Authenticity Takes Practice
Self-discovery and growth is a worthwhile life-long process.
When we do this internal work, with fierce self-compassion, we peel the layers we’ve created to protect ourselves from harm and reconnect to our most authentic selves.
Self-Reflection is Essential
Whether makeup sex is healthy or not requires us to self-reflect on the surrounding circumstances.
Ask yourself these questions:
Unrealistic Expectations & Obstacles
There are so many unrealistic expectations about the dating process that lead to increasing frustration and unnecessary obstacles.
Being Kind Spreads Love
Being kind means treating ourselves and others with a generosity of spirit and warmth.
When we care deeply we spread love in the world.
Misconceptions about Relationships
There are so many misconceptions about healthy long term relationships.
Your relationship may not look like a Hollywood romance but still float your boat.
Who Am I?
That part of us that we call “self” is our ego.
Our ‘ego’ is that part that makes conscious adult decisions, and essentially mediates between the more impulsive child-like part of ourselves (id) and the moralistic parent-like part (superego).
Britney Spears gave a heartbreaking testimony this week about the abuse and trauma she’s experienced from her multi-year conservatorship.
Body Awareness is Freeing
Returning to your body is the ultimate resource for finding freedom within.
When you’re activated, coming back to your body is a way of grounding yourself.
Recognition of Juneteenth is Progress Forward
I'm thrilled that Juneteenth will now be honored as an official US holiday!
While there is so much more to be done in the fight for social and racial justice, this is one positive and significant step moving forward.
Diversity within Diverse Communities
Let's celebrate the diversity of sexual and gender minorities within the LGBTQIA+ community. Flags have been used to demonstrate just this.
Gender Pronouns Aren’t “Preferred”
Gender pronouns aren’t “preferred” they’re a statement of fact.
Instead of asking, “What are your preferred pronouns?” you can simply ask: