'I Have Everything, But I'm Still Sad and Angry'
A wrong view of yourself can sometimes cloud your understanding of who you are. Thinking you are not enough, you’re doing it wrong, you're making a mess, will make you feel misunderstood and unimportant.
You feel this way because you treat yourself this way. Make some room for yourself. Clear a path for your desires.
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