Today’s episode is extra special because a listener DM’d me a question about how to heal your self-worth after getting out of a (not so great) relationship, and it gave me a chance to get a little more specific than other episodes.
Logically, you’d think that if something was making him bark, he’d want to avoid it. But just him, you may tend to look for exactly what you *don’t* want in new situations as a way to confirm your fears as valid in the first place.
If you’re a fellow South-Asian womxn and you’re ready to leave expectations behind and start living life on your own terms – Not Your Beti is for you.
I turned to my good friend Inés @_ineskelly_ to break down the basics of the lunar cycle and what it means for us on a spiritual and physical level.
If you enjoyed my podcast on tarot with Samara last week, you’re going to love my Instagram Live with them. They interviewed me about my self-worth journey and how I became a self-worth coach, how internalizing racism can deeply affect our sense of self-worth as BIPOC, and how to navigate systematic oppression as a spiritualContinue reading “A Life Coach & A Tarot Reader Discuss Self-Worth, Structural Oppression, & Spiritual Bypassing”
How you can use tarot as a tool for activism and ancestral guidance.
Rejection is one of the hardest things that we deal with in life. Especially when we get rejected for job offers or by someone we’re interested in, it feels like everything we want and need in life is out of our control. The reason that rejection can be so hard is because you place yourContinue reading “Handling Rejection in your Career & Dating Life”
Just five years ago, my favorite things were parties, day drinking in the sun, and dancing away the night. There was nothing better than not knowing where my next adventure would take me as long as my besties were by my side. But what I didn’t love was constantly waking up hungover, pushing myself toContinue reading “From Party Girl to Personal Growth Coach”
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I was talking to my cousin about relationships and she brought up such an interesting point – that relationships often expose our biggest insecurities. It takes vulnerability to be in a healthy relationship. We have to admit when we’re wrong, put our needs aside from time to time, and worst of all – share theContinue reading “Desperate to Confident: Self-Worth in Relationships”