Tell her you adore her. Tell her she’s your best thing. Kiss, hug and snuggle often. Try to remember your grief does not trump hers. Ask her why she’s hurting. Tell her you’re sad too. Say, I know my dear it must hurt, instead of life is unfair. When she tells you someone at school … More Radical Advice for Mothers of Fiery Daughters
backbones get built vertebrae by vertebrae with every victory with every heartache with every triumph with every shattering with each awakening they become sturdy bearing the weight of new consciousness embodying self-love strengthened, emboldened
Don’t be so quick to condemn narcissists. You could learn a thing or two from them. I’ve read a few articles recently about an apparent increase in narcissism (especially in younger generations) that point to social media as the culprit. A lot has been written about the correlation between social media use and narcissistic tendencies. … More Radical Advice: Go Ahead, Post that Selfie
We could all use more love, right? Try these techniques to honor who you are and cultivate self-love. Tell the truth. What’s on your mind or in your heart? Get beyond the niceties and the shoulds and be with what’s really going on for you.
Are you cultivating a relationship to your purpose? You might not always love your job, but you have a sense of your calling in life. You seek meaningful and purposeful experiences. Are you committed to healing? You’re awake to suffering and injustice and yearn for greater wholeness. You’re aware that your individual healing also contributes … More 10 Questions for Radical Women