In my community, the topic of “self-love” comes up a lot.
As women of what I like to call the “what’s next generation,” who crave life beyond ambition, struggle to feel worthy and deserving of this. These feelings of not being enough didn’t just pop up out of nowhere.
They have been buried for a long time. Due to certain life circumstances; empty nesting, change in relationship status(divorce/death), and or examining one’s legacy and the “what’s my purpose” question - women our age are in a state of rediscovering who they are.
In this week’s episode, I talk to Gina Leago, an x-trial lawyer, turned spiritual psychologist, who shares her story of trauma, resilience, and the importance of self-love. She dives deep into examining our triggers, and identifying them so everyone has a chance to move toward healing and growth.
As moms, daughters, sisters, and strong women, it’s easy to lose our voice. Serving others, especially those that we love, takes center stage. Thus, our stuff gets pushed so far down into the depths of our belly, that digging ourselves out of it - cannot be done alone.
Gina offers a few tips on how and where to start and I am confident you will be inspired.
3:03|How a traumatic experience of a sibling’s death from AIDS led to her heart closure and robotic behavior.
9:48|Shift your perspective to a positive belief to change your reality.
13:47|Changing how society views substance abuse disorder and how being vulnerable creates healing.
16:00|Healing is an ongoing process and learning to look at your life in a spiritual context.
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