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As a result of growing up feeling he had to hide his true self, Elizabeth believes Sedrick could be looking for fulfillment in the wrong places. "Instead of just being genuinely who you are in the world, which is the biggest thrill there is, actually, you start to do things," she says. "Jumping out of planes or being in debt, because that's sort of in a twisted kind of way making you feel really alive."

Sedrick says this is what he has struggled with for most of his life. "I've mastered being one person on the outside, and it's completely opposite of who I am," he says.
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FROM: Best Life Week: Finding Your Spiritual Path
Published on June 10, 2009

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