“Our body is no dumb thing from which we struggle to free ourselves… from which we learn to feel, to move, to smell, to touch, to listen, to hunger and to love.”
~Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes,
Women Who Run with the Wolves.
We challenge ourselves to improve every area of our lives, but often invite people into our space that treat us “casually.” Question: How do we detect casual behavior from a potential suitor, business partner or friendship?
Every week, I recite Dr. Pinkola-Estes’s quote to myself for a couple of reasons. One, it’s powerful. Two, it speaks volumes to women’s emotional struggles in pursuing education, personal freedoms, and independence.
Jim Rohn, (1930-2009) one of the world’s former master communicators once said, “To communicate well, don’t treat conversations (and people) casually.” Rohn referred to the word ‘casually’ meaning without sufficient care. He said, “Casualness brings casualties in the … Read More