Your Personal Bill of Rights
If you have lost yourself somewhere you have the obligation to search and explore who you are.
You have the right to be your own “self” and to experience your own unique feelings without criticism or explanation.
You have the right to talk about yourself and your needs and to ask to have your needs met.
You have the right to express your feelings without being labeled selfish or self-centered.
You have the right to set limits on what you will tolerate and establish personal boundaries.
You have the right to experience sudden powerful feelings and memories without apologizing for them.
You have the right to pursue or not pursue spirituality and to embrace life in your own way.
You have the right to cherish yourself and your dreams.
You have the right to a fulfilling sex life.
You have an obligation to fulfill your personal calling.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO ASK FOR HELP.
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