Tag Archives: Empowerment

The ant and the boot

Next week, I’m going to do something that scares me half to death. In a nutshell: The shero’s journey of a former client (you might remember Cheri) has taken a very dark turn. She’s been given a cancer diagnosis and … Continue reading

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The beauty of surrender at the MCC church

I had the privilege of telling a piece of my Shero’s Journey story as part of the Creative Services evening at the Founders Metropolitan Community Church this past weekend in Hollywood. It was an honor to step onto the stage with and for … Continue reading

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This pre-injury photo exploded my Facebook page, and brought back the magic of my fall

A few days ago, I was clearing out my desk and stumbled on this photo: That’s me, from a professional shoot in support of my acting career, taken a few months before I was paralyzed. The photo brought up some very … Continue reading

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Need a laugh about “worthless, unworthy, and not good enough?”

I am a PIECE OF WORK! This week, I’ve been resisting all good things in the name of being “worthless, unworthy, and not good enough.” Sound familiar? Well, it finally broke in hilarious fashion by, of all things, embracing fully my attachment … Continue reading

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We are L O U S Y at valuing ourselves

This past week marked the beginning of my son’s summer vacation. He doesn’t really get what that means yet; he’s only four and went to school only a few mornings a week last year. But I’m excited on his behalf. To … Continue reading

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