Self-love is defined as “love of self” and “regard for one’s own well-being and happiness”. If we Google the synonyms for the term “self-love” we will get the words like “egoistic”, “selfish”, “egomaniacal”, “egotistical”, “arrogance”, “immodesty”, “narcism”?(!)? In my work with hundreds of women internationally as a life coach, I could see that women are
It happens to all of us. Hell, it happened to me yesterday when I sat down to write this newsletter to you, and I sat staring at a blank screen, stuck about what to write. Common advice to writers is to “write what you know”, and yesterday, it meant writing about being stuck. So here
“Grief wipes you out. I admire people who find a peace with loss or find a spiritual concept that helps long-term.
I am not one of those people. I question and struggle.
While I have moments of insight and universal connectivity, I have similar moments of despair and isolation.
I don’t have any special wisdom about death or grief healing, but I accept the ugliness of wrestling with constant grief.
I believe the key to a meaningful life is to be honest and accepting of who you are in the moment.
In those honest moments, a release of pain is possible.”
If you are anything like me, then you may know what extended periods of loss and grief are like and how continuing to live in that emotional realm of “my life is meant to suffer”, only breeds more apathy. It was during a time like this when I read a quote of something Oprah said,
Emotional triggers are a fantastic way to start reflecting and understanding ourselves. What triggers you? Why does it trigger you? and how can you begin to heal these triggers so that they no longer surface?