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    Dimensions — 5 x 7.75 in

    Format — PDF, Hardcover

    Categories — Jacqueline Whitney, Books, Poetry

    Brand — Thought Catalog Books

    Page Count — 176

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    All That You Deserve

    Regular price$17.99 Sale price

    You deserve to wholeheartedly love yourself and your life. You deserve to break free from your past and the hurt it has held you in for too long. You deserve to find whole healing and full freedom from any darkness that tries to take your light. You deserve to finally find the peace your soul has been searching for.

    You deserve to see yourself as someone who is beautiful––you wouldn’t be here if you weren’t meant to be precisely the person you are. You deserve to be loved by someone who loves you with unconditional love––the kind of love you have always dreamed of. I hope you never tell yourself that you are worth nothing because you are worth everything. Sometimes life is beautiful and then unimaginably difficult, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be beautiful again. You can’t wait until life doesn’t hurt anymore to choose to believe you deserve more. You can’t wait until you feel ready to start stepping towards your dreams. You deserve to find everything you’re looking to get out of this precious life. More than anything I just hope you know that you deserve to be here, now. The world would never be the same without you.

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    Meet The Author

    Jacqueline Whitney

    Jacqueline is a writer from Philadelphia.