SELF-DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR AVOIDED

My sense of identity, of who I am, could easily have been lost and never found again if I had accepted that where I came from humanly must determine who I am. I hated where I thought I came from.

When I was at my lowest, however, I met a spiritual mentor who changed my life. She directed me to God as the sole source of my identity. She helped me see that I belonged to none other than God Himself, and that no one could change what He had made. I began to see that my human relations had no claim to or authority over my identity or my health.

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