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10 Lessons I’ve Learned about Healing

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“Healing doesn’t mean the damage existed, it means the damage no longer controls our life.” ~Akshay Dubey As I continue to embark on a journey of healing, I am left with a few important lessons I have learned along the same. Sometimes the hard way, but they all lead to understand that healing is a Read more

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Healing Is Not Linear

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The holidays and winter season are a time when a lot can come up inside of us. Grief, depression, anxiety, missing loved one’s, going through a major life transition, the winter blues–it’s all there. When I feel I am going backwards in my healing I remind myself of this important phrase: healing is not a Read more

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Falling In Love With Yourself

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“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.”~Buddha Falling in love with yourself is a beautiful concept, but it has been lost. We are told to seek love outside of ourselves rather than be with the beauty of unconditional love inside ourself. When we learn to love yourself everything Read more

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Becoming Your Own Best Friend & Lover

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When I am at trainings and/or speaking in front of an audience I always bring up how I write love letters to myself. To some this sounds corny and unnecessary, and to be honest, I felt that way in the beginning-until I start to receive my hand written love letters. What I discovered through the Read more

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Finding Compassion For Your Suicidal Thoughts

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Suicidal thoughts have been one of my biggest teachers in life and my suicidal thoughts saved also saved my life. It was when I began to develop a sense of compassion towards them that I began to reclaim my life. When we first have a suicidal thought we label, judge, blame and shame it. This is Read more

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A Whole Hearted Love Note To You

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In honor of ‪#‎30daysofvulnerability‬ I write this post straight from my vulnerable heart. Look at this woman. She has been fighting for her own self love for her entire life. This one is for all survivors of sexual trauma, abuse, and neglect. We are all affected by sexual violence and we all suffer psychologically, economically, Read more

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Dancing With Fear & Anxiety

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For years I ran away from my anxious feelings, but my anxious thoughts never ran from me they only continued to consume my mind. The more fear I felt rush through my body like a lighting bolt, the more my mind went crazy. I wanted to stop it, control it, tell it to go away. Read more

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I Hold My Spacefeatured

“Only you can change; when you change, the world changes, because you look at it with different eyes.” ~Osho I recently had a conversation with a friend that has greatly impacted me and how I identity with what I “do.” Shifting my mindset from a human doing to a human being. After 3 hours, over Read more

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We Must Let Go Of Control To Gain Balance

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Too often we cling to the concept of control because we assume it’s the best thing to do. I tried to control my body and emotions through eating disorders, cutting, suicidal thoughts, anti depressants, anxiety, medication and self-hatred. There were times I didn’t want to live. My body was eating itself away. I was emotional Read more

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Depression & Anxiety: An Opportunity to Lovefeatured

Anxiety and depression are a natural and normal experiences that every person will go through at some point in their life. In the western culture we label anxiety and depression and other emotional reactions as “disorders” rather than looking at them as natural reactions to our body telling us to simply love ourself. For years Read more

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