Debbi Dachinger – Everyone Has Value
Consider/Ask: Radical Mindset Musings
- Duality: She always felt she was meant to be in front of people and thrive, but she grew up in a household where she felt that she wasn’t meant to be seen or heard. Her wound became a gift and she was able to own it and be out in the world.
- Having activities to feed her creativity was a life saver for her growing up.
- Coping mechanisms for her anxiety and depression: pretending she was okay, using drugs and alcohol, and for a time, food.
- When you have machinations going on, you’re going to attract people to yourself that bring up some of the same wounds and situations; it won’t always be the best relationships.
- Rather than the things she was really asking for, she found these in healers and situations. When good comes your way, stand back and say yes and receive.
- Advocating for herself was really about one thing: being unable to handle the pain and believing that there was something better. It caused her to fight for herself and find a better way.
- What happens to us or what comes is all perfect. It is done in a way that gets our attention and it comes up because it’s meant to be healed. If we acknowledge and embrace it, we can allow ourselves to be healed and move to the other side.
- Message = “me sage” – we are all sages of our own journey and outcomes
- We don’t have to be perfect to do what we do, we just have to do it.
- Visibility will catapult your career exponentially into success when you understand how to use it, how to show up, and how to knock it out of the park.
Revolutionary Leader’s Mantra: One of the greatest gifts her wounds gave her growing up is that she embraced a lot of people from different sects. It’s also given her a lot of compassion for people of different races, ethnicities, sexual orientation, etc. Our wounds aren’t just wounds; inherent in wounds are gifts that we would not have received otherwise had we not gone through that situation. Debbi now uses her wounds to help others write books.
Thank you Letter: If Debbi were to write a thank you letter, she would write to her friends and the people who reached out to her in her darkest hour, as well as the insurance company that allowed her to have the weekly phone conversations. The biggest one would be to the universe for not abandoning her.
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