How I lost my sense of self-worth in the midst of a health crisis and learned to feel beautiful again. Learn how to feel beautiful again after a major surgery or life crisis.
This blog post was literally a direct result of a shower I took last week. Never know when lightning will strike, am I right?
As I was getting out of the shower, I realized…. That I felt so, so good.
It’s so SIMPLE.
We all have to shower multiple times each week (hopefully ;) ).
So, what happens when we actually enjoy this thing we’re doing anyway….?
There are 2 things come up time and again in my coaching practice - 2 things that hold my women back - 2 things that we’re not TAUGHT growing up.
But in my experience,the wisest women among us wake up to these 2 truths at some point in their adult years, and embody them.
Today I’m here to set the record straight and offer you these empowering and life changing truths.
You're about to learn a four step method to help turn any complaint into a opportunity for growth abundance. Isn't that cool?
Complaints are a super normal part of the human condition, but if they go uninspected and unobserved, they can bring you down, down, down, down, down.
I know my complaints can be a real source of heaviness. Once you get going, all of a sudden a negativity bias sets in - and things just get heavier and heavier.
Being with someone while they have a psychotic break can be terrifying.
Have you ever experienced this?
I thought I knew the rules of the game, this being human around and with other humans.
I thought there was a level of reality at which we all, more or less, meet.
I was wrong.
This happened to me recently. Suddenly the playing field was different than I thought. It was as though the rule of gravity was suddenly broken…
Last year I received a phone call from the hospital that nobody wants to get. I picked up, and a nurse identified herself and said, “Get a ride to the emergency room right away - you don’t have enough blood in your body right now and your heart might stop at any moment.”
Time slowed down. I was freaked out. I knew I had been bleeding severely from a fibroid (benign tumor) in my uterus, but I didn’t know until that moment that the amount of blood in my body had gotten dangerously low. I went to the emergency room…
Last week, I arrived on time to attend the Rep. Ro Khanna Town Hall in Fremont, but the room designated for the meeting, as well as the overflow room, was already filled to capacity.
Step 1: identify a possible need
I found myself in the third space, surrounded by people eager to share perspective and questions with the representative and with their community. There was a tangible sense of frustration as people murmured wondering about what was going on, were we going to be able to see the congressman, etc…
This guide is as much for me as it is for you. I was swirling in the enormity of ALL the problems, feeling completely stupefied. Taking these three steps helped me get back on my feet and into the right mind to be part of the worldwide community focusing on solutions.
Solutions are what we desperately need…