What is a love language? What are the 5 types? Why should I learn about this? What can I do with the knowledge? These and lots more questions are answered in this post on the 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman!
What does it mean to be really there with someone? What gets in the way when we try to listen to another person? I’m grateful for the many chances I get to learn how to listen better.
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?
Some people you meet for the first time feel like old friends from the start. They are a true gift and should be cherished as such.
Are you aware of what you expect from a situation? Or from other people? Or from yourself? Are you brave enough to tell others what your expectations are, and what happens when you don’t?
What does it mean to be a woman? Where does your femininity lie and how can we nurture it as women together? I feel like I’m just starting out on this new journey, and I am excited to discover what lies on the other side.
Written by: Jorinde BerbenImage credit: pxfuel.com Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. Mahatma Gandhi I’m very fortunate to have true friends. Friends who tell you the truth, even if (they think) you won’t want to hear it, or it makes them uncomfortable saying it.There are also friends who read my blog, andContinue reading “The Beliefs That Shape Our Lives”
What does it mean to grow up with white privilige? To live with it every day? To pass it on to your children? And how do you know you benefit from it, whether you want to or not?
Why is it so hard to show yourself, as you truly are? What does that fear of vulnerability lead to in your life? And is it possible to move beyond it?
With these words a friend I felt quite close to stepped out of my life. There were painful things that had happened on both sides leading up to this moment, but until then I had felt there was somehow a way back. After the e-mail that ended with the words above, it was clear thatContinue reading ““Stop being the nice girl, be real!””