Tony Robbins Mic Drop Part II - "Which parent did you crave love from the most" and, "who did you have to be in order to get that person's attention." Check out today's post to find out my answer to this Q & how it relates to anxiety.
I am drowning, drowning, drowning in other people's opinions on how I should be living my life and never realized how much I was holding on to other's opinions or how it was affecting me until recently, like two days ago...
Give yourself permission to grieve the loss you feel. You don't need permission from anyone (besides yourself) to grieve. Do you look for permission to feel sadness? Maybe you don't even know you're doing it. I didn't, until this past Friday.
Kinda feels like I asked you about String Theory, right? It's a vague question with no real answer because the truth to this question is different for each person reading this sentence. So how do you even begin to answer it?
"Everything will be okay," and, "It could've been worse," are two of the most deaf-toned responses to someone who has suffered a loss, survived a traumatic experience, or in the midst of a difficult time. What these two phrases do is actually dismiss any of the emotions the person suffering are experiencing. About three weeks ago … Continue reading Everything Will Be Okay, It Could’ve Been Worse
Another episode of Someone Like You is ready for download. This week we meet a young man who has been to hell and back.
I got weepy during Cyndi Lauper's True Colors. It had something to do with familiarity, happiness and warmth. So I blogged my conclusion, check it out and let me know if you relate. I could use some solidarity.
I'm not kidding girl, routine can make me neurotic if I'm not careful and I'll tell you why in a minute. But first, can I get a high five for realizing this about myself? It's like a huge exhale. Who knew it was so important to be curious, especially when it comes to yourself. Over … Continue reading Girl, Routine Can Make Me Neurotic If I’m Not Careful
Have you ever heard of the word Pharisee? I hadn’t until a coworker of mine used it as an analogy to describe someone they knew. My coworker explained the Pharisees were similar to people who know it all and make you feel guilty for not following their lead. Next came Google. Nine articles, a few passages, and one rabbit hole later, I came to this conclusion of who the Pharisees were in a nutshell.
This past weekend was interesting. I had a few conversations with different people about vastly varying topics that all came together (somehow) on one of the drives home. Ya know, during the debrief conversation with the Hubs after an all-day social outing. Everyone does that, right? These conversations can be either enlightening or argument inducing, … Continue reading Judge, Jury, and Executioner – Guilty As Charged