When we don't want to recognize or face truths about ourselves, we often create visual or behavioral distractions. We do this so that we, and others, will focus on things about us that we control. Such self-deception keeps us from progressing in our lives, and can rob us of relationships, people taking our personal messages and beliefs seriously, and even opportunities to grow. We have to get to know ourselves. We have to face our issues. We have to find positive ways to address our needs. And we have to become comfortable with and learn to own who we are. From there we can begin to find fulfilling relationships, have people take us seriously, and capture opportunities to grow.
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