Posts Tagged ‘rejection’

Video Blog: Don’t Be Perfect! Just Do It!

September 24th, 2012 by Laura Longley

Yesterday on my morning walk I had an epiphany about how wanting everything to be just so prevents me from doing things that I want to do. The side effect of this, is that it also prevents me from being authentic. This video shares the realization I had and how becoming more authentic – and…

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Ouch. That Hurts! Turning Disappointment into Inspiration

September 10th, 2012 by Laura Longley

Sometimes we get feedback that is hurtful. An experience I had recently helped me to see that this painful feedback was reinforcing what my heart had already been trying to tell me, if I had only paid attention. The rejection I experienced was the final message from the Universe that I needed to be able…

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Telling the Truth (my Truth) Can Be Scary

May 9th, 2012 by Laura Longley

When I first started this blog a few months ago it was because I knew I needed to speak my truth. I had gotten messages in a number of ways in the months leading up to beginning to blog that let me know in no uncertain terms that this was what I needed to do.…

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Blockages Mean Take A Different Path

May 7th, 2012 by Laura Longley

It is amazing to me how sensitive I still am to perceived rejection or exclusion from a group.  A few months ago I began attending a local church, and recently decided to officially join. My primary reason for attending and joining a church is that I want to develop a community of friends and the…

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

April 7th, 2012 by Laura Longley

My next door neighbors have two miniature greyhounds.  I’m sure they are very nice dogs, but they bark. Every time they go out into the backyard.  My computer is in the kitchen, which is at the back of the house, so I spend a lot of time there.  My bedroom is also at the back…

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