Today, I felt like doing a different kind of post. Especially for women. On something I’m really passionate about. It’s about acknowledging our differences to men. I think that because we’ve fought so hard for equality we’ve had to erase the parts of our experience that ‘complicate’ the debate, or sadly, issues that can be … Continue reading Calling all Women: why we need to acknowledge we’re different to men.
Sometimes it helps to focus on the choices we do have in life. At times it can feel like our life has become small, narrow, and senseless. We could have been: Dumped. Sacked. Wronged. Hurt. Disappointed. Or worn down and exhausted. These experiences understandably evoke powerlessness. Something was done to us, That perhaps we didn’t … Continue reading
Here’s my Friday edition on the dark goddess archetype. It is my hope that in reading about this archetype that you may find her embers still burning within you, and have the permission, and daring to bring more of her into your life. She is a wonderful respite to the victimhood, passivity & depression that … Continue reading The Dark Goddess Series II: For the Women who refuse to play small.
I went for a walk in the woods today. It has always been one of my favourite things to do. As the leaves were tumbling over my trainers, I found myself thinking about how if we want to be productive in the world, we need to engage in solid self care regimes. I love the … Continue reading
Many of us are missing out on a rich, loving, and fulfilling relationship with our body. We have learnt to think about our bodies only in terms of what they look like. And no wonder. Our bodies are repeatedly told to step in line with a socially accepted image. There are a series of rules … Continue reading
Sometimes we berate ourselves for not being “strong” or for not “handling” a challenging situation. Perhaps we broke down, or our anger rose to the surface for just a moment. We make ourselves wrong for doing something truly healthy and self affirming. Being in touch with our feelings. If someone has hurt us, feeling hurt … Continue reading