Finally, it dawned on me: I did not have to fit in. I did not want to fit in. Fit into the world of other people. I wanted to fit into mine. I just needed to figure out what my world was. And let go of all the other worlds. It meant disappointing people. Offending quite a few of them too.
Letting go
Aga Szóstek

I call it “have your own definition of success”. Simple in theory, not so much in practice.

I appreciate the vulnerability of your writing in this post. 💪 But I’m curious what was your compass when going out of this state, how did you manage to pull yourself out of it? I mean in more down-to-earth things that happened. 🙂

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