“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” Those words written by Eleanor Roosevelt have lived written on a chalk board in my house for a number of years. I read them every day as I walk about from room to room. I have even written about them before, but over the past few months I have fully come to understand their meaning. Continue reading
Words are powerful things. They can be used to inspire, bless, and encourage, but they can also tear down, destroy, and kill. Even a word as Tiny as the words “NO” can have a significant effect on how we view ourselves. We can let them take us to the highest of highs or to the lowest of lows. We can embrace them, or dwell on them.
The power all belongs to us. Continue reading
“Today you are you…that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you.” Dr. Seuss
How wonderful are those words? I know I have quoted him in a hundred Blog post, but Dr. Seuss is my go to guy when I need a little realistic boost. Maybe it is because my brain is simple, or perhaps he is just really, really wise.
Do you ever just find it hard to be yourself? Each and every day we are constantly reminded by the world that we aren’t smart enough, pretty enough, thin enough, rich enough, or even loved enough. We are told to act, dress, and think a certain way to meet others standards. Continue reading
Have you ever had one of those days where you wake up feeling pretty good, excited about the possibilities of the day ahead only to be hit with a cloud of discouragement, worry, fear, regret, confusion, and anxiety? A literal rain on your parade kinda day.
It is not that there is necessarily anything wrong or bad that occurs….it just happens.
And now….you are stuck…. in what I call an Alexander Day. Continue reading