Ever find yourself feeling like not enough for your partner?
And then spiral into worry about whether or not you’re right for each other?
And you start freaking out about the relationship ending?
First off, you’re not alone with this worry.
And second? Perhaps more importantly?
You’re more than enough.
I know, easier for me to say than for you to believe, but if you ever want to feel fulfilled and truly happy and free in love or in ANY area of your life, you NEED to recognize this simple fact:
You are more than enough.
We can all be better versions of ourselves, but there’s something about our core essence—who we really are—that we CANNOT change.
And that’s a beautiful thing!
That core essence of who you are is enough.
It’s my hope that you really swallow this and absorb it into your being.
Trust that and know that.
I hope it takes a load off. Releases undo pressure that you and the world have been putting on you since you were little.
No more having to control everything.
No more having to try so hard.
No more going so far extremely out of your way to be something to someone (whether in love or any other area of your life) that isn’t right for you.
No more biting your tongue or masking how you truly feel.
And start getting in touch with how you truly feel instead.
Connect to that.
Let it flow, and let it go.
Connect and express.
If it’s true that you are not right for your partner, understand that they cannot possibly be right for you.
Sometimes the truth can be hard to swallow if you’ve built your identity up on the idea that you were meant for one another.
Tearing that foundation down and thinking about having to rebuild it can be overwhelming.
This process, if it’s even necessary, can be a lot easier knowing that it has nothing to do with you not being enough.
If you’re feeling like you’re not enough, please recognize that this belief is programming that you’ve emotionally taken on as a child and haven’t yet grown out of.
Perhaps this dilemma you’re in right now is your opportunity to grow out of it.
See, kids take things on as their fault.
It’s the only way to make sense of an uncertain world.
If we had control as kids, we can prevent things from being bad. So kids think they have control. They blame themselves. They tell themselves, “if I was better, that wouldn’t have happened.”
Your parents would have been 100% available to you and would have met your every need and more.
It’s why when parents get divorced kids blame themselves.
It’s the only way they know how to make sense out of a difficult situation.
Turns out, a kid doesn’t really have much control.
You didn’t either.
So if you’re “not enough” button is being pushed, it’s likely from a time well before you met the person which you’re in this situation with.
Your situation and your feelings about it is a mirror reflecting back old programming that is no longer necessary.
Use it, and the angst you’re experiencing around it, as a springboard toward the recognition that you are totally enough.
Even if you tried, you can’t.
You’re more than enough!
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