Fear of Satan - a.k.a. the devil in red is nothing to fear ... really! Did you go to church as a child? If so, you’ll get this. I’m a cradle Catholic who is grateful for the years I spent with the Church. My wonderful parents gave me a tangible way to connect with and nurture my spiritual side. But you know what they say … God has no grandchildren. We each need to find our own way to connect [...]
Do you feel a little weird or afflicted lately? Is life beginning to feel as if you are constantly trying to stuff a round peg in to a square hole?
Most of us walk around simply existing…happily defined by our labels; manager, parent, spouse, portfolio owner, weekend athlete. But what happens when the surface meaning gets stripped away?
Perhaps this journal entry will help you see you are not alone in these crazy times. Many others feel just like you do. Feel free to use this journal template as you wish. Add, subtract, delete, embellish, rant….turn it in to your masterpiece, and use it as a way-post to express yourself-to-yourself in a safe and honest way.
The above question was asked by a lady from New York during my radio show yesterday. We all struggle with questions in life where our decision making abilities are put to the test. We are asked to decide between the blue pill or the red pill?
Women are incredibly resourceful and we come up with ingenious ways to juggle work, kids, house, love, friends and our own down time. Use this organizational tool to help you juggle like a pro :)
When it feels as if the world is no longer on our side, we are more willing to jump in to the unknown. If frustration is your close companion and it feels like the world is no longer on your side, have faith! Trust the jump will land you in the best possible place for you.
As we become better at loving the self, we may begin to question the choices we made in relationships. Did society, parents, pregnancy, dogma or other outside forces influence our relationship choices? Are we still happy with our choices? These questions can cause friction in the self and in those we are in relationship with.
Most of us dream of a life of "happily ever after"; but isn't that like a blank canvas? Devoid of depth, character and meaning. Love and life need the black lines.
The path laid out for you by others, no longer leads where you want to go.