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Talk about a Warrior Woman! After a 17 year abusive relationship with Ike Turner, this powerhouse
Life is not meant to be lived comfortably between the lines. You’re not a Stepford Wife. You are different and weird and unique and impossibly fabulous! And, most of all, you are STRONG!
Like attracts like. It’s a simple rule of the universe.
I was scrolling through my Facebook memories today and was struck by one of the douchiest things people do to one another.
Now that you’ve identified, one, that you’re not sure of who you are anymore; two, how to figure out the mystery of finding yourself; and three, how you got off track in the first place; we’re ready to move on … Continue reading
If you’ve been following along in the blog series and you’ve gotten this far, then you’ve been able to identify that the real “you” has gotten lost in the shuffle somewhere. You’ve also begun to examine
So you’ve admitted to yourself that you may not really know who you are anymore. Yes, you love your kids and your job doesn’t completely suck, but who YOU are is up for question these days.
Whoooo are you? Who-oo, who-oo? It’s a question that gets asked over and over again during our lives. When we were first developing an identity, it was an easy question to answer. It went something like,
The first post in a blog is always the hardest. It’s the metaphorical opening line at the networking event that you’re desperately hoping to actually network at. It’s the About Me box on every social networking site that you stare at blankly for an hour or so before just typing something like “Happily married to the man of my dreams with 3 amazing kids. I love my life!” Continue reading