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Do you feel you have re-invented yourself at any point in your life? Was it a change for the better? Yes I have many times throughout my life, and everytime it has been something that I needed to go through, to experience myself/thoughts/beliefs/ect. And I think I will continue to do so as I grow older and experience more. It is ALWAYS worth the change, "negative" or "positive", to me.
wife to Richard
Caleb, Rachael, Ezekiel, Kerryn, and 5 angel babies
I feel that I have undergone a huge transformation in the past year. My only real part in that was 1. Choosing to focus myself spiritually. 2. Practicing my beliefs every day. The rest is done by the Divine... working on me like water on rock... flowing and forming and shaping me in the process.
I don't think I've ever reinvented myself. I've been in situations that I've had to adapt to that didn't always fit into my comfort zone or natural personality. I've also been in situations where I expected a big chance and realized I was still the same person no matter what environment I was in.
Yes, as far as working on flaws and ridding negativity from my life, multiple times. These changes are always for the better, and I have come a very long way. The current one I am working on right now is my anxiety, it's the hardest one to change for myself, because of experiences from childhood throughout my young adulthood, anxiety was something I could count on. Now it's time for that to change, my life will truly be a lot more peaceful if I can eliminate the anxiety!
Absolutely. I was 19 staring at my reflection in a mirror and realized I didnt recognize myself anymore. So I got divorced. That was the perfect opportunity to reinvent myself, be more what I was. I think the last year or so has been, and still is, another major transformation period for me. Both for the better
I am peace, full of unconditional love. I am confident and in tune with the Divine, receptive to guidance.