Feeling Insecure? This Video Will Change Everything

I couldn’t resist sharing this woman’s incredibly powerful story with you today.

She faced one of the most difficult, biggest setbacks I could ever imagine in her love life, and came to me for advice on how to get a guy to like her as more than a friend.

Maybe you struggle with your own insecurities (like I do).

This video is going to give you the #1 practical mindset shift to shatter those pesky doubts within minutes…


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  1. saim says:

    Thank you so much.
    What you said in this video really touched my heart and I just broke into tears.
    Sometimes we forget how blessed we are.
    I needed to hear this :)
    Thank you once again.

  2. Fame says:

    I just realised what it takes to convince a person of the right attitude to take its not simply about hearing good advice, it’s about dwelling on the advice long enough and perhaps going back to past relationships of where wthee really liked the wrong man. We obviouslviouslynhad our hunc that they wrong for us, yet we fell into the idea of being in love and as a result we did invest emotionally, sacrificed our time and perhaps even finances to show how we cared. We should have learned Rom thes experiences already that a wrong man is not going to change.a wrong man can be a nice guy too. But if the exchange is not reciprocated, which we have always be cognizant of, yet CHOSE to stay in the relationship out of ouremotional need or sex base, we would really not be able to hide it even if we tried. The man in turn does not love or respect us or may be going or weak. The reason why he is weak, is because whatever it is he is about, he is insecure of ending the relationship completely as they need us for the insecurities they are going through but can’t be independent enough. Why I say this, is that if he is not giving enough of his time to us, then he is giving it to someone else. And there are obvious issues in that relationship too. Perhaps he can’t become totally independant and he needs what this person brings to the relationship even he may not be be emotionally close to that person. The chances are that if he is convinced that you may be able to a,so bring to the relationship what this other woman is bringing, then he ma end up making you his only woman. But if are a strong woman, you would not want for a guy to be dependant in that way. If you are a strong inependant woman, you would not eat range yourself from your standards. A strong woman is prepared to spend nights alone out cold. A strong woman decides irrespective of losing her man, to end the relatiinship. A strong woman never settles for a casual relationship or friends with benefits situation irrespective of how much it is given credits for in movies or elsewhere. Because what happens to you when that moment is over. We are single. And if any relationship makes us feel like we are single, it simply is not going anywher. What happens in that time? We close ourselves from opportunities of the right guy finding us.

    A strong woman realises it is better to be alone than to settle for a guy who is not bringing value in our lives as well as investing emotionally.

    The reason these guys do that to us, is because we have set precedent to to making all the effort in the re,ationship, that they convinced themselves they they don’t need to do any work at all.

    Bottom line, we need to stop wasting valuable time in the wrong men and free ourselves of becoming the greater version of ourselves. What we put in the universe will come back back to us ten fold.

    I understand the truth only about two hours ago after I read a book as well as been listening Matthew’s videos.

    A strong woman maintains her responsibilities, is independant , not to stay in a relationship she is miserable in. Some strong woman may even be a threat to many egotistical men out there as they realise that we do it all on our own and may not be de
    Not be dependent on them for other things. So they end up be I g a bit withdrawn from us. It could be that they are challenged by our worth and I’m not referring to financial worth here. It could be our being in tune with our values, not compromising on our standards and always improving ourselves to become the greater version of ourselves.

    Once again thank you Mattew I just got carried away with my reply.

  3. Nathalie says:

    Wow!
    Simply beautiful.

    I hope he is able to find peace in his life and can forever cherish the memories made with his soulmate

  4. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much for this video Matthew. I hate the way I look, I hate my height (not even 5 foot) and constantly feel ugly and comparing myself to others. This has given me perspective to not be so inward looking. Thank you.

  5. Megan says:

    I really needed to see this video. I’ve recently lost my medical insurance and cannot afford my depression and anxiety medication anymore. Ive been on it for 8 years. I’ve been feeling sorry for myself and feeling hopeless from time to time. But at least i can walk. I can use the restroom by myself. Im beautiful and kind and thats what i need to hold onto. The fact that I can walk down the street and know that no one is pitying me bc my issues are on the inside is a blessing. I can do everything physically on my own. I love you Matt. Thank you so much.

  6. Nicole says:

    One of my best male friends met a lady on the phone & they hit it off. He told me he’d met his soul mate but had no clue what she looked like. They met and she was in a wheel chair. But it was love & what a journey that most men wouldn’t take on. Together they traveled as he looked after her and provided her with the best time she’d had since contracting motor neuron 8 years earlier. She couldn’t go anywhere really either. And she met my friend who took her swimming with dolphins and all sorts amazing bucket list adventures. They were such a beautiful couple and even got married. She died before their 1st anniversary. I know most men aren’t like my friend he is a diamond, but I hope the lady you spoke of does meet someone, it can happen.

    • Nathalie says:

      Wow!
      Simply beautiful.

      I hope he is able to find peace in his life and can forever cherish the memories made with his soulmate

  7. Joy says:

    Matthew,

    Thank you for this reminder. I have been fortunate to have similar types of experiences on a shift of perspective in daily life, but in dating and love it is harder to step into another’s shoes and see just how good you have it. Falling in love with myself has been one of the hardest journey’s for me personally, yet I know there is much to be grateful for in all of my life’s problems and lessons. Thank you.

  8. Gail says:

    Wow. Thank you Matthew, that was an amazing video on perspective, it touched my heart. You are a true blessing and I am so thankful for you.

  9. Nikita says:

    That was BEAUTIFUL. Probably THE BEST video so far. This really resonated with me and I feel more people should see this. Your truly a life changer Matt, God bless you xx

  10. Andree says:

    Wow. That’s all I can say. This brought tears to my eyes. I have been in the midst of some struggles — nothing like this and not related to relationship specifically, but the notion of perspective is so important. Thank you.

  11. Mila says:

    Thank you, Matt. This is a powerful message. It made me realize how stupid my insecurities are. Not that I’ve never knew about it, but I tend to forget. Thanks!

  12. lynelle says:

    Ahh. It would be so much fun and so gratifying to come to one of your retreats, Matt, and to meet you and your people! xoxo

  13. Rachel says:

    I have a friend whom was seeing the world like this and living the same scenario in her early 20s, she has met a wonderful man who sees above and beyond her disability and loves her so much! The care he provides to her is never a burden or a chore, its a extension of the love and devotion he has for her. He never complains, its never too hard and its wonderful.

  14. Angela says:

    Thank you for being compassionate. Thank you for opening up and sharing your vulnerability. I have a deeper level of respect and love for you Mathew.

  15. Marta says:

    What a touching story!

    Your hairline actually looks attractive! The same way that heartthrob from Beverly Hills 9021 had (forgot his name- he played boyfriend of character Kelly) ;-
    Your nose great as well – I would never guess it could be an issue for you!

    Thanks for being vulnerable. I actually had to read few times when you said ” my insecurities” in email just to make sure you really say that :)

  16. Mary says:

    Thank you, Matthew Hussey, for this beautiful message.

  17. jeannine says:

    u r gorgeous

  18. Julie MacKenzie says:

    Wow! Powerful! Thanks for that…Hugs! It is always about perspective…My brother said to me…when I was going through my divorce 9 years ago… “Julie…be thankful for what you have…there is always someone out there…worse off than you…You have your health, a job…a roof over your head…What else do you want??”…He was right…you have to be thankful & have gratitude for what you do have…The glass is half full…instead of half empty…;) <3 I look forward to your videos every Sunday Matthew…Keep them coming!

  19. Indu Shah says:

    Disability can do that to a person
    And how people treat you!!!
    Loved your video and would love to listen and learn more

  20. Jgirl says:

    They’re looking at me and just seeing the amount of responsibility they have…
    First, I’m thinking that I’ve been too much responsibility (emotionally), and that’s why everyone walked away from me during the past year.
    Second, I’m thinking that we ought to see the responsibility to each other. Not always meeting physical needs due to disabilities, but to remember not to neglect each other. A relationship is a responsibility to another person.

  21. Abby Fender says:

    Matthew,
    What a great way to give us all perspective today. It’s all relative right? The truth is, if someone doesn’t like us for who we are right now- and that includes looks, they probably are not the right ones for us, and if they do just like us for something as fleeting as our appearance, than it’s very likely they won’t accept what truly makes us individuals; the good, the bad, and the ugly. Thanks for really showing what an awesome heart you have today, and for sharing what you learned with all of us. Great lesson.

  22. Suzannah says:

    A beautiful and powerful reminder!!!! I SO love your depth!

  23. Sharon says:

    Matthew, I cannot thank you enough for this video. I am a person with visual disability and it has been my one and only insecurity which has gotten me depressed since my diagnosis. Thus video has helped me to get through the day and just be happy with being me. I will use this video everyday to help me cope until it is ingrained in my brain :(
    Thank you very much! Love your videos! Keep up the great work!
    Sharon

    • Alsu says:

      Hey Sharon I also have a visual disability and I 100% agree with you it is hard to always feel positive about yourself especially when dealing with a constant struggle like that. I do not mean to pry but am really curious about your story and would like to maybe email back and forth a bit.

  24. Donna says:

    Wow, pretty powerful and right on the mark. All the more reason to make the best out of life. I would love to know what suggestions you gave her. I am sure they would be helpful to everyone.

  25. Gale says:

    WOW!!!!! I will never look at Life the same way again. And I’ll never look at your work the same way again. Although I believed it was good work, even very good work, now I think of you as a Gift from God. You are able to touch the lives of so many people in such a, (positive doesn’t even begin to describe it) EPIC way. Thank you for being YOU, Matthew Hussey.

  26. Rawan Zubaid says:

    Hi Matt, I totally agree with Sarah it would be great if you could please make a video about how to broach the subject of disability whether it’s mental or physical or emotional with someone you’re interested in and how to get them to see The person you are instead of your wheelchair/walker or disability or what they would have to do to be with you instead of thinking of it as a burden how do you get them to realize that you can take care of yourself and that you are independent even though you might ask for help at times. Thank you much love and happiness :) xx Rawan

  27. Anita says:

    Hi Matthew,
    I don’t even remember how I got to watch your videos, it must have been one of those strolling around on the web looking for something to learn or explore.
    Anyway, this Sunday’s video made me cry.

    I’ve been for a very short time of my life in a wheelchair. Almost lost it at that point. Without the genuine love of a few priceless people in my life I probably would have lost it.
    The woman you mentioned in your video is a STRONG BRAVE lady, and yes this should make us realise how lucky we are. I love my life, I love life, I love all people who love their life, who love life.

    Is there a way of changing someone who doesn’t? I come across people, even old friends who don’t see that, and sometimes I feel like slapping them, just to wake them up, I obviously can’t do this, it’s just terribly frustrating.
    I was wondering if there is anything than I can possibly do to change their prospective without being patronising, mostly to let them see and believe that they are lucky.

    Perhaps you have come across yourself those situations, perhaps I can find in your experience something that I can make mine.
    Thanks a lot for your time.
    Anita

  28. Julie says:

    And I just ruined my makeup….what a beautiful story. Thank you for sharing this <3

  29. Laura Johnson says:

    Stubbed across your page and am very much curious.
    Love the way you look at life and how you operate.
    This video raises a concern for me when you suggest bringing my world into perspective so I appreciate what my life has given me.
    I struggle a lot with comparing my life to those who are on similar paths. I’m working hard to get into a career that I have been turned away from for a number of years. I meet people, lots of women, who are already accepted into training or working in the field. All I seem to do is size them up and compare. Wonder how this person got in and I’m still fighting to get a piece of the pie. I’m quick to compare their life, who they are as a person to me.
    For me, to put someone else’s life into perspective of mine is very much like comparing. My question is, what’s the difference, what am I missing? And also, if there a way to train my thinking from comparing all the time?

    • Jgirl says:

      Good questions! I assume that perspective has to do with appreciating what you have, without regard to anyone else. What in your life do you appreciate? Did you finish an education that should allow you to enter your career field? Comparing says, yes, I have the same education as people who easily enter the field. Perspective says, there are people who can/do/will not even finish the education.

  30. Faby says:

    This video brought me to tears. I’m so insecure about so many things and I am a healthy 35 year old female. I’ve been trying to change my mindset and being more grateful. My biggest challenge is that I meet people all the time that tell me I’m great, and smart and pretty. I’ve been told several times by guys I started to date that they feel I’m too good to be through or that I can do better. This would be great if it was true. After a couple of months of dating the completely opposite happens, where they aren’t ready for something serious or the dreaded “it’s not you its me”. How can I be both too good and yet never good enough? I’ve never had a relationship last more than a year and I’m starting to think that maybe there is something really wrong with me. I don’t want to be too good to be true, I just want to be good enough for somebody that’s also good enough for me.

    • Carrie says:

      Faby, your comment touched me because I was very much like you in my 20’s and 30’s. I am now 59, 6 yrs out of a 10 yr abusive relationship. I have done a lot of rebuilding of myself in the last 6 years.
      I don’t want to high jack this post but as briefly as possible I hope by sharing what I have learned I can save you from the heart ache so many women go through.
      Our whole lives we are told things about our selves, a lot of it is lies. Our parents, friends, TV, social medIA all tell us what we “should” be.
      We end up becoming someone we are not. We forget about our desires, our dreams, our boundaries. The focus of everything we do becomes, being the woman the man wants and if he doesn’t want us there must be something “wrong” with us.
      We stop looking at the man in a mindset of “is he the type of man I want in MY life?”
      At 53 years old I started analyzing everything I felt and did, not just with men, but with everyone. I stopped doing things because I thought it was what was expected of me or to please someone else.
      If I felt insecure I asked myself why, it usually was because I was not living true to me. For example: my mother is a neat freak, I have always been a neat freak, because it was expected of me, it got me my mother’s approval. But I never felt my house was clean enough, I felt like an imposter. I gave up fun times because I had to stay home and clean. I felt I had to be the best cook, the best mom, I developed an eating disorder bease I had to be slim. I didn’t know who I was any more, I was so busy being all the things I thought I “should” be.
      So I stopped it all.
      I gave myself permission to say no. I started listening to my gut. And if it didn’t feel good in my gut I didn’t do it. If a guy did something I didn’t feel comfortable with I didn’t think he was wrong and I was right, but that perhas he was not the man for me.
      I started living true to my core self. Pursuing thongs that interested me. I stopped asking friends what they thought of me or thought what I should do and started listening to my gut.
      I changed some things about myself that I didn’t like. I used to be very sensitive and take things very personal. I didn’t like it about myself. Now if I feel hurt I analyze why I feel hurt, is it justified? If I feel it is I will discuss it with the person. I started admitting when I over reacted.
      When you start living true to the person you truly are a couple of things will happen. 1. Men will find you a lot more attractive. 2. You won’t care as much about finding a man because you will feel complete as you are.
      I wish when I was your age I would have spent a hell of a lot less time worrying about whether I was being the kind of woman the guy wanted and spent more time being myself and doing my own thing. I wish I would have appreciated how beautiful I was and not wasted my time worrying about whether I was “enough”. I would have dated a lot less, had my heart broken a lot less, dated a lot less assholes and been available to date someone who deserved me. Good luck.and remember. It is pointless to try to be what we think someone else wants. You may think getting the man will make you happy, but if you are not living true to your core self it is impossible to ever be truly happy.

  31. Sarah Vidler says:

    I can definitely relate to this video and to your comment Rawan Zubaid. I too have a disability (fortunately nowhere near as severe as the lady mentioned in the video), I lead a completely independent life and go out every day. I am so lucky and so blessed in so many ways. I just wish I knew how to broach the subject of disability with men that I’m talking to. Obviously there will always be some who are completely put off by my disability, and clearly they aren’t the right guy for me. However, there are perfectly decent guys out there who are open minded and do want to go on dates with me etc, but who I fear might be put off when they learn about my condition/the fact that I use a wheelchair.

    Matt please could you do a video about how to approach disability (whether mental or physical) as a topic of conversation with guys that you’re talking to/dating.

    I never see my condition as something negative, it’s just a very small part of who I am and I have learned to accept and embrace this. I just want to know how to project this positively so that others can see the real me and not the chair/disability. :)

  32. A. says:

    Great message. I’m wondering what advice you gave her. Was it the same you give others? Was it different because of how she gets around?

    I hope she finds her guy. From how you describe her, I’m pretty sure she will and he’ll be great!

  33. Antonia Blue Star says:

    WOW! That was really powerful!

  34. Nidhi says:

    A big thank you for this video Matthew. i don’t think that it’s possible to stop feeling insecure but in case, in future, i do feel insecure, i’m definitely going to think about this video because i know this will help.

  35. Mia says:

    Okay, was there editing that created some kind of delay, or time warp, between his story and the audience reaction? As soon as he started choking up, I thought “Oh don’t you do it … Don’t go there dude, don’t you tear up! Dammit! I swore I wouldn’t do this!” Lol I’ve got tears streaming down my face right away. And I am, whether or not he is intentionally dialing up the emotional intensity, I am aware of the dramatic delivery, but I am also truly moved by the story of the girl, deeply.
    Then the cámara scans the women in the audience and I see dead eyes. I’m like, whoa! This session is either running long, into their lunch break, or maybe I’m looking at the effect of Hussey overload! Lol I could see that, but geez disconcerting. Get those ladies some coffee! Blood transfusion, oxygen mask, anything. Pass some bud! (Warm regards from sunny California! ^_^)

  36. Jules says:

    Wow, this so relevant to a lot of us ladies, disability or not. I am there right now. Im now a great relationship after a horrendous divorce, but because my handsome guy has had so many pretty, young and slim dates previously, I am constantly thinking he does not like making out with m, as i have put on a stone since he met me. I dont even like him looking at me naked or touching me like he used to for a massage. Im the heaviest i have ever been thiugh not grosely overweight, Mostly through my being happy with him and working from home, then having had an op. I am always anxious about the way I look, that i am slightly older than him and have a few more wrinkles, is he taking me for a ride financially,is he seeing someone else, am I ever going to make it in my business and so on and so on. Listening to this vid has lifted my self belief a bit, but as we all know, the more ingrained your self doubts the harder it is to break free. At 46 its going to take some big mind set change to convince me otherwise. Thinks its too late for me.

  37. Emily says:

    Crying. You have a special gift for changing people’s lives, Matt.

  38. Cathleen says:

    You are amazing. Such a huge heart!

  39. Eunice says:

    So touching and inspiring.Nomater the challenges every one has a heart to love and to be loved.thanx for sharing the story and insecurity .

  40. Crystal says:

    Nice. I’m wondering if you were able to help her and was she able to land her guy?

  41. Daisy says:

    I love your nose and your hair!!! <3 <3

  42. cherielle says:

    I am going through a few physical and mental painful things at moment but that ladies setbacks make mine small,thank you Matt xx

  43. Anna says:

    Thank you for this video. I will save it and go back to it whenever I feel insecure about myself. I can still change what I’m insecure about, and I’m doing that for me.

  44. Esa says:

    This is wonderful message and thank you for it, but what was the answer you gave to this girl?

    I have immunological disease, which means I’m not contagious in any way and I can do a lot of things (which I am doing, like dancing and martial arts), but I have scars on my face and hands and I have two bold patches on the back of my head covered with hair.
    How can I reveal myself to a person who might seem interested? Should I do it right away on the first date? Should I wait? But this could be perceived like the fraud… There are so many questions, and there are surely many women with the immunological diseases going through the same situations.
    I live like a monk for so many years and I am lonely, but I can’t come to a solution for this issue. Can you make the video for us who look “normal”, but who are wounded deep inside by our health problems? Thank you

  45. Sarah says:

    Beautiful Matt, well done for opening everyone’s mind. Wonderful message, had me in tears Xx

  46. Mara says:

    I couldn’t think of a better person to have the one on one with you. That was so powerful..

  47. Candy says:

    Beautiful, Matt

  48. Suzanne says:

    Gosh – that reduced me to tears! Really brought it home for me.

    And I really do hope that she does find that someone special, who will love her and take care of her. I’m sure he is out there :)

  49. Rawan Zubaid says:

    Hi Matthew, I can’t believe this video I swear it was like it was made for me I know exactly what this woman is going through because I have a disability and I go through the same thing all the time my disability is not as severe as hers I mean I can go out and do things for myself and I have lots of friends but when it comes to any kind of romantic relationship this is exactly what I worry about that the person in front of me would see me as a burden instead of as a person and I always struggle with how to show people that I’m an independent person that can do things for myself even though I need help more than the average person. The truth is I’ve never been in a relationship with anyone I don’t even know what it feels like to be in love because I haven’t met anyone that made me feel that way but I do have great friends that I love dearly and I know love me back and treat me just like they would any one else. By the way I signed up for your at home retreat and I was watching one of the videos I just finished the video that I was watching and I saw the notification pop-up on my phone and I watched it and I was so shocked it is like this video was made for me thank you so much I’m enjoying the retreat it is worth every penny that I paid for it, it’s even worth so much more than that and to anyone reading this comment I advise you to sign up for The retreat is soon as you can it will change your life. I made the decision to work on myself and love myself before I start looking for someone else to love or to have someone else love me I should love myself first at least that’s what I believe. Thank you Matt for everything you are truly the best take care have a great day much love, Rawan Zubaid from Kuwait.

    PS I would really appreciated if you could give me or tell me the advice you gave to this lady to get her friend to be more not more than a friend just in case I meet someone I really like the way I will know what to do! Thanks

    • Emily says:

      Hey, I had some mixed feelings about the video. In a way it is like he was using the story just to lift up other people. By not going on to share *any* of the advice he gave her the disability almost just became a classic don’t you feel better about your non-disabled life. Some insights for those of us facing these extra issues would have really shifted that. But I can see it came from a good honest place and he wanted to share the impact the experience had had on him :)

      I did approach Matt via one of his coaches to do a video, potentially with me about dating withstand disability. But, he’s a mega busy man and maybe I shout louder!

      @Rawan I’d say I still found Matt’s advice really helpful even without the special info/slant. Put your health aside initially and think how does this still apply to me? Think about it- learning to love and accept yourself and be your best self still applies. Dressing like your worth it to show off the body and personality you have. Doing things you love, creating a life you love is a biggie.

      I coach people with chronic health problems and it’s so easy and common to see they don’t have hobbies because they can’t do x or y maybe never have or maybe are holding onto the dream of an old now difficult hobby. Find a new one or adapt an old one! Be imaginative to find solutions. Find a way to get out of the house or as a friend has done for example-turn to and practice nature photography from your window (her pictures are stunning!). You need something to talk about, a part of your identity that isn’t your disability! This will do the world of good irrespective of dating. If you already have this then you need to notice and shift a chat to your hot topics. Focus on building a network of friends so if you meet someone they aren’t your sole outlet. That’s dangerous and it puts way too much pressure on them. It’s tough if energy is super limited but even if it’s Skype chats in bed it’s still a connection :) It sounds like you work hard to show your indendence but check with yourself or if possible​ with others if you do it subtly or actually end up drawing more attention to your needs in a funny way. Do you see what I mean?

      I’m lucky that I’m able to work, I do a few hours coaching a week and then 3 days I work as a doctor. But I have to rest a lot and work hard to manage my pain, spasms and other symptoms. I’ve started using a wheelchair last year and now I can have more of a life :) I think showing you are pro-active and not needing rescue is good. Looking at what you could you do to improve or maintain your well-being? People really sense someone doing their best and trying to improve their life versus someone waiting to be rescued. The latter can happen if understandably mood is impacted or we just find it hard to know how to make changes. Get help if so and enjoy the uplifting benefit of your retreat too!!

      I found a partner and he is ace, very chilled not wanting to fix or save me but good at carrying bags or telling me to rest etc. The ones that try too hard and jump to help can be smoothering and may be looking for someone to rescue *beware*. My partner doesn’t care about my wheelchair as it helps us do more. I took much more adjusting than he did! Sure I still worry like when he is off climbing and I couldn’t possibly go. But then my friends remind me they *wouldn’t want to go* and their partners don’t mind! It is easy to see it all through our disability if we aren’t careful. There are thinks my partner isn’t so keen on like making a complaint on the phone when our internet is rubbish and he’s so grateful I take those jobs! They won’t be perfect either ;-)

      Matt if you read this and want to do a video with me (The Empowerment Plan in UK-feel free to remove from text) I’m still very keen and so many women would benefit from my disability/health coaching insight combined with all your dating expertise.

    • Mia says:

      Rawan Zubaid, lovely, insightful comment. You have true wealth in having loving friends and practicing loving yourself. The key is choosing complete contentment NOW. If you are not self-fulfilled now, then later you won’t feel happy either, even if you pair up. You will just be a lonely half of a pair.
      But it’s obvious to me you have cultivated wisdom not self-pity and any guy would be lucky to get to be the one you allow close to you and to be honored with your trust. I hope you realize too how precious that is, and recognize your immeasurable worth that really no friend or partner can define or limit for you, even if you wanted them too… Anyway, best to you going forward. :-)

      P.S. I hope that didn’t come off as condescending or know-it-all, honestly just wanted to offer encouragement from lessons I am still learning myself. Much love! <3

      • Rawan Zubaid says:

        Thank you Mia for your lovely comments I really appreciate them. The truth is it took me years of trial and error and self exploration to get to this point and to this realization it wasn’t something that happened overnight it took time and it was really hard work. By the way your comments did not come out as condescending or a know it all I appreciate them and they are very insightful and wise and I wish you all the best in your journey going forward always remember that you can do anything you put your mind to there is nothing impossible, impossible does not exist if you want something you’ll find a way to do it and get it done!! My advice is to go through life looking at every experience as an adventure whether it’s good or bad always tried to find the joy in everything you do including everything that happens or at least the Silverlining. Always smile, smiling is good for you it makes you happy and fills your heart with joy and changes your mood when you feel sad plus it doesn’t cause as much wrinkles as frowning does that’s a scientific fact!! Much love and happiness to you and your family. :) xx

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