My living room was sun-soaked and I was lying on the couch, post-surgery and in full recovery mode, and I was listening to a friend tell me about the things that were happening in their life. In this state, distraction-free and slightly foggy from pain medication, I was able to … Read more about The Most Important Conversation Happens in the Undercurrents
Listen to this Post Instead I've been quiet the past two months. "Eerily quiet" as one friend put it. I've had many a reason for the silence but haven't had the opportunity, or voice, to talk about it up until this point. In fact, even right now isn't a good … Read more about When Everything Goes Terribly Awry
Shame. What emotion comes up for you when you read that word? What happens in your body when you allow yourself to feel shame? For most of us, it's a painful, visceral emotion that can be crippling. It can cause us to shy away from certain areas of our life. Play … Read more about Why Shame Keeps Us Quiet & What to Do About It
The past few months have been particularly busy and... challenging. I have said an enthusiastic "yes!" to more than I can handle and at first, it was great. Manageable even. But slowly, as it always happens, the plates that I balanced in the air began spinning out of control and … Read more about An E-mail I Wrote to Say, “I’m Struggling.” You’ll Never Guess How It Was Received.