Forgiveness and Healing

Originally posted on The Life of A Therapist:
One of the hardest things that I had to face as an adult is forgiveness. When I think about how hard it is, I ask myself why it is worth it? The things that we face in life at the hands of others can be painful; however, to…

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Rocky’s theme song was the first thing I heard in my mind as I awoke this morning. It’s safe to say that I woke up winning! Yesterday was a very productive day, yet one of the most difficult as a classroom teacher. I went to bed pleased with how much I had accomplished but frustrated…

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Quest for Authenticity

I founded the TRIBE Authentic Woman Workshop in March 2018 because I wanted to create a safe space for women to authentically express themselves and do the work to experience growth and personal development.

Peace of mind…

At this moment, I can actually testify that my mind is free from disturbance.  I am truly peaceful.  There is no mental clutter that is paralyzing me.  I can actually tap into my vision and the path is illuminated. I now consciously align my walk and talk with my personal core values.  This kept me…