Getting Clear on Commitment

Getting Clear on Commitment

It’s OK not to be committed to things. There is an underlying assumption that commitment is better than no commitment, but that’s not always true. An overarching theme in all my teachings is choice, and the precursor to choice is honesty – being...
Emotional & Relational Nutrients

Emotional & Relational Nutrients

One of the most important parts of self-knowledge and right relationship is understanding your emotional and relational nutritional needs — the things you need in a relationship to thrive (not just relationally, but physically as well). While we all know...
3 Misguided Teachings in Women’s Practice

3 Misguided Teachings in Women’s Practice

It is impossible to overstate the value & importance of women’s work, and diving into our own growth & learning sometimes in women-only spaces. However, in the realm of women’s work, there are some common teachings I think are very misguided. This is one of...
You Are The Sum Of

You Are The Sum Of

There is a saying, most often attributed to Jim Rohn, that is very popular in the coaching and personal growth world: “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” There is some real truth captured in this quote. The people we spend time with...
Right Distance in Relationships

Right Distance in Relationships

Most people think intimacy means always moving closer in relationships, but what I’ve realized over the years is what creates and maintains intimacy is being able to feel and honor what is the right distance between two people – in relationships in general and...
The Stories We Tell Ourselves and Others

The Stories We Tell Ourselves and Others

Most people think the problem with the stories we tell about ourselves and our lives is they aren’t empowering enough. The real problem is we only know how to tell one story—victim or hero—as though there’s only one choice when in truth, we are both and many more. The...

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