Who Do You Trust Most?

If the answer isn’t “myself,” you’re doing it wrong

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Your world is filled with people, all with varying characters. Sometimes those people are awesome and supportive and some of your biggest cheerleaders. And sometimes those people tend to reduce the confidence you would otherwise place in yourself.

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Writer | Meditation Teacher | Self-Care Expert | www.writewithwendy.com | www.mindfulsinglemom.com

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Writer | Meditation Teacher | Self-Care Expert | www.writewithwendy.com | www.mindfulsinglemom.com

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