Moore Hurt Feelings

I am a firm believer that we all can change.

I am also a firm believer that some of us lack the courage to handle the experiences that manifest to conquer said change.

Resistance, people pleasing, false expectations, inconsistency, and lack of trust in our intuition will continue to lead us down the road of self sabotage and low self esteem.

I’ve been there and the only person I can blame for all of the hurt feelings I navigated was myself.

I didn’t have to please others, I chose to insecurely.

I could’ve been honest about what made me feel uncomfortable but I was afraid to show others how loud my voice was.

I didn’t have to lie about who I was to kick it; I literally did not have to show up or accept the invitation.

I did not have to inflate the ego of others, I had to learn to exist in my own.

See, I didn’t have to take that ex back, reconnect with that friend, loan that money out, or give that love. I chose to and sometimes that was a bad decision for myself.

Now that I have learned from the suffering of my own consequences, I am courageously doing what I need to to feel safe and secure.

Confidently glowing because who the hell gon’ stop me now but me?

I move Moore out of my own way because no one ever hurt my feelings more than I did and I’m so sick of that heartache sh*t.

I choose to be happy and aware of how to protect myself from Moore hurt feelings.

Orisha Sevyn

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