Having any kind of challenge around food is really difficult. We can’t go teetotal on food (not without severe circumstances) so it’s something we tend to struggle with at least three times a day. This adds to how torturous and endless it feels to have an eating disorder. When we are experiencing a difficulty with … Continue reading
We are imperfect creatures. We forget what our friends told us. We talk about ourselves too much. We ask about others too little. We expect too much from others. And in spite of this we still balk at THEIR oddness. “God, look at her jabber on”. When in reality we all have our own brand … Continue reading
I’m really passionate about assertiveness. I’ve witnessed the ways in which it can be transformational in a person’s life, leading them to: – feel more empowered. – ask, and get more of what they want. – create more change in their life, such as finding a job where they’re more valued. There’s another huge benefit … Continue reading
I think that experiencing pleasure has become an act of rebellion in our society. We often discount spending time lustfully enjoying food; telling silly stories with our friends; or hanging out with our families or partners. It’s considered a waste not an effective use of time. So many of us sadly have so much guilt … Continue reading
Here’s this Friday’s Dark Goddess Series for the Women who Refuse to Play Small. Enjoy! The Dark Goddess twinkles with self awareness, but she doesn’t need to be in this state in a composed way. She has a dirty, loud laugh which she regularly uses to chuckle at life’s challenges and her own shortcomings. She … Continue reading The Dark Goddess Series III: For the Women who refuse to play small.
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.