WHO ARE YOU?
connect with the person you were meant to behear your internal guru
By Marj Frazer Lacey, MS, MFT
Self-help shelves sag with advice on finding the perfectpartner, breaking up with the imperfect one you have, orrescuing a worn-out marriage. Tangled in the root of everyproblem relationship, however, is this: your frayed liaison withthe one person you can never escape—namely, your own, everevolving self. Caught up in the demands of career and family, hammered byeconomic forces you can’t control, bombarded withexpectations fed by media and imposed by those near and(sometimes) dear, it's easy to lose touch with deeply heldvalues, your true north sense of direction, and the wise personresiding in your core.
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