It Takes Courage to be Disliked

It Takes Courage to be Disliked

As social beings in various forms of relationships, it’s very normal to want to live harmoniously with others. A mistake we might make, however, is bending too much out of our own lane in an attempt to satisfy the wants and desires of others; living too much for the satisfaction or contentment of someone else, we may no longer feel happy in our own life predicament.
Four Elements to Create a Self Care Plan

Four Elements to Create a Self Care Plan

Consciously tuning into activities or things that have that feel good quality and actively deciding to pursue them takes practice. Be patient with yourself on the journey. Self care is a ritual to partake in.
Navigating Love Outside The Norm

Navigating Love Outside The Norm

I get to actively create a reality where I’m able to interact with people in the ways that make sense for me. Additionally, it has allowed me to show up for people that I care about in ways that are uncharacteristic from within the dichotomy of friend vs. lover.
Little Ball of Yarn

Little Ball of Yarn

There is a root cause to the feelings we feel in our bodies. I found that once I was able to identify and label my physical feeling (little ball of dense dark twisty yarn in my chest), I was able to separate it from the thought that caused it
Patience in Practice

Patience in Practice

It’s like the ultimate test that I’ve kind of studied for but I definitely don’t know all the answers to. I can ‘prepare’ all I want, but I’ll never be fully ready because there’s no way that I ever possibly could be.
The Seasonal Self-Explorer

The Seasonal Self-Explorer

Much like when the trees shake their leaves loose with the blowing winds, I too shake loose the things that no longer serve me. 
Getting Acquainted With Your Personas

Getting Acquainted With Your Personas

What I’ve come to realize is that I have a vast repertoire of personas; some I’m quite familiar with and others I haven’t had the privilege of meeting yet.
The Self-Esteem Series: Part Three

The Self-Esteem Series: Part Three

I’m not doomed to always suffer from feelings of inadequacy. I have power, strength, and the ability to make changes where I see fit.
The Self-Esteem Series: Part Two

The Self-Esteem Series: Part Two

If someone with a healthy self-esteem were a successful lion tamer, I would be an apprentice. I’m eager to learn, I’ve got some skills, and my heart is in the right place, but if I’m not careful I can still get my hand bit. I am, however, learning some invaluable lessons along the way.
The Self-Esteem Series: Part One

The Self-Esteem Series: Part One

Self-esteem is the invisible mechanism that regulates how we experience ourselves and our realities
The Art of Boundaries

The Art of Boundaries

Boundaries don’t have to be strict or permanent, but they should certainly be respected. When there is respect, trust, safety, and awareness are established. And who knows, in due time, you may even find yourself inviting someone back over to cross your fence and join you in your space.
Letting Go

Letting Go

By acknowledging the present reality, taking ownership of my feelings, and actively choosing to move forward, I’m allowing for what once was to become a more peaceful part of me.
Showing Up Isn't Always Easy

Showing Up Isn't Always Easy

I might have a hard time stepping up every time, but in the moments when I do, I'm teaching myself that it's possible.
Sticky Thoughts

Sticky Thoughts

Behind it all, I was the puppeteer; both the victim and the villain.
The Conditional Lover

The Conditional Lover

It feels bitter to hold on to conditions and restrictions. It feels better to let love flow.
Self, In Relationship To Others

Self, In Relationship To Others

Our inner worlds and outer experiences deserve our attention because they are intimately in communion with one another.
Inner Balance

Inner Balance

There is beauty in balance and in allowing energy to move naturally, especially in the ebb and flow of day-to-day life.
Deep Heart Healing

Deep Heart Healing

Emotional pain can rock our core and radiate through our entire being. We can allow this achey feeling to move through us with an intimate (and kind) examination of our thoughts and feelings.

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