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Stop playing the victim

  Are you a “victim,” or are you taking responsibility for your life? 🧐  I’m not talking about those who are or have been a victim of some kind of trauma. ❤️‍🩹  But there’s a big difference between being a victim and being a survivor and someone who likes the drama of playing the victim.  So many of us THINK we’re taking responsibility for our own live’s when we aren’t really.  The “victim” mentality is very subtle and it takes…

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We are all broken

  I love this quote by Ernest Hemingway; “We are all broken. That’s how the light gets in.” Reminds me of a blog I wrote on kintsukuroi, a Japanese technique where they take broken items and piece them back together with gold, the idea being that we are more beautiful for having been broken. ❤️‍🩹  The most amazing people I’ve ever met are those who truly know what it is to feel broken, and to learn, heal and grow in…

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Victim to victory to visionary

  Join me + my friend Tracey Lee Cook as Tracey shares her powerful story + valuable insight. Tracey overcame growing up in domestic violence, sexual abuse + nearly losing her baby at 8 months pregnant due to domestic violence. From a hospital bed at age 38 she read her first ever book by Tony Robbins + in that moment decided to change her life. Learn how to wear your story like a superhero cape instead of an anchor! I…

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Don’t take anything personally

    We tend to think the way other people treat us is to do with us personally.   Most of the time, that’s not true. ☺️   Most of the time what people say is actually nothing to do with you.   It’s a projection of their own reality, the way they see life is through their own tinted kinda glasses. 🤓    Glasses framed by their past life experiences, their belief system, their traumas + triggers.    The…

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How I survived leaving toxic relationships ☠️

    Most of us in life experience at least one relationship that becomes toxic for us.    I’ve had my share of long term relationships that were abusive and codependent where I ended up as a shell of who I was. 😶‍🌫️   Leaving is hard because you’ve lost all confidence in who you are as a person.   Toxic people show traits of narcissism and borderline personality disorder among other things; they have attachment issues from childhood which…

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7 Steps to reclaim your power

  1. Avoid blaming someone or something else for your negative feelings. Nothing and nobody has the power to control how you think and feel unless you let it.   2. Don’t blame yourself for not being in control. You’re doing the best you can.   3. Be aware of when you’re playing the victim role. Learn the clues that tell you when you’re not being responsible for what you’re being/doing/having/feeling.   4. Get to know your biggest energy –…

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