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 blog post is part of a 3-part series curating some of the most popular blog posts as well as some of my personal favorites. They broadly cover 3 themes: the myth of perfection, our people-pleasing reflex and those nagging failure worries. This week is all about our people-pleasing reflex… Enjoy! What will they […]
It’s not because she frowned at what you said, that you’re silly. It’s not because he didn’t like your idea, that you’re stupid. It’s not because they are not interested in the things you are, that you are boring. It just means that she has got a different point of view. It just […]
What will they think? That’s often our first question. What will they think? Our friends. Our Mom. And Dad. Our family. Our neighbors. Our kids. And the kids’ friends’ parents. Our hairdresser. Our Facebook friends. Our colleagues. And peers. Our 6th grade teacher. Our cat. And dog. But what do we think? […]
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