SHANA JARA Creative Director & Coach of True Identity https://web.facebook.com/SHANAJARA/info/?tab=page_info.

SHANA JARA Creative Director & Coach of True Identity https://web.facebook.com/SHANAJARA/info/?tab=page_info.

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I AM, two of the most powerful words. For what you put after them shapes your reality. www.BestLiving.biz

I AM, two of the most powerful words. For what you put after them shapes your reality. www.BestLiving.biz

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Don’t let people define who you are, God defines who you are. What He says about you is absolutely true! May we find our identity in Christ. It is the only secure identity and source of true confidence. New Post: Surviving the Critics. #blogs #encouragement

Don’t let people define who you are, God defines who you are. What He says about you is absolutely true! May we find our identity in Christ. It is the only secure identity and source of true confidence. New Post: Surviving the Critics. #blogs #encouragement

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the worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself - Google Search

the worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself - Google Search

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"Too many women throw themselves into romance because they’re afraid of being single, then start making compromises and losing their identity. I won’t do that." - Julie Delpy

"Too many women throw themselves into romance because they’re afraid of being single, then start making compromises and losing their identity. I won’t do that." - Julie Delpy

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Needing Others Approval---The anorexic deeply desires to be liked by others. The person with the illness is not happy in their own skin, but they seek out approval from others to try to feel control in their lives. With anorexia, many times the person has no self identity, and they want to know "who they are" and "where they stand." Also, the disorder may have been triggered by criticism by others.  Attaining the thin body image our culture loves is also a large part of this need of…

Needing Others Approval---The anorexic deeply desires to be liked by others. The person with the illness is not happy in their own skin, but they seek out approval from others to try to feel control in their lives. With anorexia, many times the person has no self identity, and they want to know "who they are" and "where they stand." Also, the disorder may have been triggered by criticism by others. Attaining the thin body image our culture loves is also a large part of this need of…

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