We all know lying is bad. We learn this very early on. In fact, it’s one of the very first rules that we get as children from our parents and teachers: always tell the truth. Don’t lie. And yet, many of us adults tell lies all the time. Women, especially, learn that it’s better to […]
Do you ever feel like no matter what you do, it’s not enough? Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night feeling unaccomplished? Unworthy of the things you really want, like great health, relationships, career, and finances? When someone compliments you, do you feel like s/he is just “being nice”? If so,
I was wrong and being wrong was keeping me small. All my life, being “creative” was something other people did. Not me. I grew up in a family that considered being creative a little crazy. And what I mean by that is that they thought you were mentally ill and at the very least, that
It’s September, which only means one thing: back to school. Even before I had kids there was always something about this month that made me want to run to the nearest drug store and stock up on Trapper Keepers and Number Two pencils. September is a gentle wake-up call to buckle down and become a
It sounds simple. Simple enough that it is one of the first “rules” we learn as children. Always tell the truth. And yet, so few of us actually do tell the truth – at least when it comes to how we really feel or think about things. We learn early to keep the truth hidden.