WATCH | Have you ever felt broken? Why we’re always on a constant race to ‘fix’ ourselves

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If there is one thing that holds us back from enjoying our lives in happiness, peace and emotional freedom, it's the idea that we are somehow broken and need to fix ourselves.

The idea that something is wrong with us stands in the way of our personal transformation, resilience and becoming the best version of ourselves. If we could learn to let go of this idea, life would be different in so many ways.

It's so essential to grasp the truth that you are not broken; there is nothing wrong with you.

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