5 Reality Checks for Empaths & Sensitive People I have spent most of my life feeling overwhelmed by the energies and emotions around me. Even when those energies or experiences didn’t have anything to do with me, I would take them on as if they were my own. Feeling bad for others became my job. […]
I have this thing about life lessons. I think about them all the time! You may have noticed that theme throughout this blog. Earlier this year, I reflected on the lessons I learned on the back of a motorcycle. Last year, I discussed the lessons learned as an empath. This being human thing is difficult.
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” – Meister Eckhart This is one of my favorite gratitude quotes. I have always been a very grateful person. I truly believe that gratitude is one of my greatest sources of joy, perspective, and acceptance. Throughout my life,
There’s a very important difference between being intimidating and someone being intimidated by you. Let’s discuss… According to Dictionary.com, intimidating is an adjective meaning: “intended to frighten someone or to force or stop someone’s action through fear causing timidity, hesitancy, or anxiety, especially because of difficulty or risk; daunting: causing someone to feel overawed or
When I released my book, “Online Dating for Sensitive Women,” my primary goal was to support my fellow sisters as they embarked on the wild world of online dating. To that end, I shared six of the basic principles that I felt were important to remember while online. The truth is, however, whether you begin