I am very passionate about the relationship I have with myself. My life purpose is to help and teach you, one person at a time, to have a healthy and loving relationship with yourself.
So what do you think of yourself?
And yes I do believe that this particular relationship is not a given. Most of us lose the connection we have with ourselves when we were very young. And when we enter adulthood we are thrust into the world not knowing who we are.
That makes navigating throu
A big part of my spiritual and emotional journey has been to heal my inner child. Often I will talk to people and observe how what they experienced as a child shapes them as adults. The way you perceive the world, your relationships and most importantly yourself is largely dependent on the beliefs and experiences you have had as a child. The most important relationship in our lives is with ourselves. And a big part of nurturing this relationship is to heal the child version o
There was a time when my self image and how I value my self was completely based on how others treated me. Every decision I made from how I behaved, who I hung out with and how I looked was based on the objective of getting people to like me. I believed that I needed it for my survival. And it was exhausting. And eventually made me feel lost and resentful. Thankfully that self depreciating behavior is well behind me. Today I want to share with you some insight that I have gat
Today I want to share with you what I learned about " being successful" I have been thinking a lot about the word successful. I have been asking these tough yet insightful questions to myself. Does successful mean that I earn well? Does it mean I have a full roster of clients ? Does it mean that I have a number of projects on my plate? Does it mean I am a good wife, mother or daughter ? The answer for me was as unique as I am. When I dug deeper, I realized for me , being happ
It's a new year. And it gives you another reason to reduce or eliminate toleration's in your life. Sometimes we tolerate because we don't know how to fix boundaries that clearly let the people in our lives know how we would like to be treated. Sometimes we tolerate because we have a limiting belief that stating how we would like to be treated would hurt the ones who we love or upset the ones we are accountable to like our bosses. And sometimes we tolerate because deep down we
I often see in our society, people greet each other by asking about what the other person has been doing?
Often people are so obsessed with action that finding out how the other person is feeling doesn’t even cross their mind.never-ending
As a society there is a huge focus on our external world - our possessions, the car we drive, whether we own a house or not, if we are working or not, how much do we earn, how many clients do we have, how much do we weigh, which school do w