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Musings on Risk, Turn On, and Regret

You know what the biggest shame would be? Not fully living your life. Not putting yourself out there in fear of possibly getting hurt. Not being turned all the way on. Not going after the things that your heart is absolutely craving for. Is it scary? Sure! Hands down!! That’s why a lot of people are quite […]

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The Taboo of Sadness and Depression

Confession Time: I have been thinking a lot about transparency and how much is too much to share. Also, this notion where we don’t share our down days because we don’t want to be judged or perceived as weak. However the latest focus on suicide has me want to speak up even more around the […]

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Episode 8 – The Struggle around Sharing my Sex Stories

In this solo episode, I let you in on the struggle I was having in writing my book. I was experiencing major writer’s block and realized a lot of it was in part due to the unsafely I feel (and probably MOST women feel) around sex.  It is a vulnerable share as the whole idea of sharing […]

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Episode 2 – The Wound and Shame around Bodies

In this solo episode, I share with you my thoughts and feelings around the shame we hold towards our bodies. Mostly I share around my own wounding when it comes to my body. It is a super raw and tender place for me. However I am tired of staying silent around this, which is a direct effect of shame. […]

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The Wound and Shame around Body Image

*This is an excerpt from one of the books that I am currently working on writing. Enjoy … About a year ago, one of my closest friends said to me “I never hear you talking about body stuff.” This may not be a revelation for some, however we are talking about me. I talk about a lot […]

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Video: Getting Raw and Real about Money and Shame

I have been doing some deep inquiry around my relationship with money – namely the feelings of fear, scarcity and suffering associated with it. When I started doing this work a few years ago, a big a-ha was how similar this relationship was to my past romantic relationships, especially my relationship to my DAD! Amazing […]

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