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“if you do not own your story, it will own you”

I keep reading and rereading the beautiful words that come from this blog. I keep saying it over and over- if you do not own your story, it will own you.  Your story is being told either way.  It is … Continue reading

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Thoughts on shame and fear

Shame. One of the most primitive human emotions. Devastating. The feeling that you’re never good enough, and how dare you, and what gives you the right. Getting humiliated and shamed at work is terrible; shaming ourselves is a learned behavior. … Continue reading

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Developing awareness is frustrating!

It is. Because I am aware of how I am scrambling inside, scurrying around busy bee to avoid avoid avoid emotions. How I think I am avoiding anger and under the anger has got to be sadness; at this point … Continue reading

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Flailing thoughts

The fear of the thing is worse than the thing itself. Avoidance makes the anxiety worse. It’s scary, but do the thing. Find your Self. Be in Self. Panic and anxiety make it hard to be in Self, but you … Continue reading

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The bigger they come, the harder they fall

It’s interesting to me how, once we begin to develop awareness of ourselves and our bodies, we can learn so much from any given experience. I woke up on Monday excited about “being an adult” and going to my (not … Continue reading

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The days

The magic in a day is that I just never know how a day is  going to go when I wake up. Some days I wake up grounded, solid, confident- and who-knows-what-happens either at work or with friends or in … Continue reading

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