We don’t own our mistakes because we’re afraid they will make us look bad, stupid or pathetic. And so we go to great lengths to protect our image of perfection, oozing an air of strong powerful confidence. But while hiding our mistakes, covering them up, making excuses or pretending they didn’t happen, [...]
We believe that we need to be perfect to be happy. But that’s not true. We believe that we need to be perfect to be loved. But that’s not true. We believe that we need to be perfect to be worthy. But that’s not true. What if it were true that we just [...]
Loving ourselves is not shouting to ourselves that we should be better, smarter, bolder, funnier, more happy, more excited, more loving, more interesting, more beautiful, more successful. Loving ourselves is not shutting ourselves up when we wanna tell ourselves what we really want, our dreams, our hopes, our desires, our guilty pleasures, our joys, our fascination, our boundaries, our no’s, our dislikes. Loving [...]
This week’s post is a special one! For the very first time ever I’m having someone else over at the blog as I’m talking to Lori Deschene from Tiny Buddha. We’re talking Prince William, being vulnerable and the 1st humans that roamed the earth! Plus, we dive deep into the topic of (not) loving ourselves [...]
Something went wrong. Things are not what you expected them to be. And then you keep repeating to yourself how wrong things went. And how things are not what you expected them to be. 5742 times. 24/7. And then some. But the thing is, repeating to yourself how wrong things went, [...]
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