Tag: Ambiguity

Self-Worth is not Simple

Self-worth – the holy grail of wellness gurus, therapists, coaches, and mentors. We teach self-worth when it’s already felt. This causes a significant problem for those who struggle. Why? Those who know their “worth” have a foundation and a basis for it. They know implicitly, without thought. It is felt. When you become infatuated with a person, the process of…

Defend Your Best Self

Fear is not necessarily a choice; we can feel it in our bodies. It hums ominously as we try to go about our day. The choice we make is to indulge the fear and to let it stop us. How do we separate the two? Imagine yourself as leading a group. In this group, your fears are present. You tell…