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Mirror, Mirror: Healing Our Earliest Reflections & Un-Serving Beliefs

Healing, Reflection, Mirror, un-serving beliefs

Photograph by Cristina Gottardi

Understanding and releasing un-serving beliefs and influences of our parents paves the way for our own healing, growth and improved self-worth

Our parents are our first mirrors.

As we grow, we look to our primary caregivers to give us feedback and help guide us through a world unknown. What gets reflected back to us is the basis upon which we form our first self-impressions.

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