For a long time, I didn’t realize I was so afraid. I always thought of myself as a strong person, someone who could stand tall in the face of adversity. But recently, I’ve come to realize that I’ve kept my loved ones at arm’s length for years, all because I’m afraid of losing them. My strength, it turns out, came at the expense of my tenderness.
On today’s episode, I’m opening up about my recent trip to Costa Rica and all the pain, grief, and fear I uncovered there. I’m sharing how I’ve come to terms with my fear of intimacy and closeness, and I’m getting real about how I want to learn to love.
When I die, I don’t want to be known as someone who was strong, unwavering, or tough. I want to be known as a woman who loved deeply and without fear, someone who wasn’t afraid to love so hard it hurt. That’s the kind of person I’m going to become, and I invite you to do the same.
What’s in this episode:
My experience grieving my son when we thought he wouldn’t make it
Coming to terms with my struggles to be intimate with the ones I love
Why I put up barriers to keep myself from getting hurt again
How ignoring your pain can become a detriment to the healing process
Why strength and coldness seem to come hand-in-hand
My experience with past life regression and reconnecting with old grief
How I unlocked this pain and grief during my trip to Costa Rica
Why it’s okay not to be strong and to instead feel deeply and without fear
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