Everyone is perfect just as they are, as long as you know how you want to position yourself in relation to them.

Wishing other people would change is an almost universal part of the human struggle. It often comes with a lot of pain and frustration. We release some of that fruitless struggle as we begin to accept life as it is, and people as they are. This maturation process brings lightness, serenity, and the freedom to move on with our own endeavors. It requires the humility to recognize we cannot fully know why things are as they are, or what purpose is being fulfilled by that…

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Stephanie Winn

Stephanie Winn

Counselor, Airbnb host, houseplant collector, barefoot wanderer