As a millennial that matured during the age of Google, Amazon Prime, Instagram & Tinder, I get why we want everything and we want it now. We grew up in between watching iced out moguls on TV and instantly
Whether or not I believed it was true, this feedback was amazingly beneficial in developing who I want to be.
What does it mean to BE? To be you. To be lovable. To be unembarrassed. To be sensitive. To be loyal. To be free. To be your truth. To lose the need to be anything except the true you. To
every conversation I have had lately has somehow entailed or come full circle to highlight the absence of communication in our relationships. although this emphasis for communication is put heavily on romantic relationships, I have realized that the disparity starts
it is the area where we want to be outwardly sad, soft, weak, hurt and equally LOVED, APPRECIATED & SUPPORTED. it is that safe space, where we can voice where we are struggling and seek support with absolutely NO JUDGEMENT.
It was November 2018 when I came to understand that there is a difference between making a decision and choosing. I had never thought about it deeply enough to warrant the discovery of a difference. Until I did.
Although we don't consciously realize it, we are constantly operating based on what our parent's beliefs or ideals are, and in turn, make them our own without ever establishing what is TRUE for us.
my confidence has to be in integrity - meaning that I have to accept 100% of myself...
As "strong" as I felt in that position, I was actually costing myself the amazing feeling of aliveness by being inauthentic. I was taking away from others the chance to feel needed (in my vulnerability), therefore robbing myself of fulfilling, loving and expressive relationships.
I’ve turned into the biggest crybaby over the past 2 months due to my spiritual growth and more importantly due to the clarity I have gained in my purpose here on earth. I literally cry daily when feelings of