Through the process of self-discovery I realized, sadly, that I had not been living my life in an authentic way. I was so concerned with what people thought of me and how other people saw me that I wasn’t even remotely being my true self. After much time alone, in self-discovery and healing mode, I … Continue reading How well do you know yourself?
Although breakups tend to be incredibly painful, even when we initiate them, a lot of times they are a gift. When we separate from someone we love, the feelings can be very overwhelming and most of the time unbearable. We really do go through the five stages of grief: denial.anger.bargaining.depression.acceptance. For anyone who has lost … Continue reading A breakup can be a blessing in disguise
Many years ago I heard the term "inner child" which I found to be quite an intriguing concept and one that I would have loved to explore, however, I didn't give it much thought and actually dismissed it. After my first divorce, being left with two very small children to raise on my own I … Continue reading listen to that inner child
As a society we fear loss. Even if we are fearing to lose something that no longer serves us, we hang on tight for dear life in hopes to prevent losing whatever it is we are holding on to. We need to ask ourselves, what exactly are we holding on to and why? Is it … Continue reading If it leaves, let it go
I read a fantastic article the other day that really resonated with me. The writer was referencing how a lot of us have a difficult time living in the calm, therefore we [subconsciously] create our own drama just so we feel something. Sometimes, life can be too calm and in that calmness, for those of who … Continue reading Learning to live in the calm
We have all dated that person, the one that is never quite ready for a commitment (with you). They drive you to the brink of insanity and then pull you back with incredible passion that you have never experienced before. They bring out a side to you that you didn't know you had in you. … Continue reading You may be the emotionally unavailable one, here’s why!
I spent nearly three years alone.... After two failed marriages - I was desperate to find me. The only way I could figure out how was to go deep, go inward and spend time in solitude and it was a choice, my choice to do this until I felt I was strong enough to not … Continue reading I wont lose myself again
Let's face it, divorce, and break-ups in general, are very difficult to process and move on from. For many reasons, separating from the person we love leaves us feeling lost and desperate for answers. Many times we blame ourselves in hopes that if we take ownership of the breakup we can then fix whatever is … Continue reading How to move forward gracefully after a divorce
- The only way over it, is through it! - Anxiety is a fear based emotion and/or feeling. It is the feeling of a lack of control. However, it can exist only if we feed it. We feed anxiety by either by living in the past and wishing for a different outcome or by trying … Continue reading Anxiety
How do you start your day? ~Life is an endless process of self discovery~ Self-love is not a trend, it is not something you do when you feel like it. You don't just "do self-love" after a break up or after you experience trauma. Self-love is a life long practice that needs to be added … Continue reading How to practice self love daily