Kindness begins with how we see ourselves. Much of this depends on how we were treated as children. Unfortunately, childhood abuse survivors often grow up as adults who a have hard time seeing themselves with kindness. We don’t realize the subconscious voices telling us that we’re unlovable, we don’t deserve happiness, we’re ugly or we’re useless. … More A word on Kindness
With each passing significant experience in my life, I’m able to self-reflect with personal growth. There’s been so many incredible positives to take away from this experience. Yet another chapter in my life, albeit short, has completed and new ones await. … More Traversing Souls
What is it about my ego that makes me want to believe I am right rather than doing what is right? I confuse myself at times between being righteous with doing the right thing. It can be such a perplexing thought. … More My Ego and About Being Right
Feeling mood swings can be a normal part of our every day lives. Here’s a blog about what I was able to discover this past week. … More Wild Mood Swings: A day in the life of a newly published author.
We often hear the term “Coming Home” or “The Journey towards Home” when it comes to healing and self-help. What are we acknowledging? Where can it lead us? These are questions I asked myself as I return home from a business trip. … More Returning Home
Who are the toxic people in your lives? What does it mean to let go of them? … More Letting Go of Toxic People
Days before my vacation, it’s only fitting that I write something about happiness. … More Happiness is….(don’t worry, I’m not going to breakout into that song…)