I have not had a panic attack in over ten years, and I am proud of that. Now, just because I have not had an attack doesn’t mean that I have not had uncomfortable moments. It just means that over the years, I have become super hip to triggers. I have learned to pay close attention to my inner dialogue and my outer world. I am a transformative coach and speaker BECAUSE of the fires I have walked through; this is just a glimpse into my truth.[Read more…]
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Mental Health Awareness Month Resources
The truth is that no one loves the struggle… But each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. The good news is that if you or someone you care about is struggling, #YouAreNotAlone. I wanted to start a collection of resources to help ANYONE who may be struggling for any reason. I have battled anxiety, panic and depression. I talk openly about it on social media and here on my blog because I want to end the stigma. Don’t ever be ashamed to get the help you need and deserve.[Read more…]
Stay Home and Meditate #WithMe
As a past sufferer from panic attacks, I know how important it is to take moments to relieve stress. If you are feeling overwhelmed right now, PLEASE don’t give up searching for your peace of mind. We WILL come through this. Meditation is something that has helped me tremendously over the years. I hope it helps you too.[Read more…]
What it means to Become Your Best Self
Real talk on what it takes to truly live your best life. It may not always be easy but it’s truly worth the work. YOU are worth the work!
I get inspired to go LIVE in my car, a lot. It may seem crazy but I do live in Los Angeles and spending time in our cars is the norm. On this day, I thought, why wait to set up a studio, why not just record when the spirit hits me?[Read more…]
Learn to F.L.Y.: 7 ways to Love Yourself More
F.L.Y. = First Love Yourself.
Many people struggle with this concept. I know I did. I had come to believe that being a good mom, wife, person, meant putting the needs of others above my own. At 38, when anxiety and panic attacks made frequent appearances in my life, I had to take a long hard look at the way I was living. I had to decide it was ok to love myself first AND I had to learn how to do it. [Read more…]
How to process all this crazy “NEWS.”
I know there is a lot to process these days. I was feeling overwhelmed by all the madness popping up in my news feeds and I thought, “Man, I have got to write a post on this!” Like many of my posts I did the research on processing bad news and I came across a post by Mayo Clinic psychiatrist Dr. Sheila Jowsey. She gives the following advice on handling negativity: [Read more…]