Do you speak your truth?
Or are you faking it?
Chocolate bunnies look so appealing on the outside, but there’s only air inside. They’re empty.
That’s how you might feel when you don’t speak your truth.
No number of compliments, hard work, or serving others will fill you up because you know you haven’t expressed the truth of who you are.
You’re the chocolate shell of yourself.
Speaking your truth means you say what you want to say, with whom, where, when, and how you want to say it.
It's using your voice. Sometimes when you fail to speak your truth, you can feel like an "imposter”.
In fact, many will describe themselves as suffering from “imposter syndrome."
So how do you know when you are actually speaking your truth, rather than faking it or even suppressing it all together?
Are you suffering from the “Hollow Chocolate Bunny Complex?
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Yup, you seem to have “Hollow Chocolate Bunny Complex”! Chocolate bunnies look so appealing on the outside, but there is only air inside. They’re empty.
That’s how you might feel when you don’t speak your truth--somewhat empty.
The truth of who you are hasn’t been expressed. You’re the chocolate shell of yourself.
Perhaps this “Hollow Bunny Complex” has a familiar ring to it. You might recognize it as "Imposter Syndrome" which has these characteristics:
Difficulty, reluctance, or refusal to speak up contributes to the Imposter Syndrome.
Going forward, we’ll build your expressive strength to help you become an authentic and whole person who recognizes the depth and substance that others see when they pay you compliments.
Metaphorically speaking, you will become a solid chocolate bunny, which in part means being able to confront others when necessary.
But first, you need to honestly examine what might be holding you back.
**This quiz is meant to be fun! The Hollow Bunny Complex obviously isn’t real, but the issues with authenticity are.**
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You seem to have the “Partial Chocolate Bunny Complex.”
You know how chocolate bunnies look so appealing on the outside, but inside, there’s only air? They’re empty.
You’re able to speak your truth some of the time, but you have some work ahead to really become a whole, deeply authentic person.
Does this sound familiar? You shrug off compliments even after you’ve worked hard or served others. When this happens, you’re the chocolate shell of yourself.
Perhaps this “Partial Chocolate Bunny Complex” has a familiar ring to it. You might recognize it as "Imposter Syndrome" which has these characteristics:
When you speak your truth in some moments, but not in others, you walk a tightrope that can lead to stress and anxiety.
Well done! You are on your way to becoming a “Solid Chocolate Bunny.”
In most situations, you are able to speak your truth and show up with your authentic, whole self.
This is good because many people are suffering from “Hollow Bunny Complex.”
Difficulty speaking up contributes to the Imposter Syndrome.
While you are doing a good job of speaking your truth in most situations, you will benefit from a better understanding of the things that might still be holding back.