By Michelle Walling, CHLC
One of the biggest fears some people face is seeing ourselves for who we really are. Without the title given to us from our career or the title of being a parent or someone’s child, we fear the loss of identity of who we are. We have been programmed from an early age from television and school to “grow up and be someone”.
Those who have yet to awaken to their true identity will do anything to keep the mind distracted and occupied. These people seem to fill their calendars with almost more they can handle until they collapse at night only so they can go to sleep to get up and do it all over again. They derive a false sense of accomplishment from all of the things they “do”. It defines who they are in their minds, and it is the ego’s job…
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