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Are you Self-Compassionate?

If you answered ‘No.’ I can’t blame you. I constantly preach self-compassion {and self-love} but practicing what I preach is not always as easy… I’m constantly finding that I’m beating myself up over this thing or that.As we move into the holidays, I think self-compassion is especially needed and powerful. The holidays are tough – […]

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Want Need

That probably seems back-@$$-wards – I know, I know; I’m mixing math with language and sprinkling in a little ‘Crystal sass’ to boot!Growing up I’m sure you were taught the differences between wants and needs:I NEED: water, food, shelter, clothing…well, that’s about itI WANT: a new cell phone, the fancy car, gourmet food {not the […]

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Growth: 2021 Word of the Year

My 2020, much like everyone else’s, was a dumpster fire of a year… It felt like a perpetual groundhog day – and also like I blinked and it was over. I’m not going to blame ALL of my 2020 on the lack of selecting a WOTY…but it sure didn’t help the situation.I don’t feel like […]

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You’ll be FIIIIIIIIIIIINE: Impact Bias & the 3 Month Rule

I haven’t really talked about it a lot lately…but…Over the last several weeks (Ok, like all summer #thanksCOVID) I’ve been compiling amazing information, research, examples, and exercises around grief, resilience, happiness, and mindfulness. I actually found an amazing series of books by the Harvard Business Review that has sent me down the research rabbit hole…and, […]

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Death Positivity

Last week, I was speaking about Sharing Solace at an event with an extra-long Q&A section. {Or, as I like to refer to it ‘Stump the Chump’.} And, one of the last questions came in the form of a statement:The ‘question’ caught me a little off guard. I’d never really thought too hard about before […]

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I can’t be the only one…

…or maybe I am…My mind is in a constant state of information overload and I’m perpetually maximized. I thought I was a decent human being…but I’m second-guessing every action I’ve ever taken. I even feel like I’m having an out of body experience: an outsider looking in.I’m paralyzed with responsibility and opportunity.I’ve started writing my feelings […]

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When You Should Journal

The short answer? You should journal when you least want to. Period. End of sentence.Oh, you want a real, more thorough answer? Fine then. Journaling allows you to deeply think about your thoughts and feelings while keeping them somewhere you can refer back to in the future {and to see how far you’ve come}.I find […]

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