Are You Emotionally Well?

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Are You Emotionally Well?

Thoughts, beliefs and emotional patterns you developed to survive in your past, may have created blocks to your living a connected and happy life today. Continuing to obey what others said you should do when you were a child, can disconnect you from knowing how you feel and what you want. Avoiding conflict may have […]

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What’s the Rush?

When we rush from one thing to another, it can feel like the goodness of life drifts out of reach. Surges of feelings and emotions can be overwhelming, or even consuming, as we react to life and all that it offers. Recently, I heard the word “pause.” Hmmmm. Pause. When you pause, it is an […]

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Love me, now, please.

I often see people who are crushed when someone else does not value or respect them for who they are, or for what they have or have not done. Thinking that you don’t have any value unless someone else validates you is painful, as it equates to giving your power away to others.  Reflecting on […]

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What No One Tells You About Being An Adult

It is common to get bogged down by the seemingly endless responsibilities in life and feel consumed by just getting through each day. We can get caught up in dealing with the day-to-day grind of supporting children and aging parents, work, social media, keeping yourself and others in your life healthy, dealing with stuck emotions […]

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Want to Lose Emotional Weight? Do This!

Feelings are often mistaken as something to be judged as “good” or “bad.” This misunderstanding can keep you held in painful cycles of feeling disappointed, lonely, angry and hurt. When you experience life-crushing circumstances or disappointments that bring you to the edge of despair, you are being shown the EXACT thought patterns and stored trauma […]

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3 Secrets to Releasing Fear

When you procrastinate, when you avoid, when you just won’t face what’s right in front of you, and do what you need to do, you are experiencing resistance. Resistance is caused by fear; resistance is another way to say: “I am afraid”, or “I feel insecure”, or “I don’t feel safe because this is new […]

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