"The Real You" By Annie M
This book will not change you or help you or make you better. It doesn’t need to. You were not a sad, angry, exhausted asshole when you were born. And you don’t have to keep acting like one now. You’ve forgotten who you really are.
This book will help you start remembering. That’s it.
You don’t need to fix yourself. You’re not broken. You don’t need to find yourself. You’re not lost. You just need to see the real you that is already there.
Do any of the following describe you?
You lack joy.
You have trouble coming up with unique ideas.
You never feel inspired.
You’re not motivated or energized.
You feel like a failure.
You doubt yourself.
You’re lethargic and exhausted.
You feel confused.
You feel attacked and misunderstood.
You’re restless and tense.
You see more obstacles than possibilities.
How many of those describe you?
How many had you nodding your head? Two? Three? Five? All of them? If you are thinking, “Yeah, that’s me,” for more than half to these, your life is sad and you are probably a jerk. If your life has become a series of disappointing drudgery and negative experiences, stop and examine the common denominator.
Good news, though. It’s not the real you.
That’s the whole hope and point of this book. It’s not a hope, actually. Wrong word. It’s a reality. You don’t need hope. You need to remember. Who are you, already? Who have you always been?
It's time to separate out what isn’t you, and get rid of it.
Then life starts getting fun and interesting again. Also, terrifying. Remembering who you really are, and letting go of the other junk, is scary. It can feel like the foundations are shaking. It can feel like the end of the world.
But if you let things shake out, you end up with something better. You see your safety was a prison. You see risk is an illusion. All the things that held you back before — the fears, the voices, the doubts, the hesitations, the arrogance, the need for approval, the rules, the goals, the stress, the drama, the frenzy, the distraction, the self-consciousness, the guilt - all that is nothing. It’s not you. It’s not even part of you. Once you understand that the real you exists perfect and separate from all these things, it becomes strangely easy to live without them.
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