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3 ways how you can Create Soul Connections with other women.

3 ways how you can Create Soul Connections with other women.

I wanted to bring this up about myself because I feel like I am a total imposter. I've always had more trouble creating connections with females than I do males. Now, I feel like an imposter because in this work that I am doing [in this space], I generally and only work with women. And in my day job, my team is mainly made up of women. 

As a grown ass woman, I was paralysed by FEAR. I felt I was not worthy of any female connections. 

I know how deep and magical feminine energies can be. So I ask myself: WHY the sudden crave (not this is the right word for it) for female connections? And so I journal where this thought pattern came from

WHY SELFIES ARE IMPORTANT – AN INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTINE ROSE ELLE

WHY SELFIES ARE IMPORTANT – AN INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTINE ROSE ELLE

** Just a heads up this is an oldie (this interview was done in May 2016) but a goodie and I really needed to repost it and upload this on my Brave Wallflower Show as well. So you could either watch us or tune in x.

MOST OF US HATE HOW WE LOOK IN PHOTOS. AGREED? WE CAN BE EXTREMELY HARSH AND MEAN TO OURSELVES WHEN IT COMES TO OUR UNIQUE BEAUTY AND BODY IMAGE.

MOTHERS – AN INTERVIEW WITH LYN MYERS [YUP! ME]

Name?

Nazlinah Shah Myers or better known as Lyn Myers.

Where in the world are you?

I was born in Singapore but was raised in Australia. I’m now live in Sydney with my husband + daughter.

Tell me more about you and your family.

I have a daughter, right now she is 2.5 years old. And I am lucky to be married to a supportive man. However, he can only understand what he can understand. [you know what I mean?]

What was your transition into motherhood like?

MOTHERS – MY INTERVIEW WITH JOHANNA GOETZ

Johanna Goetz

Where in the world are you?

I live in a small town in Saskatchewan Canada!

Tell me more about you and your family.

I have been with my husband Mike for almost 6 years. We have been married for 4 years. We have two children. The oldest is our little boy Nicholas who is 3 and the youngest is our baby girl Aria who is 1. My husband works full time and I have been a work from home since we had our son. I work as a Labor and Postpartum Doula in my area as well as serving people in the city near me (Regina). We have been very fortunate in that we both have very supportive families who love spending time with our children.

What was your transition into motherhood like?