Dr. Kim’s Blog
Motivation + Inspiration
It’s natural to fear rejection. We don’t like being talked about behind our back or kept out of conversations. It’s hard to hear criticism. It hurts, and we fear the possibility of that hurt ever happening again. So we find ways to defend ourselves from that fear (but at what cost).
Take some time to sit with your emotions, using this visualization of a guest house.
Wind Down Wednesdays–a midweek reset for your brain and body
Making everyone happy is impossible. Learn to let go of approval and live a self-full life.
Mud Day was developed to let children know that it’s ok to get messy. In fact, messy free play boosts all levels of healthy development, including creativity. Read on for ideas on how to host your own Mud Day.
Noticing and sitting with our feelings of fear lets us view adversity as a time for growth. Life brings us unexpected things, and it’s ok to feel the pain of that a bit, comfort yourself, and move into the growth it can bring.