Tina Lifford

Tina Lifford

No one escapes. We all have leftover childhood confusion and hurt. I call these experiences lies when they distort lessen our idea of who we really are. I feel about the hurtful lies we all live with the way I feel about a pair of shoes that hurt my feet: It’s time to pack them up and drop them off at the Goodwill. But before we can banish hurtful lies and misconceptions from our life, and make room for something new, we must learn to clearly see the lies that hide in our lives causing self-doubt, self-rejection and self-neglect. Once we can see the lies that push us around we can tell our Self (with a capital “S”) the truth: “I am more than any lie that has ever entered my life.”

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