Self-worth is so much more than confidence. When you have high self-worth, you fully release the expectations that your life needs to look perfect. Because you know that your external circumstances aren’t what make you ‘enough.’ Embracing your self-worth means letting go of internalized shame, because you realize that having flaws doesn’t make you unworthy.Continue reading “What is self-worth?”
BIPOC Cut Off Family too, Manifesting isn’t just for White Girls, & Expecting Life to be Messy To celebrate my birthday I created a podcast episode of multiple lessons that I’ve learned over the last year! These lessons will show you how unworthiness still creeps into every area of our lives – and how toContinue reading “New Podcast Episode!”
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Welcome back to a new podcast episode! In this episode, I’m interviewing Nandhini (she/her/hers) @maya_collective, a coach, breathwork facilitator, akashic records reader, and one of my very dear friends, on the topic of inner child healing! In our conversation, we break down what inner child healing really is and how to know if you needContinue reading “Inner Child Healing: New Podcast Episode”
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.
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”
Being able to trust yourself is a struggle for all of us. Most of the time, we are taught to do the opposite of our first reaction – waiting three extra days to text that person you actually kind of like, or second-guessing your career choice, or putting your passions away for something more practical.
In a culture and world where we, as women, are constantly told what to do and how to do it, it’s so vital to develop a relationship with your self and to decide who you truly want to be in this world.
We can lose days, hours of sleep, and precious energy mulling over the issues and choosing not to forgive ourselves. Or we can cultivate our self-compassion practice so that when we do feel let down or make a mistake, we can be patient with ourselves, learn from our mistakes, and give ourselves the space to grow.
Is it possible for Communities of Color to balance their cultural history without normalizing suffering?