Be Honest With Yourself

by Gabie Rudyte April 17, 2020 1 min read

Be Honest With Yourself

Being brutally honest with yourself is one of the greatest acts of self-love.

If we want to grow, evolve, and change in the most beautiful and empowering ways — we have to be honest with ourselves and call ourselves out on our BS! Yes, it will feel uncomfortable and at times you will want to kick and scream, but hey, that’s growth for ya!

No one wants to admit that they’re being snappy, that ghosting is their tactic to avoid vulnerability, and that judging others is a way to camouflage their own insecurities. We all have certain habits and behaviors that are not serving us, and we need to get honest with ourselves.

Often times we also won’t be able to see these things ourselves because they’re our ‘blind spots.’ They’re so habitual and ingrained in us that they have become invisible. This is where you can ask people closest to you: friends, family members, a partner to help you out, and invite them to share with you what they see in you: behaviors, patterns, habits, automatic responses. Make sure you tell them you won’t take it personally and that they are doing this from a loving and supportive place!

If you’d like some guidance and want someone to help you with doing this incredible and deep work — I’m here for ya! Check out my work with me page.

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