Humility does not require total acceptance of blame. You can be humble without being labeled “the problem.” In fact, if you want anything to change, you’re actually better off NOT internalizing such a thing.
Your mask is showing. I know it and you know it.
What might change in YOUR life if you allowed yourself to release the old and unsheathe the REAL you?!
It's one of my favorite phrases borrowed from the military, typically used to remind service members what's their responsibility and what's not. At first glance it can potentially seem condescending, no? I actually think there's magic in those words many likely miss.
Psychotherapist and integrative healer Tamara Powell shares how she discovered one of her animal totems and the power in reclaiming one's narrative.
Relationship therapist and empowerment coach, Tamara Powell, LMHC shares why she now views her journey in life as being a "polka-dotted portfolio" and something to celebrate.
What if envy, like every other flavor of emotional kool-aid, is meant to be an indicator light; like a flashing "check engine" warning (that most of see pop on and then ignore until sh$% really hits the fan)?