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If I asked you to describe yourself, what would you say?

“Mother, sister, friend, carer.”
“Wife, activist, musician.”
“Marketing pro, aspiring novelist, single parent.”

We describe ourselves as who we are in relation to other people, or how other people determine that we matter.

But how often do we describe ourselves in terms of who we are to ourselves?

You’re more than just the roles that you fulfil. You’re more than a mother, a daughter, a wife, a great cook, a carer, a singer or an amateur comedian. You’re more than just the work that you do, the friends that you keep or a collection of body parts to be gawked at.

You’re strong. Fearless. Beautiful. Raw. Vulnerable. Real.

When you strip away the layers of who you are to the world, who are you to yourself?

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