Right now more than ever, we need to ask our partner, our kids, and our loved ones, “Are you okay?”
This might seem radical, but what if we stopped looking at any of our choices as right or wrong, good or bad?
This time is the perfect time to talk about possibilities.
The earth has hit the big reset button and is presenting us with the possibility to do the same—to re-evaluate our lives, what is true for us, what we truly desire, and how we would like to move forward.
Trigger warning: Suicide, depression Perfection almost got the better of me. Seventeen years ago, I was so hopeless that I set a date for my suicide. I am not the only one.
On the outside, everything seemed perfect. Even those closest to me thought it was.
What if you could create a different relationship with your body; one of kindness, caring and communion?
When you are in a constant state of judgment, either of yourself or others, you are inducing feelings of disappointment, despair or anger.
I had spent my whole life looking for answers. If I could only find the right answer, maybe I would be happy. Maybe my life would work.