I am a friend who feels deeply and cares tremendously about those close to me. When a friend is hurting, I want to help them heal. When a friend is confused, I want to help them find clarity. When a friend is happy, I want to share in their joy. I am right beside my friends as much as I can be.Read More
Are you being positive or toxically positive? There is a difference and it sometimes is difficult to tell.
Who are you when no one is watching? Trent Shelton asked this question on a recent podcast, and it gave me all of the feels. Who am I? Who am I in front of other people? Who am I when I am solely in my own company? Do I know?Read More
I’ve heard of this concept before, but hadn’t really considered it. There is something about how it was presented in the podcast I heard about it in that made me reconsider it. Have you considered it? Do you know who you are or who you want to be when no one is watching?
Friendships are typically two-way relationships. Typically. As I look at all of my friendships, I see that I have a door up and it is a one-way only door. I don’t share with my friends as they share with me. Why? It’s not like I don’t trust them.MORE