For years I was a "yes" person, saying yes to others without hesitation. And I often felt angry and resentful. Until a friend taught me an important lesson: I had the right to change my mind.
I’m in that in-between place. The one I call “limbo-land.” It was time to leave some things behind. And while I feel excited about the future. I have no clear vision yet.
As a mother, it makes me very happy knowing I’ve helped to equip my son with such an important life skill. One that personally took me years to learn.
Earlier this month I was feeling quite lost. Unsure of where I was headed. And what I wanted. What I really, really wanted in life. And that was causing me a lot of anxiety. As facing the unknown often does. I was used to hearing the voice of my intuition. To knowing what felt right, and … Continue reading Reconnecting with my intuition
I once heard grief is like a thumbprint. That no two are alike. Now, more than ever, I really get that. Grief is different for everyone. After losing my mother a few months ago, I began my own roller coaster ride of grief. Sometimes I felt terribly sad. That she, my one and only mother, … Continue reading You gotta feel to heal