I Am Always The Strong One

I am always the strong one.  At least that is the illusion I told myself.  I am the one who remains clear headed and calm while the chaos ensues around me.  I’m the one that handles the crisis during the crisis.  The cost is I don’t get to my feelings Read more…

I struggle

What am I going to write about? The time I struggled and showed my ass by behaving like I’d lost my mind? There are moments I feel like I’m part of the circus or better yet starring in a sit-com.  My life is far from always being full of laughter though Read more…

How do you Dance in the Rain?

Doubt means “a feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction.”  Even today I have moments of doubt.  I sometimes struggle with things I cannot control namely other peoples free will.  This is more than evident as I parent our wonderful little boy as he is healing from PTSD.  And sometimes after Read more…

Self-Esteem: Reclaiming Yours

Feeling stuck or in pain sucks. Gaining awareness is the first step in healing your self-esteem and living life in happiness. Join me tomorrow morning, November 15th at 9am Eastern, for a real and vulnerable conversation with my friend, Nami Nesterowicz. You will be so glad you did. And while you Read more…

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/95639/self-care-self-love

Join in my honest, open, sometimes humorous conversation with Amy Braido about balance & self-care? What is self-care? Why should you care about self-care? This week I am live and so excited to receive your calls with questions and comments: 1-866-472-5791.  Tune in Tuesday 11/8/16 at 9am Eastern. Source: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/95639/self-care-self-love

Learning to Fly

I clearly heard words from Tom Petty: “I’m learning to fly. But I ain’t got wings.” What does this mean? I’m learning to fly and soar.  I don’t have wings and yet I can fly anyway.  When I’m high and soaring in my power, I used to bring myself down because Read more…

Is It Too Good To Be True?

I’ve been having conversations recently with a friend.  He truly wants to find and enjoy a long term committed relationship.  His relationship experience is dotted with disappointment and hurt.  He recently met someone new and they clicked. In one breath, he tells me about their amazing connection.  They enjoy spending Read more…

You Can Pee In A Meeting!

When you’re in a personal or business conversation with someone you care about, and your conversation becomes negative or argumentative, how do you respond? Do you argue back, withdraw inside or flee out of the room? I used to handle it either by withdrawing inside and saying nothing, crying (usually Read more…