If you can’t acknowledge where you are, you won’t get to where you desire to go.
There comes a time when it no longer serves you to explore your fear and understand the cause, when you must stop asking “what’s the fear” and just take the leap. Your fear doesn’t matter.
There is no force in the human experience that does more for self-esteem, self-confidence, emotional and spiritual energy than feeling you have made PROGRESS.
What holds women back from gender parity is not the patriarchy, but other women. Instead of fighting the men, perhaps it’s time to take a page from their book.
We need to stop making “negative” emotions wrong, and instead learn how to embrace them to catalyze growth.
Change is inevitable. Growth is optional. Which do you want?
The other day, going through some notes in some old apps that I no longer use, I found this: I am grateful that I can recognize more often that sometimes the best thing for me to do for my mind and body is to allow myself to do nothing, and allowing myself to be ok […]