I Was Never Daddy’s Little Princess

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The journey to self-awareness and mindfulness is great, but it can also force you to address a few suppressed or subconscious wounds. Many of us are strong by default….I that know I am. I’ll share with you that I’ve uncovered a few emotional scars that I developed from growing up not without having my father in my life. We would see each other in passing and I had to accept that he could not interact with me in public because my existence was a secret. He would drop by to see me for about 30 mins every other year. I felt rejected, worthless, and I always felt like I had something to prove. My early relationships were a direct reflection of this. My father passed away 16 years ago and it’s even more painful to know that I’ll never have the opportunity to get close to him or hear him say I love you. This explains so much about my life and my reluctance to attach to people personally. If I never discover anything else…I’m happy to check this innate characteristic. Those circumstances don’t determine my future; nevertheless. I stand for every fatherless daughter. We too are worthy of a crown. ❤️❤️ #Transparency #ThisIsMe #Jen

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