“A woman who opens her heart to love you, when it’s already broken, is braver than any person you’ll meet.” ~ Steven Benson I love this quote. Although I would change it from woman to person, because I believe that anyone who chooses to love
Hi Beautifuls! Only 10 (ish) more days left of 2015! How are you feeling about that?? Personally, while 2015 has been a rather terrific year, I am pretty done with the holidays at this point and very much looking forward to 2016!! I traditionally take
I’ve had a lot of friends and clients and connections lately struggling with finding their way again after some sort of loss – death of a child, divorce, death of a partner, lost jobs. It’s not an easy place to be. Where do you find
Let’s be real. The holidays can be a bitch after the death of someone we love. It’s been 13 years since my little family died and I still wrestle with finding peace during the holiday season. Even now, it’s a tangled mess of emotions –
I used to be depressed. Severely depressed and suicidal for many years. Back then I could only see the world through a fog of loneliness, disconnection, misery, and pain. Everything felt numb and gray, and when it wasn’t numb and gray it was painful and
Tired. “I’m tired” been a phrase that has run through my head nearly every day since my early teens. Sometimes, it feels like I’ve been tired for most of my life. It also feels like I’ve been fighting that tiredness for most of my life.
I’ve been working for a while now on asking for what I want or need, when I want or need it. It seems, on the surface, like such a simple thing. Want something? Ask for it. Need something? Ask for it. However, in practice, at
I’m a little worked up this morning and feeling feisty. (Brace yourself for some cursing!) I used to love being a counselor. I was so proud to call myself that when I graduated from school and for years afterwards. I did work I believed in.
Life has been a bit of a wild ride lately! At one point today I sat back and realized I’ve spent the last few weeks doing exactly what I love to do – writing my book, creating new programs, ironing out details for upcoming retreats,
Let’s talk affirmations. Actually, let’s talk about the seeming dark side of positive affirmations. If you are new to affirmations, they are basically statements made about a feeling or thing you want to have that are stated in a positive as if you already have