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Boundaries ain’t just for kicks

They’re important for your health! This post is re-purposed from a piece I wrote over in my wonderful group: Empowerment for Sensitive Peeps Social. We have AWESOME conversations over there! And actually, the original post was inspired by a conversation I had meeting two lovelies from Adelaide last weekend (hai Kelli and …

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On Being Present, Grounded & Having Good Boundaries

This post is the first in a series I’ve dubbed “Being Sensitive 101” Oyyyy, but do I feel like I’m talking a LOT about boundaries lately. With more to come! Actually, there’s a more in-depth blog post on boundaries on the way, courtesy of the amazing questions being asked in my …

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How to build strong ENERGY boundaries

Hello gorgeous Souls! Recently I wrote about the importance of having healthy behavioural boundaries. As in, not letting people walk all over you, and knowing what’s acceptable or not for your own personal integrity. So… how’re you going with improving your boundaries? I’d love to learn about any insights you’re having! …

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Who Else Needs Healthier Boundaries?

Right now, a common theme for my clients is developing and maintaining healthy personal boundaries. How healthy are yours? Personally, it took me a long time (and many repeated lessons, doh!) to work out what healthy boundaries look like, and establish them in all life circumstances (work, family, personal life, …

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Are you a people pleaser?

Untrained empaths are almost always people pleasers This often means you’d do anything for anyone else, but rarely would you extend yourself the same courtesy. I mean, if you’re all about pleasing people…aren’t you also a person? Why/how did you get left out of the concept of pleasing people? Without …

Being Sensitive 101 online program

Program datesMonday 5th October–Sunday 8th November 00D00H00M00S Are you an empath or highly sensitive person? You MIGHT be if… You’ve often been told that you’re just too sensitive? Too emotional? You find it draining or exhausting to be in large crowdsYou’re a people pleaser, always putting other’s needs before your …

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Female friendship

Our first female friendship is usually with our mother Possibly our sister(s) if we have them. Grandmothers and aunts, too. These early female relationships act as a model for how we relate to ourselves, and with other women. If the women close to us demonstrated grounded self-awareness, kindness and compassion …

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Your value and worth are not related to your body or appearance

This is something I believe passionately. I wrote this sentence in a comment on someone else’s Instagram post and it received some grateful feedback. So I thought I’d share more here. Girls and women are conditioned from a very early age to put up with their appearance being commented on. There …

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What is gaslighting?

A term that’s popping up more and more often these days is G A S L I G H T I N G. Have you heard anyone talk about this? Have you experienced gaslighting yourself? The term “gaslighting” has been used… to describe efforts to manipulate someone’s perception of reality. …

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Do you have “Sorry Syndrome”?

“Wait… did I just hear you apologise to the wall when you hit your elbow just now?” I asked a client this in a session, as we were chatting about why she was there that day. The answer is yes, she did! Honestly though, she’s not alone in this practice …