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Femininity can create mixed feelings in many of us. Do we play it up? Do we hide it? Maybe we just allow ourselves to be confused. This is a peek into my thoughts on how I made the decision to never fear my femininity again.
We all have a path we walk and a story to tell. Sometimes the stories are told at just the right time. I believe the time for me to share this is NOW. This only part of the full story. I hope this helps you in some way.
We all judge each other, whether we speak it aloud or not. Maybe we need to look at each other with compassion. We never fully understand what it’s like to walk in another’s shoes.
We spend so much time in our heads and in fear, that we have forgotten to take care of the little girl inside. She needs your protection. She wants to grow with you. It's time to parent. Parent ourselves.
When we let the irrational fear get the best of us. I call it the "fear spiral."
Despite the frustration and the pain, this body is the only one I have. I can choose to embrace the lessons or be angry. I choose to love.
I used to think I was brave, but really, I was just hungry for attention. I've learned that in order to Love ME More, I need to be right with who I am, what MY needs are, and chase my dreams despite being told it is “not responsible” or “not a good use of my time.” I want to feel audacious, not to please or "fix" others, but to open my heart and inspire.
You have the choice to open or close your heart. Every circumstance provides you an opportunity to do one or the other. Which would you choose?
When you aren't sure which way to think, you can fall back on the question: How do I Love ME More?
What helps? Having a manifesto.
There is power in numbers. There is MAGIC in a group of women. Oh, and Tequila helps too!
What do you think of when you hear "Sex Addict?" Sexuality & Intimacy Coach, Sophia Treyger shares with us her story of sexual addiction.
Are you living for everyone else? Are you dressing yourself according to others' expectations?
It's time to wear the Dress of Truth.
The power of that vulnerability is beyond anything you can imagine. When you reach that space of contentment and gratitude, you can be who you were created to be.
Why can't we just accept the good for what it is? Do we perpetuate a pattern of negativity with our minds? Are you always waiting for "the other shoe to drop?"
How you feel about your physical body can change your emotional game. How one woman changed the loathe into love.
The selfie. How does that selfie define YOU? How do you move the camera, shift your pose, or perfect the angle to show yourself in an "acceptable" fashion? Amy Hardesty has an "A-HA" moment that transforms her ideals of body image.