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Often our judgments passed against ourselves by ourselves are more severe than those by those around us.
Forgiving ourselves and the acceptance of our humaneness is paramount to the well-being of our emotional status.
We learned by repetition; we often have to walk through a forest of failed attempts to find the path to success.
No child has learned to walk without multiple falls.
Addicts don’t outgrow their addiction without multiple tries, we gain by increments of improvements.
Our greatest deterrent is seeing disappointments as an end instead of as a valuable steppingstone in the right direction.