We have so many questions about who we are.
Why don't I like what I see in the mirror?
How do I let go of my past and recapture the innocence of my womanhood? Why is my lifestyle defining who I am?
How do I love myself? How do I get over this hurt?
How do I forgive - especially myself?
Why do the opinions of others control me?
Am I not pretty enough?
How do I stop this roller coaster of emotions from overtaking me?
Then you go on to say...
I'm worth MORE than this!
I'm so miserable and lonely!
I act as if everything is ok when it's not!
This sneaky behavior is killing me!
I'm suffering in silence, hurting on the inside!
He said he loved me!
I'm so tired of crying myself to sleep at night!
If people only knew!
I feel so empty!
This constant heartache!
Everything I go after only brings temporary gratification with long term frustration!
My mind! My thoughts! This negativity!
I need internal PEACE!
Sound familiar? These thoughts, statements and questions (just to name a few) have plagued the mind of women for years. The epidemic of this internal disease results in her living in a private dysfunctional emotional prison; camouflaged by her career, marriage, children, school, church, fine clothes, curved silouhette and gorgeous looks. The lack of self-acceptance, self-worth, self-esteem and self-respect have affected many aspects of a woman's femininity which results in poor choices and negative outcomes.
When a woman gets acquainted with who she is, she will embrace her worth and how to love herself unconditionally and without compromise. She will no longer succumb to the enemy of her soul and obey the thirst of her flesh. She will possess internal peace, joy and understanding that she's worthy of the best because she's created by the best.