when abuse is invisible

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote this article: Invisibles Anonymous and have received quite a few awesome responses from readers, so I believe it’s striking a chord. Here’s a poem that is emerging from that conversation: Much love, Happy D!

Brene Brown Kicks Ass on Netflix – GO GIRL!

Great presentation! Bravo Brené!! I love this: “If you are not in the arena getting your ass kicked on occasion because you were being brave, I am not interested in or open to your opinion about my work.” Hell Yeah!!! “There are millions of cheap seats in the arena. . . don’t pull that stuff from the cheap seats … More Brene Brown Kicks Ass on Netflix – GO GIRL!

If trauma narrows our vision, does ambition widen it?

Ambition seems to be a touchy word in our culture, as though it means you’re selfish, self-centered, or greedy. I don’t think any of these things are true. I think ambition means that you’re taking yourself and your gifts and your contribution seriously. In yesterday’s post, I shared a poster titled “From Powerblind to Running … More If trauma narrows our vision, does ambition widen it?

Double binds suck big time – #1 solution that completely transcends and annihilates the problem

Double binds will confuse you, disarm you, disrupt your life and drain you. That is exactly what they are designed to do. Here is my perspective and experience on transcending the little f*ckers! Knock those suckers out of your life once and for all. You deserve to feel amazing! XOXO Happy D! ps. if you … More Double binds suck big time – #1 solution that completely transcends and annihilates the problem

Stop dimming YOUR VOICE – on minimizing, misogyny, microphones and overcoming deep-seated fears

A couple of days after recording this video, I was enjoying a podcast by Seth Godin and he shared 2 idea-gems that I’d like to share with you: Keep reminding people that the story we tell ourselves matters (AMEN!) You gotta show up. I’m not gonna let you hide. (AMEN AND AMEN!) Shine it, sweetheart! … More Stop dimming YOUR VOICE – on minimizing, misogyny, microphones and overcoming deep-seated fears