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  • Il risultato non sarà perfetto ma ci abbiamo provato 😂
    @marcobormetti 💛
    Sempre con il mio @rosefield 😍 perfetto e comodo per ogni viaggio ✈️
  • Il risultato non sarà perfetto ma ci abbiamo provato 😂 
@marcobormetti 💛
Sempre con il mio @rosefield 😍 perfetto e comodo per ogni viaggio ✈️
  •  908  2 3 hours ago
  • “People never change”.
    True or false?

    ——

    I do believe it's NOT TRUE that people can't change. They can, IF they want to.
    And I’m the living proof.
    I've changed so much during the past years that sometimes I don't event recognize myself anymore now. And people around me have a hard time recognizing me too.

    -

    A couple of months ago, I had the chance to spend some great time with a high school friend I wasn’t seeing in years.
    He couldn’t believe I was the same person he remembered. He couldn’t believe that extremely insecure and pessimist girl transformed into an independent smiling woman.
    Noticing how positively surprised he was, I truly understood how much I grew up.

    -

    We have the power to change ourselves. The things is that it’s not easy to do, that’s why it seems so impossible most of the times.

    We all want to feel better in some parts of our lives - eating healthier, being more confident, having better relationships, just to name a few - but do we want to do what it takes to get there? Most of the times, no. It takes to much courage and effort.

    Change is scary, and we tend to resist it. There’s a little voice in our head that keeps telling us things like “it’s too dangerous.” “You are not ready.” “It’s not the right time.” “You can’t make it.”

    So what?
    Just start accepting yourself the way you are, with all your flaws. Start loving yourself. That’s exactly how it all started for me.
    Once you’ll accept how imperfect you are, you’ll start seeing yourself changing. The resistance and the fear against changes will slowly fade away.

    Because probably, all of this is it’s not even about “changing”; it’s more about understanding and accepting who I really am, rediscovering my inner child and who I was meant to be on this planet when I was born, before all the shame, the wounds, the guilt and the humiliation.

    ——

    P.S.: More Copenhagen pictures and videos soon in my stories ✈️
  • “People never change”.
True or false?
⠀
——
⠀
I do believe it's NOT TRUE that people can't change. They can, IF they want to.
And I’m the living proof.
I've changed so much during the past years that sometimes I don't event recognize myself anymore now. And people around me have a hard time recognizing me too.
⠀
-
⠀
A couple of months ago, I had the chance to spend some great time with a high school friend I wasn’t seeing in years.
He couldn’t believe I was the same person he remembered. He couldn’t believe that extremely insecure and pessimist girl transformed into an independent smiling woman.
Noticing how positively surprised he was, I truly understood how much I grew up.
⠀
-

We have the power to change ourselves. The things is that it’s not easy to do, that’s why it seems so impossible most of the times.

We all want to feel better in some parts of our lives - eating healthier, being more confident, having better relationships, just to name a few - but do we want to do what it takes to get there? Most of the times, no. It takes to much courage and effort.

Change is scary, and we tend to resist it. There’s a little voice in our head that keeps telling us things like “it’s too dangerous.” “You are not ready.” “It’s not the right time.” “You can’t make it.”
⠀
So what?
Just start accepting yourself the way you are, with all your flaws. Start loving yourself. That’s exactly how it all started for me.
Once you’ll accept how imperfect you are, you’ll start seeing yourself changing. The resistance and the fear against changes will slowly fade away.

Because probably, all of this is it’s not even about “changing”; it’s more about understanding and accepting who I really am, rediscovering my inner child and who I was meant to be on this planet when I was born, before all the shame, the wounds, the guilt and the humiliation.
⠀
——
⠀
P.S.: More Copenhagen pictures and videos soon in my stories ✈️
  •  200  10 3 hours ago

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  • Our beautiful old warehouse, when the sun hits just right!
  • Our beautiful old warehouse, when the sun hits just right!
  •  95  9 16 January, 2019

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  • “We meet people for a reason”.
    Do you believe it?

    ---

    I’ve never really agreed with this statement. My life has always been pretty chaotic, and I’ve always thought of my encounters as something accidental, often undesired - and, with hindsight, definitely not good for me.
    I wasn't in control.

    Until... lately, when I’ve been meeting a different kind of people.
    Uplifting, supportive.
    People helping me accept who I am, and re-discover important parts of myself that I had buried deep down just because I was too ashamed of accepting them.
    People having a positive impact on my life, and pushing me, with their love and affection, to love myself more.

    But the people around me aren’t changing just because of a destiny “magically” smiling at me and deciding that now it’s my turn.
    They are changing because, first, I started to change. I decided I wanted to be better and love myself more. And consequently, I started to believe I deserved better.
    I basically prepared myself to embrace these people into my life.

    So here they are, slowly coming into my life, exactly the ones I needed, at the right place, the right time, allowing me to be myself without any judgment.

    It’s when you meet these ”right” people that you understand you are on the ”right” path.
    And if you keep going and never look back - also if it's tempting to look back, sometimes it will still look like the easiest solution - you will keep meeting more and more of them.

    Now that I’m creating a path to become a better person, I consequently accept in my life only who can fit this path.
    I’m in control. I can discern better. I can see more clearly if someone can be part of “my people” or not.
    I know better who I am, and so who I want in my life.

    All the toxic people of the past were in my life because I was asking for them with my negative thinking.
    I was attracting them. They were what I thought I deserved.

    ---

    Now I believe we do meet people for a reason. But the reason is not just destiny. The reason is US and our behaviors.

    The people we meet are like signs, in the sense that they are like mirrors.
    They do nothing but showing us the amount of love and affection we think we deserve in our life.
  • “We meet people for a reason”.
Do you believe it?
⠀
---
⠀ 
I’ve never really agreed with this statement. My life has always been pretty chaotic, and I’ve always thought of my encounters as something accidental, often undesired - and, with hindsight, definitely not good for me.
I wasn't in control.

Until... lately, when I’ve been meeting a different kind of people.
Uplifting, supportive.
People helping me accept who I am, and re-discover important parts of myself that I had buried deep down just because I was too ashamed of accepting them.
People having a positive impact on my life, and pushing me, with their love and affection, to love myself more.

But the people around me aren’t changing just because of a destiny “magically” smiling at me and deciding that now it’s my turn.
They are changing because, first, I started to change. I decided I wanted to be better and love myself more. And consequently, I started to believe I deserved better. 
I basically prepared myself to embrace these people into my life.

So here they are, slowly coming into my life, exactly the ones I needed, at the right place, the right time, allowing me to be myself without any judgment.

It’s when you meet these ”right” people that you understand you are on the ”right” path.
And if you keep going and never look back - also if it's tempting to look back, sometimes it will still look like the easiest solution - you will keep meeting more and more of them.

Now that I’m creating a path to become a better person, I consequently accept in my life only who can fit this path.
I’m in control. I can discern better. I can see more clearly if someone can be part of “my people” or not.
I know better who I am, and so who I want in my life.

All the toxic people of the past were in my life because I was asking for them with my negative thinking.
I was attracting them. They were what I thought I deserved.
⠀
---
⠀
Now I believe we do meet people for a reason. But the reason is not just destiny. The reason is US and our behaviors.

The people we meet are like signs, in the sense that they are like mirrors.
They do nothing but showing us the amount of love and affection we think we deserve in our life.
  •  416  37 10 January, 2019

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  • Happiness is.. Receiving beautiful letters from happy guests.🕊
  • Happiness is.. Receiving beautiful letters from happy guests.🕊
  •  69  1 7 January, 2019