Decision-Making Anxiety and 5 Steps to Make Decisions Easier

Decision-Making Anxiety and 5 Steps to Make Decisions Easier

Does making decisions give you anxiety? No matter what you decide to do, you are plagued with internal distress? Do you feel stuck in the mud because none of the choices you make seem to be exactly right? Do you agonize over decisions because you are afraid you’ll make the wrong decision? 

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6 Types of Toxic Guilt and 6 Tips to Help and Heal

6 Types of Toxic Guilt and 6 Tips to Help and Heal

Tired of feeling ripped apart by guilt? Does making decisions feel like anxiety and guilt volleyball? “If I work late, I will feel bad about not being with my family, but if I go home, I will feel bad about not getting more work done.” No matter what you decide to do, you are plagued with anxiety and guilt? Does it feel impossible to do things that will allow you to take care of yourself, because the burden of guilt is just too much to bare? If toxic guilt has attached itself to you like the Bubonic Plague, read on to find the type of toxic guilt you struggle with and tips for dealing and healing so you can have peace of mind.

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Inviting your Limiting Beliefs to Tea

Inviting your Limiting Beliefs to Tea

Have you ever felt stuck and limited by an ever so sneaky little voice that tells you things like, “You don’t have what it takes to succeed.” “You’re not worthy of true love.” or “You don’t belong here?” If so, welcome to being human. The ugly truth is, we all have Limiting Beliefs. They hurt. They get in the way of relationships. They are the root of our emotional triggers. And they hold us back from reaching for our dreams.

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Boundaries: 3 Reasons You Move the Line

Boundaries: 3 Reasons You Move the Line

You’ve tried to set boundaries in the past, but end up feeling puzzled and perplexed by your own lack of follow through. What was once a strong determination to honor yourself has vanished into thin air. It tends to go a little something like this….

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The Stories I Tell Myself

The Stories I Tell Myself

Do you ever wonder about the voice that is commentating in your head all day everyday? 

As humans, we have core beliefs that colors our world. This belief system was created by interactions with “our people” when we were kids.  I go into more depth about this in my previous blog, Rose Colored Glasses, Nope, I Think Not.  It’s important to know if we had “good enough” parenting, we probably developed healthy beliefs about ourselves and the world.  By “good enough,” I don’t mean perfect, I mean parents that showed us over the years that we are valuable and that they could be trusted. 

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