We have disdain for denial, but it’s a necessary part of the process of tapping into post-traumatic growth.Read More
It’s foolish to think we’re not all connected through the earth in a space that exists beyond time.Read More
Thinking that a boundary means withholding your love and putting up a protective barrier is a fallacy. You can't take away love from someone else.Read More
When we see our partners or potential suitors as projects, we create the very thing we’re trying to prevent, and repel the thing we want the most in partnership.Read More
My heart broke into a million pieces knowing I had hurt him while trying to protect myself. In that moment I knew I only had one choice: tell him what I was so afraid of.Read More
I had, in my early childhood development, conflated angst and fear with love. And so I was hyper vigilant in my connections with people whom I got close with, and it would literally drive me crazy.Read More
I wish I could tell you I was exaggerating. I wish I could tell you the spiritual life is as sparkly and magic and pain-free as the internet makes it look. This is truly what it's like when you're living your own path and no one else's.Read More
Whether we're aware of it or not, most of us have been gaslit. What is it, how does it impact you and your ability to trust others, and how do you heal from it?Read More
The brain does not hold memory like a computer.Read More
Boundaries exist at a deeply intuitive level. They are often not voiced. They exist so deeply and so intuitively that other people instinctively follow them.Read More
We're tempted to change everything in our lives to live in complete avoidance of human intimacy to compensate for an overwhelming lack of trust. But instead we could just choose to trust our gut.Read More
Sometimes you have no idea why you're called to a place. It may make zero sense. And in those cases, our work is not to scrutinize and make sense of things.
Our work is to surrender, say yes, and go.Read More
True healing does not involve changing the event, avoiding the perpetrator (though this could still be a necessary, albeit unrelated, step), or understanding what happened in the past better.
It involves becoming conscious of the belief about oneself that was birthed when the event happened, observing where it is still active in the present moment, and dismantling that belief.Read More