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Be Honest with Yourself - 'Ask Dorothy'

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Dorothy Zennuriye Juno
Psychotherapist & Meditation Teacher
The anxiety of my 17-yr old client was over the top. The stress of always needing to do her best; and to compete with her peers in school and in sport, took its toll on her body. She was diagnosed with a bleeding ulcer. Ignoring the cues of your body is one form of not being honest with yourself. We all do this, including telling ourselves what we want to believe in hopes that it will be true. Your honesty frees you to live self-aware and awake. How is honesty an important part of your authentic happiness? Join me in the episode of 'Therapy Best Practices'. Have a Therapy Question for Me? Send me a note here on AURA or send me an email: mail@dorothyratusny.com I would love to answer your questions here!
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Anne
As far back as I remember, I internalized the expectations of others I had glimpses of awareness of this in my forties, a bit more in my fifties, and not until age 60 did I become fully aware of livi
I now live by my internal compass, which has been the case for perhaps the past 5-10 years.
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Christine
Just Be Me
I need to learn just to except who I am, how I feel and what is important to me. I don’t need to show others what they want to see or talk how they want me too. I need to let myself believe in myself.