Tag: self worth

How to Set Better Boundaries and Find Your Authentic Self Again.

With the holidays arriving along with disgruntled relatives and demanding siblings– now is the time to set the standard about how you would like others to treat you. Boundaries aren’t limited to saying “no.” More importantly, it’s about creating a healthy emotional space between you and others. It becomes more complicated when there’s tension and

Wanna heal from a break-up? Change your perspective

At 43, I feel as if I’ve put the cat to shame, because this derby girl is working on her 10thor possibly 11thlife. Each phase of my life has provided struggles. It wasn’t that I lost my mom at 25, struggled with bi-polar disorder or checked into rehab – it was after a break-up. I

Super Fox Sauce: Why “Forgiveness” is the best thing for healing.

  Challenge: Forgive yourself for a mistake you’ve made. Even if you think you don’t deserve it. (Period. No judgement.)         Share! Tell me about the guilt you felt about something you did. Have you forgiven yourself? Or not? Why? (Post your experience in the “Comment Box” below.)   How do I forgive myself when I’ve

Super Fox Sauce: You can’t “ditch” your Shadow Self.

Eckhart Tolle. Thich Nhat Hanh. Louise Hay. These are just a few authors catalogued in my Dewey Decimal System of “Holy sh*t. Life sucks. Now what?” section. I’ve probably read over 50 self-help books in my lifetime. I’ve creeped aisles many times in Barnes and Noble for a revolutionary book that will heal co-dependence, improve

Super Fox Sauce: It’s not about #Metoo; it’s about #Whatnow?

“Sexual harassment and assault in the workplace are not just about Harvey Weinstein,” she wrote.” We must change things in general. We must do better for women everywhere.” After reading Alyssa Milano’s tweet that started a viral sh*tstorm (and helped launch the #Metoo movement,) I was amazed that many Americans considered this statement “rebellious” or

Super Fox Sauce: Happy New Fear! What will you conquer this year?

“5…4…3…2…1!” And just like that, 2018 makes its grand splash with whiskey kisses, sloppy dancing and good intentions. To me, New Years is a sign of hopeful beginnings–an end to a crappy relationship, a dream job in Durango or an opportunity to create a cellulite-free rump. People just can’t wait to declare their New Year