You are not your thoughts

It’s funny how we say ‘I am angry’ but no one would think to say ‘I am a broken arm.’  We know that we are not equal to our emotions, we only experience them (for a much shorter time than an injury).  Just because you feel, think, or even say something out loud, doesn’t mean it has to define you forever.

You are not your thoughts.

An important distinction of mindfulness is remembering that you don’t have to believe everything you think.

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