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  • Writer's pictureAimee Isabel

Getting close to what you want isn't alway easy

Have you ever felt intimidated by something you want so badly that you’re afraid to even take a step toward it? Maybe it’s a dream career, a meaningful relationship, or a personal goal you’ve been longing to achieve. The fear of failure or rejection can be overwhelming, making it seem easier to stay in your comfort zone than to risk venturing out into the unknown.

But what if you could find a way to trust and surrender to the journey, to take one step at a time, and move forward despite your fears? What if you knew that each step you take brings you closer to the freedom you’ve been longing for, to break free from the cage of isolation and fear?

It’s important to acknowledge that fear is a natural human emotion that can keep us safe from danger. However, it can also hold us back from realizing our full potential and experiencing the joy and fulfillment we deserve. The good news is that fear doesn’t have to control us. We can learn to recognize it, acknowledge it, and then choose to take action anyway.

Trusting and surrendering to the journey requires a willingness to let go of the need to control every outcome. It means accepting that there will be ups and downs, setbacks and successes, and that each experience is an opportunity to learn and grow. It also means trusting yourself and your instincts, knowing that you have what it takes to navigate whatever comes your way.

Taking steps forward doesn’t mean that you have to go it alone. Seek out support from friends, family, or a coach or therapist who can provide guidance and encouragement. Remember, you don’t have to have all the answers or do everything perfectly. It’s okay to ask for help or to take a break when you need it.

As you move forward step by step, keep in mind that progress doesn’t have to be linear or fast. Celebrate each small victory, no matter how small, and use them as motivation to keep going. It’s also important to practice self-compassion and kindness, especially when things don’t go as planned.

As you continue your journey, remember that the people you see around you who appear free and confident may have faced their own challenges and fears along the way. You’re not alone in your struggle, and you’re not defined by your fears. Each step you take brings you closer to the person you want to become, and the freedom and fulfillment you desire.

In conclusion, getting close to what you want can be intimidating, but trust and surrendering to the journey can help you move forward despite your fears. Take one step at a time, seek support when needed, celebrate your progress, and be kind to yourself along the way. Remember, each step you take brings you closer to the freedom and fulfillment you deserve.

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