I just wanted to check in and see what you’ve learned about yourself since the last post on identifying your authentic truth versus brutal honesty. Feel free to share any discoveries you’ve made or awareness that’s come to your consciousness.
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Sending you lots of love and wishing you all that you need to support you in expressing your authentic truth! ❤
Are you confusing authenticity with brutal honesty? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone if you are. For many years I thought that being brutally honest was speaking my authentic truth. In reality, it was just that, brutal honesty. It wasn’t until I learned how to connect with myself on a deeper level that I was able to discover my authentic voice. You see, authenticity stems from a place of self-acceptance and self-love. So in order to speak your authentic truth, you have to nurture the relationship with yourself. Continue reading “Authenticity or Brutal Honesty?”
“Your elevation may require your isolation.”
I’m not saying this is an absolute, but time and time again this is something I’ve not only seen but experienced. I’ll get into it in more detail in tomorrow’s post because I received an interesting message during an ordinary moment. Today I just wanted to encourage anyone who is on that stretch of their journey of growth that has left them feeling alone. We are all on our own journeys and sometimes we’ll have the same familiar faces around us and others we’ll pass them or get passed up. Don’t slow down just because others have fallen behind. Let them take their journey at their own pace but you keep climbing.
Sending you lots of love and wishing you all that you need to support you on your elevation!
It’s funny because as I sit and think of self-acceptance many things come to mind. Over the years I’ve had to find my way and myself. Growing up in a military family, I always felt out of place. I always seemed to arrive at a new base and be missing out. My peers had their groups, and I never quite fit in. I always thought it was because I arrived too late. Continue reading “The Journey of Self-Acceptance”
Today’s post comes from Lauren, a lawyer from Sydney who is currently taking a break from law. Thank you, Lauren, for sharing your story with us ❤
I was sitting at my desk in my little cupboard office on the morning I published my article Why your worst fears are nothing to be afraid of. How did I have the audacity to I speak about conquering fear when it was the catalyst to my emptiness? Fear was eating me from the inside out. I had no right to even suggest that someone should leave the job that paralyzes them when that’s exactly what I couldn’t do.
Continue reading “Replace Your Fear With Courage”
You’d think being yourself would be the easiest thing in the world. Yet for so many years I struggled to know who I was. After those awkward teenage years of wanting to fit in yet be an individual came those early adulthood years. I got married pretty young and it wasn’t long before I lost my sense of self. Honestly, I’m not sure I had ever really found it up until that point.
Continue reading “Authenticity”
The more I embrace myself, the less I worry about what others think. Not in the arrogant “I don’t care” kind of way but in the secure “what others think doesn’t bother me” kind of way. Continue reading “Acceptance & Authenticity”
For the better part of my life, I felt like I didn’t quite fit in. Today, I realized how grateful I am for being myself. For loving and embracing who I am, and feeling comfortable for being myself without doubts or apologizes. Continue reading “Authenticity”
Growing up I remember having this incredible confidence. Not cockiness but just feeling really good about being myself. I liked who I was, what I stood for, and I was comfortable being myself in every aspect. As time went on and I went from adolescent to young woman, I became more self-conscious. I compared myself to others and started feeling inadequate. I started to falter in who I was and started becoming a version of myself that I didn’t recognize.
Continue reading “Grateful Sunday|Grateful For My Authentic Self!”