I often end up advocating for individual reflection and do-it-yourself coaching strategies in my writing. And what I am realizing is that, while our growth and development absolutely depend on our own self-awareness, it is essential to be present with and share with others. Basically what I am saying is: While blogging and connecting with … More Can I Get a Witness?
Dear Eu, I realize that giving advice will not necessarily work well. You have this strong desire to experience. You know this move to California is important… Away from family and old friends, you will discover and uncover more of who you really are– your talents, passions, what heals you. You’ll also gain great … More Letter to Younger Self
I wish I was as confident and at peace in other areas of my life as I am with my hobby of teaching dance. I am still practicing… In fact, in working with my own coach, Mary Mulliken, we have used dance as a metaphor for how I want to be in my “real career” … More Radical Advice: Dance Through Life
One of my latest status updates on social media read: Finally becoming a grown up: This woman came up to me after class to basically tell me I suck and I shrugged my shoulders and said, Oh well! I got an outpouring of supportive responses from my female friends reminding me how cool I am … More Maybe I DO Suck
Sometimes it takes a crisis to figure out what we really need, what’s really important to us. A problem, an obstacle, an illness can force us to examine our lives more closely. Anger, hurt, fear, exhaustion. These difficult, inconvenient, or even agonizing feelings are clear signals that a need is not being met. As mature … More Figuring Out What You Really Need