We all have things from our past that we wish would’ve gone differently.
I used to beat myself up over parts of my past, overanalyzing and spinning in negativity, embarrassment, or shame.
I finally realized my past literally can’t be different, and wishing it was only made me feel worse or wrong.
How can you think about your past in a way that serves your present?
What if your past helped you be more understanding of others with similar struggles?
Or taught you to stand up for what you believe in?
How are you stronger, wiser, and more resilient, thanks to those earlier lessons?
Instead of looking back and regretting, I learned how to accept my past, so I could look forward, create, and achieve my goals.