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Shifting disabling words/language to more enabling ones allows an opportunity to empower oneself.. a little.. or a lot.. or not at all consciously, however it does make a big difference in a subconscious level! • Self-talk and the words we use may cause either a much healthier mindset • Awareness of the way we speak with ourselves and with others is another tool that we can adopt and adapt to our everyday life! • i’ve learnt after many challenges in my life (and of course in 51 yrs there would have to be lol) ....I became aware, that when I’m conscious of my self-talk or the language I’m using with others, this allows me to have an insight into what’s really going on within! It provides me with a glimpse into what I need to shift in myself and or around me in order to create a more balance inner environment! • Suffered Suffer Suffering, I don’t for a minute suggest, that what we endure upon our journey of recovery isn’t significant, however (I feel) if I was to continue to build my path with disabling language how would I ensure that the road / path a walk upon is going to support me unconditionally?!? • To thrive I choose not compromise the possibility with using language like, “Illness, I have a mental illness and it’s terminal.....” This is what Ive been hearing about the social media platforms .... and it concerns me, that thousands of our community are gravitating to these platforms! • I believe, that “The power is in the choice” and if people, who are vulnerable and align with these particular mind sets, then so be it .. however it may inevitably not contribute towards breakthroughs! • We have all endured trauma & we are all here to come together in order to ensure we continue to provide ourselves with something g more than we have had in our past ... because we are worthy! • I guess, sometimes it come down to what we feel we are worthy of ... sometimes that comes with maturity (regardless of age) sometimes it comes down to simply being true to oneself! • Nobody’s story is anymore tragic or toxic than any other’s! I for one will choose not to immerse myself in other’s disabling choices, their words or language or otherwise ... because I am worthy of more!