Month: June 2015

12 Things I know about real deal healers

12 Things I know about real deal healers

And by “necessary hard work” I do not mean: slogging on something you don’t really want to be doing in the first place. This is not about sucking it up or faking it.

By “necessary hard work” I mean: FIRST you commit to something that lights you up, pulls you forward, truly inspires you — the career, a relationship, a project (and YOU can be that improvement project, by the way.)

#TellThemNow. The intimacy of gratitude will blow your life wide open. (+ a Father’s Day video that will have you weeping)

#TellThemNow. The intimacy of gratitude will blow your life wide open. (+ a Father’s Day video that will have you weeping)

One of my least favourite behaviours of mine is withholding love. I’m hugely proud to say that it rarely happens. (If you’re going to boast about anything, let it be your capacity for loving.) But it still happens. It’s a reservedness that creeps over my usually boundless heart. I tell myself that staying quiet will give me shelter (from what?*), but it isn’t shelter at all.

What an Appy Birthday for me last month: Seeing the light choice as the right choice, unlocking the password for Beloved and an Appy #Truthbomb Breakthrough! May Roundup.

What an Appy Birthday for me last month: Seeing the light choice as the right choice, unlocking the password for Beloved and an Appy #Truthbomb Breakthrough! May Roundup.

Appy Birthday to me! The #Truthbomb App launches today. Candles! Champagne! Truth! I know. #Truthbombs would make a great app. Easy breezy on your phone. Where dat app at? Finally! Here she is! The #Truthbomb App features: 1.300+ of my choicest #Truthbombs, 2. It’s an...

Your Inner Child. (I know, I know. GROAN. But hear me out…)

Your Inner Child. (I know, I know. GROAN. But hear me out…)

I’m hanging with my shrink and he brings up some inner child stuff. My general response: “Really? Come on. You’re gonna pull the Inner Child card on me? That is SO 1994.” And then we laugh, hard, like we do, and he gives his best exaggerated Jew-Bu shrug, “Well, that’s when the wound happens, so it’s like, hard to get around.”