Do people see you for who you really are? Is the image you present on the outside also the image you have of yourself? And how can you get those two images to match?
How do we cope with fear of missing out? And what is it costing us? What’s the key to changing our habit of building escape routes into our lives?
Why do we vilify some groups and pretend all people in that group are bad? Why is it so hard to emphatise with our ‘enemies’?
How does wearing a mask impact communication and the connection between us? This is what one week of teaching taught me.
We strive for excellence in every single area of our lives: perfect meal plans, fantastic parenting skills, awesome social events. But what if we let some of that pressure go and just try for ‘good enough’?
Sometimes you feel as if life is asking too much from you. Just way more than you can give. You feel like you can’t do the things you already seem to be doing anyways. Why is that? And how can you cope?
When fear hits, it doens’t come alone. It brings a few friends with it that distract you from what you’re actually worried about. Want to find out who?
Having honest and true conversations about our sex lives with our partners is tricky. We feel so vulnerable it gets scary. These conversations, however, can also be incredibly liberating and make room for a more satisfying relationship in all areas.
I’ve always dreamt of being a writer, yet I’ve also always put that dream ‘on hold’ while other, more ‘urgent’ matters were handled first. Why did I do that? And what does Elizabeth Gilbert have to do with it?
What does it ‘feel’ like to have fear of commitment? What does a dismissive avoidant attachment style looks like? And what are the steps to healing this?