8 Rupi Kaur Poems To Help You Heal
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8 Rupi Kaur Poems To Help You Heal

Everyone experiences heartbreak.

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8 Rupi Kaur Poems To Help You Heal
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Everyone experiences heartbreak at some point in his or her life. It's just a fact of life. I personally suffer from anxiety and depression. I think it is important for me to open up and let people know it's okay. Mental illness is not something to be ashamed about. While I take medication and go to therapy, I have found reading to be very comforting to me.

The poems of Rupi Kaur, specifically her book Milk and Honey, seems to bring me peace when nothing else can. Most of her poems are untitled, but they are illustrated and posted on her Instagram.

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I find this poem particularly comforting when I feel overwhelmed. You are strong enough to make it through whatever is hurting you today.

2. "what's the greatest lesson a woman can learn?"


Society tells women to be skinnier, to have longer hair, to be anything but what they are. You have always had the tools inside you to love yourself.

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When someone breaks your heart and you feel like it's YOUR fault, remember you are so beautifully enough. Do not discount yourself because someone else was not able to love all of you.

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There are times in life when others are cruel, and it seems as though no one is on your side. Sometimes the best solution is to reach out so someone else with an act of kindness.

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Often when we are in relationships, we get lost. We get lost in the other person. Never forget you are music.

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When you have reached your lowest point and think there is no way to pull yourself up, you can pull yourself up. You have the strength. Even when you don't see it.

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Everyone doubts his or herself. When you doubt yourself, remember all the beautiful qualities you bring to the world, and don't count the energy that put you here.

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Whatever it is you've gone through, you've made it. You're on the other side. Be proud of yourself because you've lived through it. Love yourself. Love yourself every single day. Because you're living despite it all.

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