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How to Be Happy in a “Fix Me” Culture
"We grow more like plants. They are perfect as in “complete” every stage of the way, never alone and disconnected. Instead, they grow in connection, with the soil, sun and water. Be patient with yourself as you are embedded in a garden that is not all under your control. Whenever you can, see to it that you are being nurtured, but do not forget to enjoy your present moment."
mental-health  health  psychology  self-care 
may 2018 by swampers
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