It's easy to find ourselves questioning our feelings. When we are able to engage them and share them with others, we help them get a more clear sense of who we are.
The most dangerous issues are the ones that we don’t talk about. The moment we open up to express authentically, solutions begin to manifest. That which festers in the shadows has no connection to such divine wisdom. If you cut people off before they can share, you are missing the point. We need to get … Continue reading Let it out and let others let it out
One of the hardest things about being vulnerable is being witnessed. Others witness just how damn hard we are on ourselves. They might even point out how that isn’t a good idea For whatever reasons that we don’t need to get into, we have these intense pressures we put on ourselves. Certain standards and ideals … Continue reading You are not Alone
So I've been beat up. More than a few times. Life presents challenges. No examples really needed here, we have all had tough breakups, financial challenges, lost a loved one, been sick or depressed for a spell. Regardless of what mood I am in, I can always reflect on the fact that I am doing … Continue reading Facing Emotional Challenges – Venus Out of Bounds
The baseline of life is neither happy nor sad. Happiness and sadness are tangents off of the central point of life which is to BE. From the moment of birth, people have projected onto you that your mood and emotions dictate your personality and identity. Are you sad? Are you angry? What would make you … Continue reading Using Emotions as a Tool for Growth
As we watch the unfolding congressional hearings on the potential appointment of Kavanaugh, we are blatantly reminded of the trauma that many women across the world have experienced at the hands of a violent and dominating patriarchal structure. Rape, sexual abuse and assault are not the only forms of trauma, but the light of source … Continue reading 8 Ways to Help Heal Trauma