For many of us, it is in our nature to want to fix things, to offer advice, or to help someone see there is another way. That can often come at the price of our own happiness or someone else’s who may not want to be our project or the target of our unsolicited advice, […]Read More Be A Light Not A Fixer
Good morning SLAYER! Each of us is responsible to fix ourselves, don’t apply for a job you are not qualified for. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then…SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
We can sometimes get caught up in wanting to fix people. But, people are not our problems to fix. Each of us is responsible for ourselves, and when we meddle in someone else’s life, or try to school them on what they should be doing, we’re not only doing ourselves a disservice, but also them […]Read More Other People Are Not Your Problem To Solve
Before stepping on this path I was very addicted to control. Control to me felt like safety. When my world felt unsure, when I didn’t know what was around the next corner, or when I felt like people were watching me, wanting me to fail, I tried to control everything I could, even things I […]Read More Are You Addicted To Control?
It’s rare today that I regret things. When things don’t go my way, or something negative happens based on choices, or I decision I made, I now, typically look at that as learning. It doesn’t mean it doesn’t sting anymore, it still does, but I look back to see where I could have done something […]Read More Rebounding From Regret
Even when there is nothing that can be done, no way to fix or help a situation, sometimes all anyone wants to hear is “I’m sorry,” even if you had nothing to do with the situation, it’s nice to have someone acknowledge them and their situation. When I think back to how I felt before […]Read More Sometimes All Someone Wants To Hear Is, I’m Sorry
I was with a group of people the other day and someone said, “watching you get better was like watching an explosion in reverse.” It made me laugh, but then when I thought about it, it was the perfect analogy. I myself had certainly imploded years ago, and even after the implosion I still went […]Read More Explosion In Reverse