I promise myself, as hard as it will be not to want to embrace the next imperfect being and love them — I will love myself more.
Although you don’t know who these women are and they may be faceless to you: remember they exist. They are here in our community where you least expect them. They are successful, they are pretty, they are athletic, they are smart, they are EVERYWHERE and they wear masks.
So often we impulsively or reactively jolt ourselves through transitions out of avoidance of dealing with the residual effects on others. What we fail to recognize when doing so is that we are actually imprinting the echo deeper rather than massaging it with healing hands.
There’s no happy ending in waiting for some magic love story to bring passion, joy and belonging to your life. Learn to love your being today and every day.
Suicide was the third leading cause of children between the ages of 10 and 19 years in 2015, resulting in approximately 67,000 deaths. Let that sink in for a moment. 67,000 children globally in one year ended their own lives. How could that happen?
How many of you are afraid of asking questions, giving feedback, disagreeing, or offering up your own ideas at work? Or do you worry about making mistakes, saying the wrong… Read more Psychological Safety at Work →
There is no sense in maintaining injustice & inequality when what we mean is the variance between observed subjects. Or rather, let’s not breed contempt for our differences, but celebrate & synergize them as complimentary. Nor must our similarities catalyze competition & conflict.
I am reclaiming my place as a force to be reckoned with because I know the alternative won’t get me where my path potentially leads.