Welcome to the Pursuit of You! Created to help you pursue ultimate happiness by (1) discovering and validating your feelings, (2) communicating them in healthy ways, and (3) building a network of people who will love and validate you in all the ways you deserve.
Episode 14- Our emotional mass impacts the way we interact with other people and the way they interact with us. Understanding our emotional mass allows us to bring more intention to the way we communicate our needs and build relationships.
Episode 13- Self-Care is not only about taking care of our mind and body, but also being mindful of our impact. How do we become more aware of our impact in order to improve our relationships?
Episode 12- When we choose to end a relationship, we may experience grief. Not processing our grief can impact our ability to move forward in a healthy way. Our fear of that grief may also cause us to stay in an unhealthy relationship. Find out how to move forward in spite of self-inflicted grief.
Episode 11- What stops us from being happy? The lenses we see the world and our relationships through. Understanding the lenses we use helps us make decisions about what we do and don't allow into our lives.
Episode 10- One thing that clouds our communication with our loved ones is the belief in universal needs. Our needs and our feelings are personal and when we own them we can find the right people and solutions to help us meet our needs.
Episide 9- How do you introduce new boundaries to your current relationships without fear of rejection? By identifying your ideal outcome and then approaching your loved ones with the right plan.
Episode 8- Where does our self-worth come from? Who decides when our feelings & needs are worthy of attention? Assigning our own value is complicated especially when all we want is to be loved by others.?
Episode 7- How do you find the right care community? Exploring our feelings and finding the right people to care is a lot like standing outside the door to a party. Have you ever been there before?
Episode 6- Vulnerability is an indiscriminate force. Without mindful processing and releasing of vulnerability we can find ourselves a part of the wrong care communities. Ones that drain us, or that we feel inadequate participating in.
Episode 5- Can I Speak to the Manager? How can we ensure we're empathizing and balancing our feelings with those in our care communities? What makes someone worthy of being a part of our care community and who gets to decide?
Episode 4- What does it mean to balance our feelings? How do we know when we're out of balance and what can we do about it? Healthy relationships require empathy and balance but we need to make sure we're taking care of our own peace.
Episode 3- Identifying internal and external limitations, understanding our most prominent barrier: universal truths v. personal truths, and 5 undeniable facts about your needs.
Episode 2- How to know if someone's feedback is helpful and trustworthy, plus, how to improve and strengthen our care communities.
Episode 1- Including the two elements of healthy communication, 1) expressive, blameless language, and 2) a partner with the emotional capacity to listen.
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