Truth telling. Deep breath. Open mouth.

September 13, 2017

    Telling the truth. It’s big. It’s hard. It takes remarkable courage. (Not to say something like “I don’t like peaches” but to say something like “Yesterday, I broke down in tears because I realized that I’m not really happy.”) I believe telling the truth can save our lives. (Along with Wonder Woman.) I had to start telling the truth to myself. To admit …

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Do you ever feel not worthy?

June 26, 2017

    Whoa, this is a doozie. Is it for you? I have so many talks with women about how difficult it can be to prioritize ourselves. About how we intellectually know what “self care” is and how important (apparently) it is but actually putting into action that knowing is so hard. Becoming not just a surviving woman but a thriving woman seems impossible. We …

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Your erotic body

June 13, 2017

  What happened to you when you read those 3 words? Your. Erotic. Body. Did you feel intrigued? Curious? Jealous? Did you roll your eyes and think, fer kerist sake’s, Sophie, enough with the freakin’ body stuff… Did you feel your body shut down? Resist? Turn off? Did you feel yearning? Sadness? Deep whispering desire? Did your mind whirl with judgements or self-critical thoughts? (Perhaps …

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The “Pleasured Body” program

June 6, 2017

  My new program is called”The Pleasured Body” program and it is designed to bring a woman and her body back together. This program is designed to bring a woman and her body back together again through pleasure – the pleasure of movement, the pleasure of nourishment, the pleasure of the senses and the pleasure of emotional release. Don’t know what that means or how to do it? …

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DON’T SHUT ME DOWN! she shouted

May 23, 2017

  This was what my body shouted at me. DON’T SHUT ME DOWN! Really. I could hear her. Have you ever had your body shout at you? Tell him! Say it! I want that. I don’t want to. I don’t like this place. Get me out of here. Just. love. me. I don’t like him/her. I don’t like this. Let’s go. Don’t do it. Say …

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