A woman’s conditioned mind is hard to escape. Being a woman, I’ve learned that the idea of “love” was deeply engraved in my subconscious as a young girl and as a woman today it is still part of me. Although, I continue to beam my light of consciousness and awareness on it, it continues to run and live within me. For most women, the idea of wearing a white dress and walking down the aisle as the prince charming awaits with a smile on his face is somewhat a dream instilled in us from a very young age.Read More
Friend: a noun typically meaning a person who was initially a stranger but we chose to build a bond with. Someone we allow to meet our family, someone who we share secrets and life lessons with. A connection I failed to appreciate and truly understand for a number of years, which is why I decided to write this blog. Unfortunately, I don’t think my lack of understanding resigns only inside of my old friendship but remain in many friendships around me today. From observations of my surroundings, I truly believe many of friendships between women in our society today don’t have the substance, or bond it appears to have.Read More
With time, I age. With time, I lose but learn. With time, I grow more into whatever "she" is meant to be. The more layers I find, the more layers grow. I am the result of my experiences, relationships, conversations, interactions and environment. Hundreds and thousands of people have imprinted on me. And although, some have left a deeper imprint than others, I still uncover little marks left on the surface.Read More
Both Individuals Need To Be Self Aware
Self awareness eliminates unnecessary loops of arguments that are never ending. Understanding your habits, thought patterns and attachment style as an individual will help your partner better understand you. If you don't understand yourself, how can you expect another person to be able to?
hroughout our beautiful journey in life, we tend to get lost and follow the path travelled by most without ever questioning why. This laid out constant pattern created by society of how were supposed to live, brought me to a year of questioning myself, my ideas, my wants, and especially my purpose. A couple months after graduating college, I began this journey of self-discovery that has transformed me completely. I am now aware of who I am, which can sound silly to others but certainly important. I know what I ultimately want, what my happiness looks and smells like. I know I am one of a kind and I would love for others to embark on a journey of their own to discover this profound feeling of self-awareness.Read More