Collectively, we’ve accumulated some wonky beliefs about grief and vulnerability (thanks society), and it’s time to set the record straight.
When did talking about death become taboo? It's a natural part of life, and yet it's unnatural to talk about?
It was one of those flashbulb moments where everything becomes crystal clear and every cell of your body screams DO IT.
We’ve all been there. The words hit you like a sucker punch right in your gut. Sometimes it’s “I got the results back …. it’s cancer.” Sometimes it’s “Jack
“What’s your biggest weakness?” “Perfectionism.” I told him with a bright smile. You know the one. You’ve probably fired it up when you got asked that question in
My clients are incredible. Period. I’m often overwhelmed with emotion when they write me detailing an ‘ah-ha’ moment(s). From reconciling with their mother after 10 years of estrangement, to
**Cultivating the art of the stink eye at the Sears Portrait Studio circa 1980 Welcomed – born into a loving family in the suburbs with a police officer father, nurse
This past November I had the absolute honour of being involved in a wonderful fundraiser called ‘Brushes With Cancer‘. It was started by the inspirational Jenna Benn whom when diagnosed with
When I stumbled upon Kathleen Shannon in 2012 I wasn’t in the best of moods. I had just found out that I missed the application deadline for Brené Brown’s ‘The Daring Way‘ course
A quick post today as I giddily (is that a word?) prep for my upcoming Daring Way workshop. The question I hear most often is: ‘what the heck IS The Daring