Don’t Talk, Don’t Trust and Don’t Feel Video Presentation Part 2
Posted by Second Chance to Live on May 24, 2012
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. In today’s article I am going to introduce Part 2 of the video series, Don’t Talk, Don’t Trust and Don’t Feel. I would encourage you to watch Part 1 of this video series, as Part 1 introduces the the topic and in Part 2 I share my personal experience on the topic.
I believe you will be able to identify with me my friend.
To recap, the information presented through this video series can benefit anyone who may have grown up feeling terminally unique, isolated, as though they never quite fit in, as though they never had a say in their life, experienced difficulties in loving and accepting themselves or felt as though their life did or does not matter.
As you listen and watch this video series and questions come to mind, please send me those questions. All questions are good questions my friend. And please do not give up on yourself, a loving God or your process my friend. More will be revealed with time. Trust the process and a loving God and trust yourself.
To watch Part 2 of this series, please click on the following link, Don’t Talk, Don’t Trust and Don’t Feel Video Presentation Part 2
To watch Part 1 of the video series, please click on the following link, Don’t Talk, Don’t Trust and Don’t Feel Video Presentation Part 1
To read the entire article, please click on the following link, Don’t Talk, Don’t, Don’t Feel
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