This one today is near and dear to my heart.
Please join me on this journey to greater connection, vulnerability and authenticity.
I invite you to be really REAL with yourself right now, I’m going to show you how, because I’m right there with you.
It doesn’t get much more real than this exercise I’m going to share with you.
The more real you can be the better.
The more honest the better.
The deeper you go with this, the more you will get out of it yourself.
I’m here to support you through this one.
With today being New Year’s Eve, it seems appropriate to review.
To decide what to take with me into the new year, and what can be left behind.
What lessons did I learn that are important? What beliefs are no longer supporting me? Because there are many. Continue reading “2016 In a word: Whoa.”
I have found myself running in many different directions as of late, I want to do so much and yet find myself having a hard time doing any of them.
Today I needed this reminder:
“Wherever you are is the entry point.”
Continue reading “And…I’m back”
When was the last time you heard the words “I love you”?
Did your spouse tell you on the way out the door? Did your child tell you as you dropped them off at the school bus? Did your mom tell you as you hung up the phone?
These three words evoke so much each and every time we hear them, as well as each time we don’t hear them.
Continue reading “A Lesson on Self Love”
One of my favorite authors to follow (be it online, through her courses, or through her books) is Dr. Brené Brown. Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, as well as the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling book, Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead.
Her work on wholehearted living and her amazing TED Talk on the Power of Vulnerability have inspired me to look inward and truly understand how I have held myself away from connection.
She describes vulnerability as follows: “Vulnerability is basically uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure.” In other words, three things I, and many of my peers, family, friends, generation, have an extremely hard time accepting. Continue reading “Vulnerability: Can’t live with it, Can’t live without it.”