There's a trend in our current rhetoric to let every woman in this world who's struggling know: You are enough.
Don't worry about not being enough of a mother, lover, friend, person. You are doing enough. You are enough. You are a good enough representation of what it is you want to be.
I'm starting to think that this myth of enough is actually doing more harm than good.
Because when you talk about enough, you’re implying that there is more that can be done.
It’s like saying that someone hasn’t gone above and beyond. But they’ve done enough. So what if, instead of saying "you are enough" we start saying: "You, gorgeous soul, exquisite beauty, are the best." (Click to tweet)
And then we trust that - no matter where we are in time, in space, in our lives, that what we are giving right now, rightthissecond is our absolute best. It’s not just enough. It’s not the minimum. It’s really truly the best we have to offer. And our best is brilliant and bold and perfect no matter what.
How would that change the story? How would it change all of our stories?
**photo & graphic by Erin Cassidy for Tiffany Han Coaching