Letting go creates space for new people, opportunities and energy to come into your life.
Is love a noun or a verb?
“We may know what a healthy relationship may look like, but most people have no idea how to get one. And no one teaches us how to do so.” Joanne Davila states in… Continue reading
How we relate to our friends is, in someways, the groundwork for how we relate to our romantic partners. How we treat ourselves speaks to how we allow others to treat us. I’m… Continue reading
Happy Monday! It’s Valentine’s Day eve. Socially Valentines Day has focused more on romantic love versus’ other forms of love that are sometimes present in our daily lives. Romantic love is fantastic, but… Continue reading
I don’t feel like I am in spaces where I can speak freely both at work and in aspects of my personal life. I’ve been treading lightly a lot lately. I’ve been walking… Continue reading
Home get’s better and better with each visit. I visited my childhood home for the holidays as I do each year. When I first moved to Los Angeles, each time I visited home, I… Continue reading
“Stephanie…” my friend, the novelist, got my attention as we sat at a large group dinner. He paused and searched for what he wanted to say. “You’re …” I waited for him to speak.… Continue reading
I wrapped a movie last week, I started a new movie this week, I’ve been working with a non-profit for the past few Saturdays and I am taking classes in my limited down… Continue reading
Create a space to invite possibility into your life.
We are capable of loving “unloveable” parts of ourselves all on our own.
Happy Wednesday! This summer I started reading a book called Eastern Body, Western Mind. The book details psychological human development with the chakra system. It is one of my all time favorite books. I had… Continue reading
What you seek might already be within you.