People Pleasing is a behavior often learned in childhood as a self-preservation technique. It becomes a way of getting our needs met by receiving recognition or attention for being “the good girl or boy,” the “helpful one,” the “easy-going one,” the “kind and generous one,” the “selfless one,” the “thoughtful one,” the “high achiever,” the […]
If you listen to the radio and flip through the stations, you’ll start to notice a pattern in the lyrics of the songs. Similarly, if you were to read any number of romance novels or watch movies that involve a love story, you will also potentially notice the same pattern. Daily, we consume media riddled […]
Are you struggling in your relationship? How do you heal your relationship or change the trajectory you’re on? You start by doing the work on yourself FIRST. You start by doing the healing you need to do so you can reconnect back to yourself. Then you can make a decision about your relationship from a healed place instead of from a hurt place. You can choose what you want and what you don’t, from a place of wholeness instead of a place of lack. You can make a decision from love as opposed to fear! As you grow, evolve and change, your partner will also begin to heal and grow.
Imagine at birth, you were given all of the pieces of a puzzle that you needed to become the best version of you. Imagine then throughout your life, that you learned to hide some of the pieces because you didn’t think they would help you fit in. Perhaps you took pieces from others that you believed would help […]
If you had asked me several years ago if I identified more with the good girl or the rebel, I likely would have said the good girl, hands down (with a few exceptions). My need to “be the good girl” came from 1) a deep desire to avoid conflict at all costs (because it made […]
Have you ever stopped in the middle of what you were doing, looked around and thought to yourself, “There has to got to be more to life than this!” If so, you’re not alone! We’ve all been there. We pick our heads up for a second and realize that we aren’t where we thought we […]