In a world where conspirators grow and become financially successful, even leaders or influencers, a lot of people are not willing to accept or even understand a person with nothing to hide. When we assume that others are like us, we set ourselves up for failure, abuse, becoming someone’s doormat, building walls, and worst of all… resentment. These boundary issues lead to trust issues. Let me explain why I believe and have lived in my own consequences.
Emotional and physical abuse takes on of many forms. I feel as if I should be walking into a room full of people, taking a seat, and introducing myself. Well, here it goes. “Hi, my name is Katrina, I am 35 years old and today I realized that I have spent most, if not all, of my relationships either being abused or being the abuser”.
Let’s be honest with each other and have a tough conversation. If you or someone you know is suffering from an emotional and/or mental health disorder, please know that you have NEVER been alone.
Any story of recovery is an awful story to admit, and most of the conflict is an internal fight. Recovery has a lot of beginnings and a long tunnel that you can feel lost in most of the time. The truth is, there is light at the end of the tunnel, and I Am Living … Continue reading How to Transition from Life-long Depression to Life-long Recovery. #13
Why are some people more confident than others? Is your lack of confidence holding you back from growing to become successful? Do you know how to build self-confidence? Here are some simple things that confident people have in common. The good news about self-confidence is that it is learned. We are not born with self-confidence. … Continue reading 5 things that successful people have in common for building self-confidence. #12
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Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com There are moments when I shock myself at how many screw ups I can make. I am not a stranger to mistakes or lessons. I am writing this to help those who are walking a similar path I did, so you do not walk within my foot prints. I am … Continue reading Learn how you and your brain are able to turn lessons into growth. #11
Are you and your company prepared and able to handle negative comments and bad-mouthing on social media? Let’s acknowledge it, there are people who follow you because they respect you and there are those that follow you to keep tabs on you; just waiting for a moment that you mess up.
I recently had a conversation with someone about how to help someone who won’t help themselves. This made me think back to my teens and 20’s. This made me think about how I would unconsciously relive scenes of abuse over and over in my mind. It wasn’t until my early 30’s that I decided to … Continue reading How to Help Someone Who Won’t Help Themselves. #9
If I asked Dr. B.J. Fogg, behavior scientist and author, what he recommends if I want to change a habit, he would tell me “there’s only one way to radically change your behavior: radically change your environment”.
Consider this thought… Is growing older in age, with a few aches and pains better with… or without living your great life experiences? Whether your experience unfolds to be a masterpiece or a painful lesson, it’s still growth, is it not?
This is not one of those times that I am not going to reassure you and comfort you. It will not matter how many times I say the words, “I am sorry” and I am sure if you are anything like me, you do not want to hear “I am sorry”. Then you don’t have … Continue reading Miscarriage: Our Loss, Not Mine.