People Who Need to Be Right – A Collaborative Column

July 24th, 2016

Dearest Readers, This is a very powerful column as each one of us delves into a different perspective. As you might notice there is a running theme throughout... Self-Worth. I hope you find inspiration in what you read! Much Love, KB   KRISTEN BROWN Chances are you’ve come across this article because someone in your life is driving you mad wi... Read More

Boundaries: What Are They And How Do I Set Them? Audio Interview With Kristen Brown

April 4th, 2015

Boundaries are a topic near and dear to my heart both as a recovering doormat and an empowerment coach/mentor.  Boundaries are essentially where we find the courage to express to others what are limits are, what is not acceptable and how to treat us with honor and respect. Boundaries are essential to healthy, reciprocal relationships as equally ... Read More

How To Have Difficult Conversations – Audio Interview With Kristen Brown

April 4th, 2015

It has almost become a societal norm to avoid topics that could potentially make our person uncomfortable or squirmy and instead of forging through the discomfort to gain clarity and a deeper connection, we oftentimes choose silence. As most of you may know, this doesn’t work. Silence only causes additional drama, deeper discomfort and even gre... Read More

What To Do When Your Fear Freezes You

March 28th, 2015

We’ve all had those moments when we know we need to speak up or act differently, but choose otherwise. Oftentimes, we are later sitting alone with our regret silently pining a missed opportunity to speak our truth or act from our authentic center. First off, congratulate yourself for recognizing you could have done better! The first step to ... Read More

Kindness vs. Attack

January 8th, 2015

With affairs of the heart, we tend to want to grasp, cling and try to control because we are so afraid of getting hurt, losing control or losing the love.  We try to manipulate and morph our person into who we think he\she should be in order for us to feel comfortable. What we have not yet understood, is that all of those behaviors cause separation... Read More

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