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Self-Acceptance & Self-Development are the 1st Fatalities of Wanna-Be Syndrome – Sterling Sinclair can Help you Find Your ME


Self-Acceptance & Self-Development are the 1st Fatalities of Wanna-Be Syndrome.

Be You – without Guilt – without Regret.

When I am me – I am accused of being a show off egotist. When I am not me – the same people accuse me of giving up. Some of us are naturally bigger than life. Some of us have been beaten down till our “Me” begins to believe that being “Anyone Else” is better. When I was suicidal, I remember thinking: 1/ I need to remove me from this world so that others would be happy because me being me was hurting and angering people; 2/ I could never achieve being anyone else but me and being me was worthless. Yet when I would tell people about being suicidal, I was accused of being selfish and only thinking of me.

I worked extremely hard to escape those thoughts – those prison bars of self-doubt that my closest loved ones built up around me. I was born into a reality whereby being me was a failure and not being me was a failure. A NO Win Situation. Both of my brothers were born into the same sort of reality. One brother was killed as he tried to be something other than him – my other brother has been a life-time (so far – I pray it will stop) reoffender and addict. I survived and got help – many years of help.

No longer do I wanna-be anyone else but me! “Me” is the only me I can ever truly be. It was this life cliff that I had to scale before my power began finding its voice.

I have been so fortunate to find my “Me,” I’d like to help you find yours too. Self-Acceptance and Self-Development are crucial if we want to grow, move forward and fully celebrate or gifts. For over 10 years, I have been helping clients find and/or embrace their “Me(s).” I am thrilled to be once again offering such services.

It is time to live. It is time to be – our own ME.

I love you, S

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