i wonder how others relate to this....that we are working on healing and "getting better" yet we often hear, "you dont need to change, you are perfect as you are. accept yourself just as you are. i have always had goals for mental health. i have progressed tremendously over these 40 plus years since i saw how messed up i was. i dont know if i made progress in spite of not accepting myself or because i was goal driven and never stopped trying to heal....wondering what other people's experiences are. i still have mental health goals relating to my PTSD triggers. i still am working towards them every day.
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