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In launching their comebacks, Dr. Robin says that these women have learned an important lesson. Taking time for yourself is not an act of selfishness, it's an act of self-preservation. "There's a huge difference between being awakened to the fact that you exist and being self-centered," Dr. Robin says. "You're not self-centered, you just know that you're on the planet now."

Writing in a "Who Am I?" Journal begins the process of defining one's self—in both positive and negative terms. The next step is to discover what you are ignoring. Ask yourself the question, "What is missing in my life?"

Write your list of what's missing in your own Who Am I Journal.
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FROM: Have You Let Yourself Go? Part 2: The Big Question: Who Am I?
Published on April 13, 2006

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