Hey, it's been a while since I've been present in this space.
A few weeks ago, I posted on social media that I am in the liminal space of growth and evolution - sitting in the unknown. I have been self-employed for a year in September and wow, have I learned a lot in that time. I have become more comfortable in the unknown and given myself permission to change my mind and to evolve...
How are you?
I mean, how are you really?
How often do we ask this question and how often do we answer with honesty and vulnerability? My space here is a place where I want to be 100% honest and authentic with you. I am a ‘feel it all’ type of person and it’s only in the past few years that I have embraced this as a gift and not a curse.
We are in the 5th month of 2022 and if I’m really honest, it’s been emotionally tough. 2022 has so far felt like an initiation.
Asking even more of me.
Asking me to grow beyond my growth edges.
This is something that keeps coming up - I’m seeing it within my own life and also with my clients. ‘Trust the Process’ is what I keep coming back to - an anchor to the present moment.
I want to share some vulnerability with you.
I’ve learned that I am called to being openly vulnerable.
I don’t know when I realised this or how it came about but I now know this is one of my mission’s in life - to share my vulnerability to activate others to feel able to do the same.
I have a strong passion to share my voice so that it lights the path for others towards the healing they most need. We all need some form of healing - as humans we experience many forms of trauma whether it be physical, emotional or psychological - our humanness is our vulnerability.
What does life look and feel like after experiencing sexual trauma?
In this blog post, Stacie shares what inspired her to write a book about healing after sexual trauma and why it was important to write a practical book about the healing journey.
The book is due to be published early autumn this year.
*trigger warning* - take care of yourself and what you most need today.