Child development includes many milestones and what we often believe is that it stops after we become 18. FALSE! Our inner child is constantly developing when we choose the journey of self-development.
Do you remember when you suddenly put on a pair of jeans as a child and they were too short? It's likely that is not our focus as adults anymore, but hey let's just go with the memory of them too short for today :)
Anyway, back to the regularly scheduled programming of "too short". The point is that we grew and never realized it until there was something measurable. We witness children growing and they often go through mood swings and we never really know why they just suddenly wake up in a bad mood or a random mood of cranky.
The same thing happens as we work through our limiting beliefs of our inner child in self-development. We learn a new way and try to implement immediately yet the jeans are still the same length. Until one day, the jeans are too short and just aren't doing their job for us as they were intended for. Yes, you can wear the jeans for a little while longer until the width catches us to the length. Then it's like a sudden explosion. The old jeans don't fit anywhere anymore and it's time to level up.
It's time to stop wearing the worn out jeans and settle in to the new, stiff pair that will become your favorite pair soon enough. Keep at it and never give up on learning who you are becoming.
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NIcky Stansbury is the Founder of La Palmera Spa and StressLessSecrets. She is passionate about inspiring others to respond instead of reacting to life's plot twists.