Broken shackles   Leave a comment

*reads carefully and thoughtfully* Well said, Max…well said. 🙂

Max's shop of horrors

The most dangerous limitations are the ones we set for ourselves.

We tend to trust ourselves more than we trust others, so we’re more inclined to accept self-imposed shackles than those thrust on us by others. Often, we do it to shield ourselves from disappointment.

Throughout my life, I told myself I couldn’t do things.

At 15, I told myself I would never be able to move away from home, because just going on a 5-day school camp was an incredibly stressful ordeal.

When I was 18, I told myself I would never be able to go to University, because my High School scores weren’t that crash hot, and moving to the city by myself seemed insurmountably terrifying.

When I was 22, I told myself that because I’d never had a girlfriend, I never would, and I’d be doomed to a life of lonely celibacy, unwanted and unloved, because I simply wasn’t good…

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Posted July 29, 2014 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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