“What is now proved, was only once imagined.” William Blake
I’m in a coaching session with my new client Eve. She tells me about how she used to be so brave in her life, traveling to different parts of the world, running a marathon, even learning to fly an airplane(!).
She’s wondering how she got to this place where she feels genuinely lost after spending the last 12 years in marriage that never felt good from the start.
She’s wondering how she became so disconnected from herself.
And she’s been wondering what happened to that brave woman…and she ...continue reading...
“Our key to transforming anything lies in our ability to reframe it.” Marianne Williamson
I had surgery on my foot approximately 2 weeks ago. I have been on crutches since that time and still have several more weeks to go. This was a surprise to me because I figured I would be “down” a few days to possibly one week max.
Upon hearing this news, it was hard for me to not get discouraged. Being on crutches makes even the simplest of activities a struggle and this was definitely slowing me down. I’m spending most of my days on ...continue reading...
“I spent a lot of years trying to outrun or outsmart vulnerability by making things certain or definite, black and white, good and bad. My inability to lean into the discomfort of vulnerability limited the fullness of those important experiences that are wrought with uncertainty: love, belonging, trust, joy and creativity to name a few.” ~Brené Brown
If there’s one thing that’s certain in life, it’s that change happens. People will change, relationships will change, jobs will change, our health will change and in many ways, we ourselves are constantly changing. Many times, change brings with it a state ...continue reading...