You can substitute your issue or borrow benefits.
KC: Even though I was naturally left handed I was forced to write right handed and was powerless over the authority figures in my life. I love and accept myself now and how creative I was.
KC: Even though I was accused of being the “devil’s-spawn” because I was “different” I love and accept myself anyway.
KC: Even though I’m now ambidextrous I still feel less-than and a part of me is bitter and I feel guilty for not standing up for myself. I acknowledge I did the best I could given my age and circumstances.
EB: I don’t want to write right handed
SE: It doesn’t feel comfortable
UE: I’m not evil
UN: I’m just 4 years old
CH: I’m not the devil’s-spawn
CB: I don’t know what that means
UA: I don’t feel good about myself
TH: I can’t stop crying
EB: It doesn’t feel right
SE: I don’t want to change
UE: Don’t force and hurt me
UN: I’ll be sneaky and do things the way I want when I’m alone
CH: I have to be me
CB: I did the best I could to hold onto me
UA: I know it was hard
TH: I know I HAD to change to survive
EB: What a brave little girl you were
SE: You retained a part of you no matter what
UE: Tap into that spirit of victory
UN: The victory of spirit to not abandone your true self
CH: Way to go
CB: I’m so proud of you
UA: What a resilient child
TH: What a creative child
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
UE: no bitterness just victory of spirit. They didn’t kill my spirit like I thought they did. What a miracle I AM!