more times and then email me to make sure I got your texts.” ✨
It doesn’t mean I’ll change my mind. Saying no doesn’t imply that we are seeking someone to jump through hoops, convince us of their perspective or justify their behavior. It also doesn’t ask others to wait awhile and try again later, as though our opinion and ability to speak for ourselves is seasonal. ✨
It doesn’t mean I’m being childish, ungrateful or rude. When we say no, it’s a personal choice, and likely has very little to do with the person we’re saying no to. When we spend our time sugar-coating how we feel in efforts to minimize conflict, we’re not doing ourselves or our efforts any justice. We can be mature and remain grateful for the opportunity while still denying the request.✨
It doesn’t mean I’m sorry. When we apologize for being unable to accommodate someone else, we’re implying that we’re doing something wrong. We’re suggesting that we wish we didn’t have to say no. This thinking only dilutes our capacity for standing our ground and owning how we feel. It also implies that the person’s feelings ought to be hurt, which is simply not true. We do not owe anyone an apology or explanation when we establish a boundary and say no.
👸#thegoddessrebellion 👑

When everything happens at once, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. So much anxiety to the point where you need a break from literally everything. I did that but allowed everything to fall to the wayside... Aside from my regular Mommy duties, I think I checked out of everything else that was important to me, and everything that made me happy. Then I wonder why I felt like so bad... I’m a single Mommy, and we live thousands of miles away from family... I CAN’T check out! I have responsibilities, bills to pay, and a life to live. No more excuses ‘cause I’m over it. It’s time to work on my issues, instead of allowing it to stress me out, and work on becoming myself again. That unstoppable, phenomenal woman that I still am inside. She’s been hidden but, she’s still here... #loveyourself #yougotthis #thegoddessrebellion #iamwoman

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