Today I sit here in my new normal, taking ownership of my decisions, of my life, and of my “new normal”. I take ownership in having silicone injections in my buttocks. I take ownership for forgiving myself and forgiving others. I take ownership in my journey, and lastly I take ownership in all of my choices.
I realized I own my “new normal” something I can’t redo, or wish away.
I own this body, and this body is my new normal. It hit me there’s just something about being accountable. When you take on the responsibility for being accountable for any decision you make opposed to being the victim, you just get this special power.
I feel the power as it flows through my body, as I take ownership and responsibility.
I could be going a different route. I could blame a lot of people for negligence that really did happen. Instead I make a conscious choice to be accountable so I can share with the world some advice. “We do things, and put things into our bodies, that’s not good for us”.
We do not feel that we are enough! But when we are born, we are truly more than enough, and if we’d just acknowledge that with ourselves and with each other more often, we would not make these sorts of choices.
Simply, we would not be allowed to make these mistakes because we would know for sure we are ok. So I’m just being accountable, and owning the right to be ok.