In yesterday’s post I outlined 6 areas in which we can find self-abandonment. Today we are going to delve deeper into emotional self-abandonment. We tend to abandon ourselves emotionally as a way of coping with or avoiding coping with difficult feelings, such as loneliness, heartbreak, helplessness... We judge ourselves rather than accept ourselves. Did you … Continue reading #SELFLOVEFEB DAY 2: SELF-ACCEPTANCE
A friend and I used to love marvelling at the fact that the most brilliant people are seldom the most successful. The smartest person in the room, the most talented, often works for someone else who is less gifted than them. The most brilliant person, is often partly hidden behind someone else who doesn't shine so … Continue reading #BEINGawesome
One of the root causes of the varied challenges, which compel clients to contact me is low self-esteem. Although people really say to me "I have low self-esteem" often it manifests as challenges in relationships (romantic, platonic or professional), as a dead-end career, weight problems, paralyzing procrastination, equally paralyzing perfectionism, fear of failure, fear of … Continue reading How Far Can You Go?