Uncovering Hidden Anger is Good for Our Self-Worth and Intimate Relationships

Here are examples of experiences that cause low self-worth, loneliness, and hidden anger:  Forcing yourself to forget about certain feelings and then forgetting you forgot them. Due to being pushed to your limit by later experiences, the buried feelings poke at you,...

Podcast Ep. 272: Are You Disappointed? Or Is It That You’re Angry?

In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I talk about how not distinguishing between anger and disappointment can block us from taking care of ourselves and moving forward. Disappointment is the emotional state we experience when people,...

Podcast Ep. 256: On Grief and Grieving and Why It Brings the People Pleaser Out in Us

March 28th marks five years since my father died. In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions podcast, I share recent insights I’ve gained from exploring my quiet grief, including why we don’t have to be people pleasers about our grief and...

Podcast Ep. 250: We Will Be Changed By The Things We Do (and that’s okay)

In this two-hundred-and-fiftieth (!!!) episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I share some of the lessons I’ve learned about change and evolution as a result of making the show. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Android 5...

Love isn’t making you ‘crazy’; reality-check the relationship

An easy trap to fall into is reasoning that the dramatic shift in your behaviour, being consumed by someone, and feeling the acute turmoil of the relationship, is a measure of and response to your love for this person. But it’s not love making you feel, think...