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When you allow “loved ones “ to have power over your emotions.

"In the journey of life, we often find ourselves surrounded by family and friends who may not always meet our expectations when it comes to authenticity, support, and motivation. While it can be disheartening to feel let down by those closest to us, it's important to remember that true freedom lies in our ability to acknowledge our feelings of resentment and choose how we respond to them.

It is perfectly natural to crave authenticity in our relationships, to seek unwavering support, and to be uplifted by the motivation of those we hold dear. However, when these expectations are not met, it can lead to feelings of disappointment and resentment. In such moments, it is crucial to remember that we have the power to set boundaries, express our needs, and choose how we engage with those around us.

True freedom is found in recognizing that we cannot control the actions or words of others, but we can control how we react to them. It is okay to feel hurt or let down by the lack of authenticity, support, or motivation from our loved ones. But it is also empowering to realize that we have the agency to seek out healthier relationships, set boundaries that protect our emotional well-being, and cultivate a supportive environment that nurtures our growth and happiness.

So, let us embrace the freedom that comes with acknowledging our feelings of resentment, and let us use this awareness to make choices that align with our values and aspirations. May we find the courage to communicate our needs, the strength to cultivate relationships that uplift us, and the wisdom to navigate the complexities of human connections with grace and compassion."

I hope this message resonates with you or whoever you intend to share it with. If you need any more assistance or have any specific requests, feel free to let me know!

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