iChoose2 Be Authentic

Welcome to Week #33 of our iChoose2 Love My Life: one-year journey toward living a life you love!

This week we’re choosing to be authentic. Your Week #33 video is below. After you watch the video, please leave a comment below sharing who you’re choosing to be authentic with this week.

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Kelly Thorne Gore



  1. Kelly, sharing your story of how your Mom stays true to herself no matter who is around made me smile. My girls often point out to me how I change from the strict Mom yelling at them to get their rooms clean to a nicer tone when answering the phone “Hello!!” haha I guess I really need to work on being more authentic so this week will be perfect!! 🙂 Have a great week!! HUGS

  2. Peggy Clement says:

    I already live an authentic live. I am the same person always, at least I think I am, if I need change I pray God show me in Jesus name and to God be the Glory amen.

  3. Hannah Slodki says:

    Hi Kelly, I’ve worked with your mom and she was a tremendous blessing to me. My little brother passed away about three years ago, and your mom went out of her way to reach out to me in my dispair. I remember her kind words more often than she knows. Send her my best!

  4. Carol Williams says:

    As I write this (and yes, I am behind) I am struggling with this. I was authentic with someone who turned out not to be a real friend. It may be that she is not even capable of being a real friend. At any length, she shared very private e-mails–literally printing them, taking them with her to lunch and letting others read them and then they discussed me. Now one of the people wants us to get together for lunch and try to mend fences. I have forgiven this person and asked that they forgive me, but I do not believe it is in my best interests to have this person in my life. The person trying to arrange the lunch has fallen into the same pattern I was in with this person–wanting to help them. Since that time, I’m not really authentic. I wouldn’t say I am false. People see who I really am, but now ALL of who I am because I just don’t show that side anymore. It is not safe. I have maybe two people I can be totally authentic with now and I think this is where I will be for a while.

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