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THOUGHTS OF A GODDESS

Hop on, fellow Goddesses and Badasses! Join me as I share the twists, turns, and ecstatic moments of my journey as a woman, mother, lover, daughter, sister, friend and guide.

When in Venice

When in Venice

Have you ever had a moment when you fully embraced your Goddess nature? Maybe a night when you fully inhabited every inch of your juicy divine feminine? I’d like to share a story of one night when I did just that, the night I received a standing ovation in Venice: After I graduated with my master's my then-husband and I took a six-week trip to Italy and France. #dreamvaca While we were in Venice, we decided to go to a Vivaldi concerto. Vivaldi is my favorite composer and he is from...

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On Looking Back (and Finding Skeletons in Your Closet)

On Looking Back (and Finding Skeletons in Your Closet)

I have spent a lot of time reviewing my life. Taking a look at my childhood and early adulthood in an effort to better understand myself. My strengths. My weaknesses. My accomplishments. Times I could have made different choices. How did I become this strong? This scared?  Where I have shown courage? Paralyzing fear?  When did I "quit" and when did I "re-evaluate" or "resign" or "save my soul"?  It's been an interesting process, and one not everyone understands. "Why rehash what is in the...

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Learned Fearlessness

Learned Fearlessness

If you've ever taken a psychology class you've probably heard about Martin Seligman's theory of learned helplessness. Essentially, the idea is that over time, if one experiences painful events that are out of one's control, eventually one stops even trying to avoid the incident. Characteristics of learned helplessness include decreased motivation and negative emotions like sadness and anxiety - even anger and frustration. Eventually, one believes that no matter what they do, things will not...

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