Do You Trust Yourself?

The idea that you can only love another person until you love yourself is expressed frequently. And while loving yourself is truly valuable, the language used around it is often limiting. The fact of the matter is that self-love is not an easy deed. A person may even wonder, what is self-love? What does it... Continue Reading →

Body Acceptance and Neutrality

Eating food is an experience most individuals collectively share in each day. For many, eating is part of a routine and something they need to survive. For some, it is an enjoyable part of work, school, or home life. Food can be a source of tradition, comfort, joy, and socialization. However, for many individuals (of... Continue Reading →

Making Space for Possibilities

Many of us are hyper-focused on what others think. It often dictates how we behave, how we respond, and how we feel. With all this focus on external factors, are you making room for the possibility that people are not judging, critiquing, or thinking about you as much as you think they are? Are you... Continue Reading →

People-Pleasing & Boundaries

As humans, many of us want to help others. If you are being honest with yourself, it not only makes the other person feel good, but it also probably makes you feel good. Helping and caring for others is completely essential- it brings light and love into the world. However, when someone constantly prioritizes the... Continue Reading →

Reminders

Life gets busy, we get so caught up, we forget things and we all need reminders at some point. Let this blog be a reminder. Let’s stop what you are doing, what you are thinking, and all the negative talk. You can take a few minutes to read this and keep remembering. You are enoughYou... Continue Reading →

Just Say Thank You

Have you ever noticed the difference between accepting a compliment versus giving one? Typically, when we give compliments to others, we mean them. However, when we receive a compliment, we are quick to minimize it or quick to question whether the praise is valid. For example, we might provide a backstory or mention that we... Continue Reading →

Moving On Takes Time

When we lose what we are used to, our mind focuses on the act of loss which causes us to overthink the situations at times. Sometimes it's hard to remove someone from our mind, someone who we used to talk to everyday and one day we just don't talk. Then, we go through a phase... Continue Reading →

Self-Compassion

Everyone deserves to be a lot nicer to themselves compared to the way they already are. We are our own worst critics. Especially now during these tough times, it should come as a guarantee to give ourselves some self-compassion, but this may be easier said than done for many. Did you know that human beings... Continue Reading →

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