esperanza Magazine for Anxiety & Depression

Lighten Up

I grew into my double digits in the 1980s, when consumerism was at an all-time high in our country. Although my family did not espouse the wasting of anything, the culture around us had a pull. I learned from TV that I needed more clothes, more jewelry, more friends, a bigger house, and a larger bank account, to name a few.

Though I was taught the fallacy of thinking “more”

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