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4 Hard Truths About Relationships

Hi my friends, Sending you all so much love on the start of a new week. Over the past year, I’ve reflected a lot on relationships, in concept and in reality. I’ve often struggled with feeling settled and secure in my relationships, feeling like I can’t trust the people around...
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Finding Freedom with This One Truth About Relationships

Hi my dear friends, This may be surprising, but I’ve never considered myself someone who is “good” at relationships. Throughout my life I’ve had many falling outs with girlfriends, really rocky break-ups with boyfriends, and uncomfortable dynamics in my family. I can vividly picture myself every time a relationship went...
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What Self-Love Means to Me

My dear friends, One of the silver linings of this past year, with added isolation and limited social interaction, has been having the time and the space to reflect on my relationship with myself. I’ve always felt that the most important relationship we can have in our lives is the...
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What it means to love yourself

My dear friends, This year, but particularly, the past few months, have been completely life-changing. I know we all know this, but I just want you to remember that nothing that has happened so far this year has been normal nor precedented, so before we get into today’s topic of...
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My Number One Tip for Relationships in Quarantine

Hello my friends, I’m so happy to be back here with you all today! We are entering the eighth week of isolation practices here in the US. Before we get into the depth of my big tip for relationships during quarantine, I just want to say how grateful I am...
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Redefining Love

As we are on the heels of Valentine’s Day, and the topic of love is all around us, I felt it would be fun to dive a little deeper into love, and examine how we truly define it. Valentine’s Day used to be really triggering for me, as I often...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles