Posts tagged Self improvement
What Does Shame Resilience Look Like?

So many times we throw around these terms and make assumptions that other people know what it means. I want you to understand very clearly what will happen when we work together.

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From Survivor to Thriver

According to Webster’s Dictionary, “to survive” is defined as; to endure or live through (an affliction, adversity, misery, etc.). The way my brain works, as a survivor then, is a person who has endured or lived through something horrible. Seems reasonable, right?...

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The dark side of Entrepreneurship ~When depression sets in:

If life were a fairy tale, when you would have a dream or a goal, it would just magically come to fruition. But the reality is we are not in a fairy tale at all. I’ve been...

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Lessons from 20 years of Sobriety:

A few months ago I celebrated 20 years since I last consumed any alcohol.  While this may seem like nothing to many of you, I invite you to go spend some time at your local detox centers. You will quickly discover that this is something many people cannot do at all.  And for those of you who...

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Boundaries for Empaths

I don’t honestly remember hearing much about boundaries until I was in my late twenties. Even then, my memories of it are very vague and generic. For some reason, I have this memory of...

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To The Officer Who Pulled Me Over

Every day we hear horror stories about police brutality and police abusing their power. Here’s what I want you to know at the forefront of this story: my favorite uncle...

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The Process of Trust

According to Webster’s dictionary, trust is defined as a belief that someone or something is reliable, good, honest, effective, etc. Is that your definition of trust?

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Evicting my Abuser

Allow me to empower you to evict the biggest abuser in your life.

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6 Steps to Stop the Comparison Trap.

Comparing ourselves is a very normal thing to do, but it doesn't come without certain dangers. Learn how to overcome the comparison trap by reading this blog.

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