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We learn something from everyone that crosses our path. People come into our life for a season, a reason, or for a lifetime. They key is understanding the role that people were meant to play. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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We learn something from everyone that crosses our path. People come into our life for a season, a reason, or for a lifetime. They key is understanding the role that people were meant to play. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Featuring @zenproverbs ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Tag a friend and share this to your story and tag @_mindfullyfresh !⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Click the button in the bio to receive free resources where we focus on stregthening mental health⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Follow ➡️ @_mindfullyfresh ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #difficultrelationships #difficultpeople #agingparents #toxicrelationships #relationshiphelp #toxicpeople #creatingspace #coparentingtips #divorcepodcast #relationshiptips #empoweryourself #conflictresolution #hardlife #conflict #selflove #selflovequotes #eckharttolle #brenebrown #nomoretoxic #narcissist #sociopath #bestronger #loveyourself #gettoxicfree #narcissists #narcissistabuse #emotionalabuse #theyllneverbehappy #stoptoleratingabuse #verbalabuse ...

; Trauma sucks, tough experiences suck, being betrayed by adults sucks, hurting sucks, and pain can suck. But you have to ask your self one questions: what sucks more, being in the same place forever or taking my power back and changing my life? You do have a choice. Happy Wednesday ✨🦋.

; Trauma sucks, tough experiences suck, being betrayed by adults sucks, hurting sucks, and pain can suck. But you have to ask your self one questions: what sucks more, being in the same place forever or taking my power back and changing my life? You do have a choice. Happy Wednesday ✨🦋 ...

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People pleasing, indirectly communicating needs, overly caretaking...these are just some of the ways inner wars start.  It's by prioritizing something other than your inner peace as more important than you. 
In essence, it's about getting clear about what you want and need and clearly communicating that to others in a way that they can hear and honor you. 
Sometimes that is easier said than done but look at the cost. 
When you give up something you need to keep the peace, how much suffering do you experience? 
And, are you really showing up authentically and truthfully in that relationship? 
What are your thoughts? How does this show up in your life? What areas are you struggling with the most? 
Share in the comments below. And as a gentle reminder, if you feel super stuck, DM me for a free 15 min quickie session. 🚑 🏥 🕊️ 💖.

People pleasing, indirectly communicating needs, overly caretaking...these are just some of the ways inner wars start. It's by prioritizing something other than your inner peace as more important than you. In essence, it's about getting clear about what you want and need and clearly communicating that to others in a way that they can hear and honor you. Sometimes that is easier said than done but look at the cost. When you give up something you need to keep the peace, how much suffering do you experience? And, are you really showing up authentically and truthfully in that relationship? What are your thoughts? How does this show up in your life? What areas are you struggling with the most? Share in the comments below. And as a gentle reminder, if you feel super stuck, DM me for a free 15 min quickie session. 🚑 🏥 🕊️ 💖 ...

Sometimes it’s so easy to go to that place of all the things that 𝙖𝙧𝙚𝙣‘𝙩 working in your life.

As humans, that’s just how we are wired—so don’t feel bad. Your body has something called an 𝘼𝙈𝙔𝙂𝘿𝘼𝙇𝘼-(u-mig-duh-la)—and if it had a mantra, it would be... 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩‘𝙨 𝙬𝙧𝙤𝙣𝙜? 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩‘𝙨 𝙬𝙧𝙤𝙣𝙜??? If it were a person, it’d be your Aunt Dorothy who jumps at every loud noise and who wrings her hands all the time.

Just know that this is how you are made.

But also, know THIS:
You can make that amygdala your bitch yo.
🤣🤣🤣 But you can.

You can totally make it go to sleep with some simple practices.

One of them is 𝐆𝐑𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐓𝐔𝐃𝐄.

When you start the habit of looking for what’s right—you are disrupting the normal pattern of 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩‘𝙨 𝙬𝙧𝙤𝙣𝙜?! To be honest, if the cavemen would have cultivated a gratitude practice, they would have been more zen—for sure—but they wouldn’t have lasted long either.

Their world required them to be constantly assessing what was wrong, but our world is actually pretty safe.

At least where I live in South Dakota. I don’t know where you are, but our statistics say that overall, the world we find ourselves in has never been safer. 
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What I propose:
Get into the habit today —of looking for what’s 𝙍𝙄𝙂𝙃𝙏.

Can you try?
You are going against your wiring, so it’s hard work—but it’s so worth it.  Have a gorgeous day my friends ❤️❤️❤️
Love, Lis ❌⭕️❌
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#lisacarrcoaching #louisehay #untamedheart #carryonwarrior #eatpraylove #lovewarrior #marthabeck #thefouragreements #fuckitdiet#abbywambach #wolfpack#efttapping #gamfeoflife #waynedyer #toshasilver #elizabethgilbert #gabbybernstein #theuniversehasyourback #quoteoftheday #inspirationalquotes
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Sometimes it’s so easy to go to that place of all the things that 𝙖𝙧𝙚𝙣‘𝙩 working in your life. As humans, that’s just how we are wired—so don’t feel bad. Your body has something called an 𝘼𝙈𝙔𝙂𝘿𝘼𝙇𝘼-(u-mig-duh-la)—and if it had a mantra, it would be... 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩‘𝙨 𝙬𝙧𝙤𝙣𝙜? 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩‘𝙨 𝙬𝙧𝙤𝙣𝙜??? If it were a person, it’d be your Aunt Dorothy who jumps at every loud noise and who wrings her hands all the time. Just know that this is how you are made. But also, know THIS: You can make that amygdala your bitch yo. 🤣🤣🤣 But you can. You can totally make it go to sleep with some simple practices. One of them is 𝐆𝐑𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐓𝐔𝐃𝐄. When you start the habit of looking for what’s right—you are disrupting the normal pattern of 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩‘𝙨 𝙬𝙧𝙤𝙣𝙜?! To be honest, if the cavemen would have cultivated a gratitude practice, they would have been more zen—for sure—but they wouldn’t have lasted long either. Their world required them to be constantly assessing what was wrong, but our world is actually pretty safe. At least where I live in South Dakota. I don’t know where you are, but our statistics say that overall, the world we find ourselves in has never been safer. So. What I propose: Get into the habit today —of looking for what’s 𝙍𝙄𝙂𝙃𝙏. Can you try? You are going against your wiring, so it’s hard work—but it’s so worth it. Have a gorgeous day my friends ❤️❤️❤️ Love, Lis ❌⭕️❌ • • • • • #lisacarrcoaching #louisehay #untamedheart #carryonwarrior #eatpraylove #lovewarrior #marthabeck #thefouragreements #fuckitdiet #abbywambach #wolfpack #efttapping #gamfeoflife #waynedyer #toshasilver #elizabethgilbert #gabbybernstein #theuniversehasyourback #quoteoftheday #inspirationalquotes #glennondoyle #brenebrown #southdakotagram #soulfood #soulsisters #bigmagic #discover ...

Forgiveness is hard, y'all. We're taught that forgiveness = being the better person, practicing self care, releasing all that negative energy. But sometimes it feels impossible to put hurt to rest. Try approaching it from a different angle: imagine that bad experience as a gift. Some of the strongest people we know drew their strength from trauma, and true growth can sprout from the ashes. We'd love to hear your thoughts on forgiveness. And if you're not ready or willing to forgive someone, that's okay, too..

Forgiveness is hard, y'all. We're taught that forgiveness = being the better person, practicing self care, releasing all that negative energy. But sometimes it feels impossible to put hurt to rest. Try approaching it from a different angle: imagine that bad experience as a gift. Some of the strongest people we know drew their strength from trauma, and true growth can sprout from the ashes. We'd love to hear your thoughts on forgiveness. And if you're not ready or willing to forgive someone, that's okay, too. ...

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How many times have we said to ourselves, you not good enough, how dare you, what’s your qualifications? How many times have we stomped on a dream with judgement that we are not worthy?
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I know I have many times because that meant I needed to step out of the box that was defined by personal/cultural/societal expectations and go against everything that I know.
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Enough!! It’s time to dare greatly, step up, break open that box and reach within because therein lies the magic of me and you.
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Im ready, whose joining me? 💪🏼
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#faith #trust #daregreatly #brenebrown #oprah #michaelbeckwith #spirituality #awaken #brave #justdoit.

How many times have we said to ourselves, you not good enough, how dare you, what’s your qualifications? How many times have we stomped on a dream with judgement that we are not worthy? . I know I have many times because that meant I needed to step out of the box that was defined by personal/cultural/societal expectations and go against everything that I know. . Enough!! It’s time to dare greatly, step up, break open that box and reach within because therein lies the magic of me and you. . Im ready, whose joining me? 💪🏼 . #faith #trust #daregreatly #brenebrown #oprah #michaelbeckwith #spirituality #awaken #brave #justdoit ...

🌟EPISODE 22. Part 2🌟

Settle in for Pt. 2 of our live recordings from The Struggle Is Real, 'cos next up is Leanne Staffer, author of Shit You Didn't Think Would Happen to You, survivor of both domestic abuse and breast cancer, and advocate for women sharing their struggles.
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Her ultra-religious upbringing landed her in a controlling, manipulative marriage, and it took close to a decade for her to convince her family (and herself) that she needed help. The stress of this life - and extricating herself from it amid gossip and society's misperceptions - resulted in a cancer diagnosis.
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Then our very own Elisha reveals how she survived a predatory mentor, who recognized and capitalized on her vulnerabilities, how her inability to say

🌟EPISODE 22. Part 2🌟 Settle in for Pt. 2 of our live recordings from The Struggle Is Real, 'cos next up is Leanne Staffer, author of Shit You Didn't Think Would Happen to You, survivor of both domestic abuse and breast cancer, and advocate for women sharing their struggles. • Her ultra-religious upbringing landed her in a controlling, manipulative marriage, and it took close to a decade for her to convince her family (and herself) that she needed help. The stress of this life - and extricating herself from it amid gossip and society's misperceptions - resulted in a cancer diagnosis. • Then our very own Elisha reveals how she survived a predatory mentor, who recognized and capitalized on her vulnerabilities, how her inability to say "No" got her tangled in a vicious lawsuit that almost scuppered her hard-built business, and how the "gift" of grieving the loss of her mother in real time closed the loop and led to where she is now - 100% confident in who she is as a person, and no longer seeking to fill a bottomless hole. • These gripping, emotional testimonies are a privilege to witness, and offer valuable insights that will benefit every single one of us. 👏🏼💪🏼⚡️ • Follow the link in our bio to tune in now! 📸: @amyshick ...

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some things I learned from the power of vulnerability by Brené Brown:
be yourself. belong to yourself first. don’t be defined by what others think or you will lose touch with who you are. be vulnerable. fall, you will fall. rise. its not the critic that counts but the man in the arena, who is putting himself out there. embrace discomfort. practice gratitude daily. you got this. be you.
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#motivationalquotes #love #selflove #courage #courageous #quoteoftheday #brenebrown #bethelove #beyou #beyourself #doit.

❤️ some things I learned from the power of vulnerability by Brené Brown: be yourself. belong to yourself first. don’t be defined by what others think or you will lose touch with who you are. be vulnerable. fall, you will fall. rise. its not the critic that counts but the man in the arena, who is putting himself out there. embrace discomfort. practice gratitude daily. you got this. be you. . . . #motivationalquotes #love #selflove #courage #courageous #quoteoftheday #brenebrown #bethelove #beyou #beyourself #doit ...

🍁 I'm a big fan of Brene Brown's, and this quote has got me thinking about connection and dementia. If she is right, it would make sense that I feel so disconnected from my mum, those things are impossible for us now. To be completely honest, I felt like I began to lose her a long time ago. Perhaps you can still feel connected to someone when you can just remember feeling mutually seen, heard and valued, however. But sadly, I now even feel disconnected from the memory of when she was well
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In truth, my mum has not been herself for so long that I don’t really feel like her daughter anymore. Because she has been fading in front of my eyes for so many years, sometimes it’s hard to remember what she was really like. It almost feels like that mother was a dream, or part of another life. So even remembering old times, they almost don’t even really feel like my memories which is pretty sad sometimes. I’ve spent a long time with my mother unwell, getting progressively worse, that those memories mostly override the times when she was in perfect health. I obviously feel a huge sense of duty towards her, but very sadly that’s all it feels like now. Not because there is a sense of connection in the form of a mother/daughter relationship. Her well self compared to how she is now is so unbelievably different both physically and mentally, that she isn’t recognisable as the person she was before. .
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Does anyone else who has a parent that developed dementia when they were young feel this way?
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These things aren’t easy to write down, let alone for people to see, but I hope to help others thinking similar thoughts to feel that they aren’t alone. Sharing also helps to relieve me of some of the shame I experience when thinking these things.

🍁 I'm a big fan of Brene Brown's, and this quote has got me thinking about connection and dementia. If she is right, it would make sense that I feel so disconnected from my mum, those things are impossible for us now. To be completely honest, I felt like I began to lose her a long time ago. Perhaps you can still feel connected to someone when you can just remember feeling mutually seen, heard and valued, however. But sadly, I now even feel disconnected from the memory of when she was well . 🍁 . In truth, my mum has not been herself for so long that I don’t really feel like her daughter anymore. Because she has been fading in front of my eyes for so many years, sometimes it’s hard to remember what she was really like. It almost feels like that mother was a dream, or part of another life. So even remembering old times, they almost don’t even really feel like my memories which is pretty sad sometimes. I’ve spent a long time with my mother unwell, getting progressively worse, that those memories mostly override the times when she was in perfect health. I obviously feel a huge sense of duty towards her, but very sadly that’s all it feels like now. Not because there is a sense of connection in the form of a mother/daughter relationship. Her well self compared to how she is now is so unbelievably different both physically and mentally, that she isn’t recognisable as the person she was before. . 🍁 . Does anyone else who has a parent that developed dementia when they were young feel this way? . 🍁 . These things aren’t easy to write down, let alone for people to see, but I hope to help others thinking similar thoughts to feel that they aren’t alone. Sharing also helps to relieve me of some of the shame I experience when thinking these things ...