The thing about the “personal journey” is that it’s, you know, personal.
No one can convince you it’s worth doing, and it’s no one’s place to. You have to have it in yourself: the drive, the need, the self worth.
You might need some time figuring out who you are and what you want, but you have to know that all of that is worth knowing.
Finding yourself is a process that takes work and energy. It’s about digging deep, not running away. It’s about seeing yourself in your surroundings, instead of changing them.
But mostly, it’s about knowing that you’re important and worthwhile, whether or not you know why.