Have you ever considered your sexuality as being a thread that runs throughout your whole being?
Our sexuality is an integral part of who we are and an anchor of our identity.
How our sexual identity can become stolen
Although self-talk does have an effect on how we understand our sexuality, we are also being constantly bombarded by messages that seek to rob us of our identity.
These messages tell us who we should be, what we should look like, and how we should think or feel about our sexuality. With these messages, we may be tempted to limit the uniqueness of our sexuality to only the physical.
This result is a devaluation of all aspects regarding our identity: physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual.
Our identity can also be stolen if we experience sexual trauma.
No matter what has happened to you, whether it’s been your choice or something that was taken from you, your value has not been diminished. You have worth no matter what.
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- a person convinces themselves that they really aren’t deserving of love. The process of self-depreciation begins, the first identity anchor begins to slip away, and an opportunity opens up for something else to take its place