"All we do and do not do in life is directly proportional to our level of self-worth. Heal your self-worth, heal your life!"

– KB

Is This Grief Or Is This Love?

June 23rd, 2015

  This morning at work I was presented with a new client. Her name was Martha. Then I was introduced to her husband. His name was Juan. I immediately detected a slight Spanish accent with Juan. Just a tinge of what I assumed boasted a Mexican heritage. Accents fascinate me and I love playing a game with myself and others called Guess That Accent!... Read More

The Momentum of Self-Worth Recovery

May 21st, 2015

At first, the path to empowerment and self-worth recovery can be quite a bumpy road! We are not yet sure what we are doing or where we are actually going. We haven’t received the benefits of a recovered self-worth and setbacks can feel monstrous. We may gain five steps forward and begin to feel great only to be catapulted backward when something t... Read More

Stubbornness Is False Empowerment

May 14th, 2015

I used to observe the stubborn people around me and wonder why on earth they felt the need to take a stand over something so minute or something that clearly wasn't going to serve anyone's highest good. I observed it. I studied it. I went within. I took it to God. Then I realized that stubbornness is often born to those who feel powerless in life. S... Read More

What Is Letting Go (Surrender) And How Do I Achieve It?

May 7th, 2015

Last night I had a conversation regarding "letting go" and what it means. (Just for the record, I oftentimes call it "surrender") I believe when we understand what letting go really means, we are better able to implement it into our learning experiences and lives. Here’s how I see it… I view letting go as giving the issue/problem/suffering/tu... Read More

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