Tag: self love

No to Societal Conditioning

Societal conditioning tells me that I should be worried. (I’m not) That it’s not ok to have close relationships with the opposite sex. (It is) That you should only get your needs met by your partner. (Nope) I call bullshit. Humans originally were raised in tribes. Where we all lent on each other and had

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What are you reflecting?

I actually really love it when people tell me what they see in me or think of me Why? Because in truth, it’s actually me reflecting back to them the human that they are. Sometimes they don’t even realize it. And it’s the most beautiful thing to witness. The way some people see me is

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Self doubt is a dick.

I could be happy and smiling but deep down wondering why I actually wasn’t good enough or how I could do or be better. I still have my moments of questioning sometimes. But then I heard the lesson of ‘maybe people aren’t giving you recognition because you need to give it to yourself first’. Holy

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My experience means something

Today my Coach told me I was taking the easy way. And as soon as she said it I knew she was right. The easy way means I get to stay in the idea of helping people without actually causing someone pain. What if I say the wrong thing? What if what I say causes

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What does embodiment mean?

Embodiment is not just being in your body. Embodiment is not just dancing in your underwear saying you love your body. It’s can be a part of it but it’s not all of it. I’m tired of the repeated programs being played out. Love your body, but only if it looks like this. Don’t love

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You can’t be spiritual if you do that

I am a woman who will drink soft drink while eating a salad. The type who will visit the mob museum and follow it up with the Titanic exhibit when in Vegas. The type of woman who will gladly jump in the water with sharks and even swim towards them but almost break down and

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The parenting stage no one talks about

I have reached a stage in my parenting journey that no one ever talks about. No one writes books saying this is how it’s done for this stage. Pregnancy, babies, toddlers, children, even teens are written about. But no one talks about the transition from being the parent raising a child to being a parent

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