This is the mantra of shame researcher Brené Brown. What is the difference between getting it right and being right, and what does it have to do with shame? Continue reading Here to GET it right, not BE right
All humans start life as helpless children, and not all grow up to be independent adults. Stepping into adulthood requires embracing risk. Continue reading Have you grown into independence?
At the start, both parties are looking for compatibility. But are you seeing the other person really for who they are, or who you want them to be? Continue reading 10 signs that you’re ignoring red flags!
We all know that our internal dialogue defines our self-image. But how are we harming ourselves all the while thinking we are doing good? Continue reading Self-image and unachieved dreams
It’s strange how one person’s dislike for us can invade our mind. We can even become obsessed with the supposed hate we feel from someone else. Continue reading They don’t really hate YOU!
Self-care has become synonymous for personal downtime and treating ourselves unhealthily. The true meaning of self-care has evaded us. Continue reading Self-care is often a very unbeautiful thing – Brianna Wiest
How come I managed to completely jump to conclusions THREE TIMES this week, each tragic and comical time resulting in me crying and waves of sadness? Continue reading Breaking my own heart by expecting the worst
I had registered the yelling of the cats long before I actually woke up. An incessant, high-pitched sound of three cats, all gathered on my balcony. Continue reading Chronic guilt and the fox in the morning
Last night I had a scary experience with my rat Brain. Thankfully everything was fine in the morning, but I couldn’t help feeling: Shouldn’t I be happier? Continue reading How you process relief says a lot about you
Surely we are suffering because something wrong happened to us that was completely unique, unfair and unavoidable. Or is it? Continue reading The illusion of being uniquely broken