Posts Tagged "breakthrough"
Would you consider someone who prefers merry-go-rounds to roller coasters, bold? That was me – not bold. It took Eva, master life coach, to wake me up. Now I know what it feels like to have someone point out a STRENGTH you didn’t know you had. I’ve always thought that being nice or cautious holds you back in life, but what can you do if that’s just who you are? Everyone...Read More
Sometimes our fears and breakthroughs are two sides of the same coin (or medal). One I recently flipped was fear of failure. As a child, I often followed the pattern of sticking to things I already knew or was sure I could master. That was me being a perfectionist – “do it right or not at all.” I couldn’t allow myself to fail. The fear lived in my mind like a stern...Read More
Wow! I just had a coaching session with Eva Sim-Zabka, and in under 10 minutes she got to the core of my complaint: “Everything takes too long!” As a child I was called “slow as molasses,” particularly when it came to getting into the car. In our family of 6, I was “always” the last one. It happened at the dinner table, too. After everyone was done eating and...Read More
What if the process of emotional “healing” weren’t healing at all? What if emotional “injuries” were not actually damages? What if emotional “injuries” were simply wrong beliefs that just didn’t fit with who you really are, but the thoughts and beliefs about self came with proof that was really, really convincing to the point that you almost...Read More
One year ago I got my body back. I realized my long-standing denial statement was actually right: I’m not my body, I simply have one. Since I wrote that post I’ve been Jazzercising for fun and continuing to dance when I hear music, dress my body up, use makeup, style my hair, and best of all, smile when I look in the mirror! I’m jumping into this year with a whole new level of...Read More