Do you have unrealistic expectations on holidays? I had. When I was first divorced … My heart would f-ing break into shreds on holidays. I made up so many stories, mostly about how I was either a terrible parent or about how I was totally f-ing up my kids. I have spent holidays where I’ve cried the entire day, sobbing, going through multiple boxes of tissues … (more…)
10 Buckets for Work Life Balance: #2 How to Change Your Belief System – How You Were Parented – Reparenting with Inner Child Work – Become Your Own Parent
Have you ever wondered how to change your belief system? Have you ever considered how your belief system might be messing up your life? Look around you. What do you see? Is everything the way you want it to be? Is is really? Do you just convince yourself that you are happy, or are you truly, joyfully happy and self expressed? Are you truly living in your purpose, and really living life to the fullest?
Day Two of Somato Emotional Release: Negative Emotions Created from C Section or Natural Birth
Again, I started face up on the table with two therapists the same way as I started my Somato Emotional Release on day 1. The intention of the day was to release the face and jaw, not thinking about c section or natural birth and what not having my boys in a natural way meant for my soul and spirit. Again we weren’t talking through anything, we were just experiencing. (more…)
Last week, we went over all the work life balance buckets. The buckets go in order and the parenting bucket is one of them. We start on the bottom. When the bottom fills up, we can move up to the next level. In my coaching practice, we notice our thoughts and our body pain. We work on changing our beliefs, self love and self care. We get into boundaries and worthiness. All of that starts flourishing out in your relationships. Relationships with your spouse/significant other, relationships with your kids, relationships with God, with yourself. The relationship with yourself is really the first 5 buckets. Once you start having nice balanced relationships, then we can move into a having a work life balance where you’re living your purpose.