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  • 𝐊𝐢𝐧𝐝𝐧𝐞𝐬𝐬 in Nursing ⁣
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This is something I think we get backwards in the culture of nursing and medicine. It’s very common while in nursing school to hear “nurses eat their young” and I’m always perplexed that this is a commonality for new nurses/students. Being mean does not show strength but instead it shows ⁣𝗪 𝐄 𝐀 𝐊 𝐍 𝐄 𝐒 𝐒.
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Many nursing students and new nurses have experienced being singled out or bullied from other nurses in the field. Why is this? Most importantly why are we letting it be ok or a normality in the field? I guarantee you that more people would rather have a good experience from another that inspires them to be a better healthcare professional than a bad one that makes you question yourself on why you even went into this field.⁣
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I know that this doesn’t only happen in nursing but all healthcare fields. I’ve seen many physicians try to break down each other’s ego every single day on the unit, it’s not efficient nor acceptable. Let’s try to continue to set a better example to one another. Working as a team, helping one another only makes us stronger and sets higher outcomes of achievement in the standard of patient care. The real power you will feel is when you are genuinely kind. 𝐓𝐫𝐲 𝐢𝐭 𝐬𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐞.
  • 𝐊𝐢𝐧𝐝𝐧𝐞𝐬𝐬 in Nursing ⁣


    This is something I think we get backwards in the culture of nursing and medicine. It’s very common while in nursing school to hear “nurses eat their young” and I’m always perplexed that this is a commonality for new nurses/students. Being mean does not show strength but instead it shows ⁣𝗪 𝐄 𝐀 𝐊 𝐍 𝐄 𝐒 𝐒.

    Many nursing students and new nurses have experienced being singled out or bullied from other nurses in the field. Why is this? Most importantly why are we letting it be ok or a normality in the field? I guarantee you that more people would rather have a good experience from another that inspires them to be a better healthcare professional than a bad one that makes you question yourself on why you even went into this field.⁣

    I know that this doesn’t only happen in nursing but all healthcare fields. I’ve seen many physicians try to break down each other’s ego every single day on the unit, it’s not efficient nor acceptable. Let’s try to continue to set a better example to one another. Working as a team, helping one another only makes us stronger and sets higher outcomes of achievement in the standard of patient care. The real power you will feel is when you are genuinely kind. 𝐓𝐫𝐲 𝐢𝐭 𝐬𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐞.
  • 448 37 21 February, 2020
  • I am a PhD student, and the fact that I am still a student confuses a lot of people because they assume this means I am still “studying”, handing in assignments, and sitting exams. While for some people in some countries, a small proportion of their PhD does include this, most of obtaining a PhD is not like doing a bachelors degree or equivalent.
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I don’t speak for all PhD students, but for me, my PhD has been essentially like working as an apprentice in that you do the same work as the people around you but you are sort of still in training. The difference though is that in a PhD you are attempting to further knowledge in your field during your studies. For me this has meant studying proteins in ways that nobody ever has before. I currently know things about my proteins that nobody else in the world other than myself and my supervisors may know until we publish that work. PhD students are creating knew knowledge about the thing they study. And unlike in a bachelors degree where you learn about many topics, in a PhD you generally really focus in on one or a few things in incredible detail. I trust that few others care about some of the details I know about my proteins, but it is cool to know that I’ve learned something new about them!
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So how do we actually generate this knowledge? As science PhDs, we perform experiments, run analyses and dig deep into big questions in our respective areas. For me, my PhD has been more than a full time job. Every day of the week I have been in the lab, or at my computer running experiments, analyzing data, reading papers, making sense of everything I am learning and then forming new questions and repeating this over and over and over. As you can imagine, after 3, 4, 5 or more years of this we really do become experts at the thing our PhD focused on, and that’s the idea! .
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PhDs are becoming experts on their topic and furthering knowledge in their field. You can do a PhD on anything that excites you! People do PhDs on books like Harry Potter, TV shows, on proteins involved in cell death, on genes involved in cancer, on planets in other galaxies, in theoretical principles that may not even be real! That’s a PhD!
  • I am a PhD student, and the fact that I am still a student confuses a lot of people because they assume this means I am still “studying”, handing in assignments, and sitting exams. While for some people in some countries, a small proportion of their PhD does include this, most of obtaining a PhD is not like doing a bachelors degree or equivalent.
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    I don’t speak for all PhD students, but for me, my PhD has been essentially like working as an apprentice in that you do the same work as the people around you but you are sort of still in training. The difference though is that in a PhD you are attempting to further knowledge in your field during your studies. For me this has meant studying proteins in ways that nobody ever has before. I currently know things about my proteins that nobody else in the world other than myself and my supervisors may know until we publish that work. PhD students are creating knew knowledge about the thing they study. And unlike in a bachelors degree where you learn about many topics, in a PhD you generally really focus in on one or a few things in incredible detail. I trust that few others care about some of the details I know about my proteins, but it is cool to know that I’ve learned something new about them!
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    So how do we actually generate this knowledge? As science PhDs, we perform experiments, run analyses and dig deep into big questions in our respective areas. For me, my PhD has been more than a full time job. Every day of the week I have been in the lab, or at my computer running experiments, analyzing data, reading papers, making sense of everything I am learning and then forming new questions and repeating this over and over and over. As you can imagine, after 3, 4, 5 or more years of this we really do become experts at the thing our PhD focused on, and that’s the idea! .
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    PhDs are becoming experts on their topic and furthering knowledge in their field. You can do a PhD on anything that excites you! People do PhDs on books like Harry Potter, TV shows, on proteins involved in cell death, on genes involved in cancer, on planets in other galaxies, in theoretical principles that may not even be real! That’s a PhD!
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  • Celebrating at brunch because I’m DONE with my in training exam!! 🥂🎉🥳 Well... technically done with 1/4 of it (hopefully lol assuming I passed 😂)... my derm residency class is the first switching to a new board certification process! We take the BASIC exam our 1st year (so I took it last year) and then between our 2nd and 3rd years we need to take and pass 4 modules (Medical Derm, Pediatric Derm, Derm Surgery, and Dermatopathology) as part of the CORE exam before we can sit for our real deal board exam after we graduate from residency. 😬 The prior in training exam was a once a year exam with all 4 of those modules in 1 exam. Hope all my fellow 2nd year derm residents did well and are doing something fun to celebrate too today!!! 💕🥰 #dermresidency #boardexams
  • Celebrating at brunch because I’m DONE with my in training exam!! 🥂🎉🥳 Well... technically done with 1/4 of it (hopefully lol assuming I passed 😂)... my derm residency class is the first switching to a new board certification process! We take the BASIC exam our 1st year (so I took it last year) and then between our 2nd and 3rd years we need to take and pass 4 modules (Medical Derm, Pediatric Derm, Derm Surgery, and Dermatopathology) as part of the CORE exam before we can sit for our real deal board exam after we graduate from residency. 😬 The prior in training exam was a once a year exam with all 4 of those modules in 1 exam. Hope all my fellow 2nd year derm residents did well and are doing something fun to celebrate too today!!! 💕🥰 #dermresidency #boardexams
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  • A few mnemonics to help you memorize the different classes of antiarrhythmics!⁣
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𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟏 - 𝐍𝐚+ 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬 ⁣
Medical uses: ⁣
1a - ventricular arrhythmias, prevention of paroxysmal recurrent afib, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, increased QT interval⁣
1b - ventricular tachycardia, prevention + treatment of MI⁣
1c - prevention of paroxysmal afib, treating recurrent tachyarrhythmias⁣
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𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟐 - 𝐁𝐞𝐭𝐚 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬 ⁣
Medical uses:⁣
To decrease MI mortality, prevent recurrence of tachyarrhythmias⁣
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𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟑 - 𝐊+ 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬⁣
Medical uses:⁣
Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, paroxysmal afib, stable ventricular tachycardia⁣
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𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟒 - 𝐂𝐚𝟐+ 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬⁣
Medical uses:⁣
Prevention of recurring paroxysmal SVT, to reduce ventricular rate in pt with afib⁣
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PS - 𝐜𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟓 drugs have variable mechanisms of action! The drugs in this class are = adenosine, digoxin, and magnesium sulfate⁣
  • A few mnemonics to help you memorize the different classes of antiarrhythmics!⁣

    𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟏 - 𝐍𝐚+ 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬 ⁣
    Medical uses: ⁣
    1a - ventricular arrhythmias, prevention of paroxysmal recurrent afib, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, increased QT interval⁣
    1b - ventricular tachycardia, prevention + treatment of MI⁣
    1c - prevention of paroxysmal afib, treating recurrent tachyarrhythmias⁣

    𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟐 - 𝐁𝐞𝐭𝐚 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬 ⁣
    Medical uses:⁣
    To decrease MI mortality, prevent recurrence of tachyarrhythmias⁣

    𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟑 - 𝐊+ 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬⁣
    Medical uses:⁣
    Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, paroxysmal afib, stable ventricular tachycardia⁣

    𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟒 - 𝐂𝐚𝟐+ 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐫𝐬⁣
    Medical uses:⁣
    Prevention of recurring paroxysmal SVT, to reduce ventricular rate in pt with afib⁣

    PS - 𝐜𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝟓 drugs have variable mechanisms of action! The drugs in this class are = adenosine, digoxin, and magnesium sulfate⁣
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  • Opposition and Discourse
When I was in foster care I had parents that had a firm rule that no one could speak on a subject that they hadn't read at least 10 books on the subject. 3 of those books Had to be dissenting views on the subject. This was for more then just having a well rounded education, it was a lesson in strength. If a person can Intelligently disagree with you then your idea, theory, etc is flawed and they have shown you how to strengthen it, or shown you it's stupid and to stop wasting yours and everyone elses time with it. So embrace the intelligent opposition as the True Family they are..This is the way of A Practitioner. #medicine #america #witchcraft #magick #spiritjourney #kabbalah #lightworker #tarot #education #teacher #books #student #tuckercarlsontonight #donlemon #foxnews #cnn
  • Opposition and Discourse
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  • I will support you, as you heal yourself.

I will create space for you to access your own darkness and bring it to light.

I will not heal you.
I will not reinforce your codependency. 
I will not be available 24/7.

I will take holidays.
I will be fully booked in advance. 
I will make clear our agreements. 
I I'll ask you to self resource, and I will make myself fully obsolete. 
That is my intention. 
Because you don't need me, dear one, you need yourself. 
I will watch you step fully into your power and thrive.

It will be an honor to be your witness.
  • I will support you, as you heal yourself.

    I will create space for you to access your own darkness and bring it to light.

    I will not heal you.
    I will not reinforce your codependency.
    I will not be available 24/7.

    I will take holidays.
    I will be fully booked in advance.
    I will make clear our agreements.
    I I'll ask you to self resource, and I will make myself fully obsolete.
    That is my intention.
    Because you don't need me, dear one, you need yourself.
    I will watch you step fully into your power and thrive.

    It will be an honor to be your witness.
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  • Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Part IV

Finding effective medical treatment for HS continues to be an ongoing process for me. Being confident and unashamed of my body is also a journey with ups and downs. I took antibiotics for several years. This was very effective for clearing up my HS and preventing new bumps from forming. However, taking antibiotics for a long time is not great for the body or for society in general. A few years into taking antibiotics I started getting frequent yeast infections. Yeast infections are awful and uncomfortable! I tried prescriptions, over the counter medications, natural remedies (like putting a clove of garlic inside my vagina), using lube that didn’t contain glycerin, and taking probiotics. These helped but didn’t prevent the yeast infections from coming back repeatedly. ✨stay tuned for the next installment! Thank you for reading!

#hidradenitissuppurativa #hidradenitissuppurativaawareness #invisibleillness #chronicillness #bodylove #bodypositive #selflove #selfcare #sexpositive #antibiotics #yeastinfection #medicine #personal #storytelling
  • Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Part IV

    Finding effective medical treatment for HS continues to be an ongoing process for me. Being confident and unashamed of my body is also a journey with ups and downs. I took antibiotics for several years. This was very effective for clearing up my HS and preventing new bumps from forming. However, taking antibiotics for a long time is not great for the body or for society in general. A few years into taking antibiotics I started getting frequent yeast infections. Yeast infections are awful and uncomfortable! I tried prescriptions, over the counter medications, natural remedies (like putting a clove of garlic inside my vagina), using lube that didn’t contain glycerin, and taking probiotics. These helped but didn’t prevent the yeast infections from coming back repeatedly. ✨stay tuned for the next installment! Thank you for reading!

    #hidradenitissuppurativa #hidradenitissuppurativaawareness #invisibleillness #chronicillness #bodylove #bodypositive #selflove #selfcare #sexpositive #antibiotics #yeastinfection #medicine #personal #storytelling
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  • — This compassionate veterinarian has spent the last nine years treating homeless people’s pets across California.

Dr. Kwane Stewart first started his labor of love back in 2011 when he was left heartbroken by the amount of animals being surrendered to his veterinary clinic during the recession. As more and more people lost their homes, more and more pet owners opted to turn their furry companions over to a shelter than allow them to be homeless.

Stewart then brought his veterinary supplies to a soup kitchen event so he could treat some of the homeless pets around Modesto, California. “About 25% of our homeless population own a pet, and I knew that if I set up a table at a soup kitchen I could help a small group of animals,” Stewart told GoFundMe. “So that’s what I did. I called over anyone who was holding their pet and told them I’d take a look and vaccinate or treat their pet if I could.” Upon successfully treating 15 animals in a single day, Stewart knew he had found his purpose.

He has since devoted his spare time to wandering through alleyways and city streets up and down the west coast so he can treat homeless people’s pets—and he has helped heal more than 400 animals.

Despite how many dogs and cats can easily be treated with the supplies in his veterinary bag, however, some of the animals required more intensive surgeries and operations.

Back in September, Stewart created a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for his mission—and to date, he has raised $29,000 to pay for animal treatments. He was also officially named the GoFundMe Hero of February. “I don’t ever want to have to turn anybody away,” he says. “The look on people’s faces when they get their pets back, especially after a surgery or a life-saving procedure—those are moments I’ll remember forever.” (Story McKinley Corbley)—
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📷: @drkwane @thestreetvet —
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  • — This compassionate veterinarian has spent the last nine years treating homeless people’s pets across California.

    Dr. Kwane Stewart first started his labor of love back in 2011 when he was left heartbroken by the amount of animals being surrendered to his veterinary clinic during the recession. As more and more people lost their homes, more and more pet owners opted to turn their furry companions over to a shelter than allow them to be homeless.

    Stewart then brought his veterinary supplies to a soup kitchen event so he could treat some of the homeless pets around Modesto, California. “About 25% of our homeless population own a pet, and I knew that if I set up a table at a soup kitchen I could help a small group of animals,” Stewart told GoFundMe. “So that’s what I did. I called over anyone who was holding their pet and told them I’d take a look and vaccinate or treat their pet if I could.” Upon successfully treating 15 animals in a single day, Stewart knew he had found his purpose.

    He has since devoted his spare time to wandering through alleyways and city streets up and down the west coast so he can treat homeless people’s pets—and he has helped heal more than 400 animals.

    Despite how many dogs and cats can easily be treated with the supplies in his veterinary bag, however, some of the animals required more intensive surgeries and operations.

    Back in September, Stewart created a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for his mission—and to date, he has raised $29,000 to pay for animal treatments. He was also officially named the GoFundMe Hero of February. “I don’t ever want to have to turn anybody away,” he says. “The look on people’s faces when they get their pets back, especially after a surgery or a life-saving procedure—those are moments I’ll remember forever.” (Story McKinley Corbley)—
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    📷: @drkwane @thestreetvet
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    #veterinarian #vet #vetmed #craftingwellness #bewell #dogood #foryouforlife #goodnews #mdf #mdfinstruments #lifetimewarranty #freepartsforlife #medical #medicalequipment #stethoscope #medicine #vdm #kindness #giveback #help #donate #animals #dogsofinstagram #california #homeless #pets #doctor #scrublife #healinghands #healthandwellness
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  • 🏁Keep your eyes on the finish line🏁
  • 🏁Keep your eyes on the finish line🏁
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  • "We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give" Happy Sunday! 😇
  • "We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give" Happy Sunday! 😇
  • 9 1 30 minutes ago
  • ...Ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN)..
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Thanks to: @ophthalmocases 👈🏻👈🏻
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Female patient 80 years old, daily exposure to ultraviolet light (sunlight), farmer, progression of conjunctival injury.
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Ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN) encompasses a wide and varied spectrum of disease involving abnormal growth of dysplastic squamous epithelial cells on the surface of the eye * Conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) is non- invasive by definition; the basement membrane remains intact and the underlying substantia propria is spared.It is a slow- growing tumor that arises from a single mutated cell on the ocular surface.CIN is known by other names including Bowen’s disease, conjunctival squamous dysplasia, intraepithelial epithelioma, and epithelial dyskeratosis.
* Corneal epithelial dysmaturation, corneal epithelial dysplasia, and corneal intraepithelial neoplasia refer to neoplastic lesions of the cornea in which the conjunctival presence is minimal. The corneal epithelial islands or geographic epithelial granularity are the predominant clinical findings.
* Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) describes a malignant lesion in which the dysplastic epithelial cells have penetrated the corneal basement membrane, gaining metastatic potential.
* Mucoepidermoid carcinoma represents a rare yet aggressive variant of SCC. It is, however, clinically indistinguishable from SCC and must be differentiated by histopathologic sampling.
  • ...Ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN)..
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    Thanks to: @ophthalmocases 👈🏻👈🏻
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    Female patient 80 years old, daily exposure to ultraviolet light (sunlight), farmer, progression of conjunctival injury.
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    Ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN) encompasses a wide and varied spectrum of disease involving abnormal growth of dysplastic squamous epithelial cells on the surface of the eye * Conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) is non- invasive by definition; the basement membrane remains intact and the underlying substantia propria is spared.It is a slow- growing tumor that arises from a single mutated cell on the ocular surface.CIN is known by other names including Bowen’s disease, conjunctival squamous dysplasia, intraepithelial epithelioma, and epithelial dyskeratosis.
    * Corneal epithelial dysmaturation, corneal epithelial dysplasia, and corneal intraepithelial neoplasia refer to neoplastic lesions of the cornea in which the conjunctival presence is minimal. The corneal epithelial islands or geographic epithelial granularity are the predominant clinical findings.
    * Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) describes a malignant lesion in which the dysplastic epithelial cells have penetrated the corneal basement membrane, gaining metastatic potential.
    * Mucoepidermoid carcinoma represents a rare yet aggressive variant of SCC. It is, however, clinically indistinguishable from SCC and must be differentiated by histopathologic sampling.
  • 12 1 32 minutes ago
  • Hey Saban, I’m ready for you to put me in my QB1 spot... I’ll bring the bedazzled football 🏈 for good luck.
  • Hey Saban, I’m ready for you to put me in my QB1 spot... I’ll bring the bedazzled football 🏈 for good luck.
  • 116 7 5 hours ago
  • It’s easy to forget our worth. ⁠It’s easy to undermine our value. It’s easy to want to please by winning someone over with how much we do for them. ⠀
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Sometimes we lose sight of the fact that someone can love us without needing to DO anything. Sometimes we forget that they can love us for just BEING us. ⠀
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Wow. Fuck. ⠀
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I did it again. I fell into this pattern. Damn. Even though my mindset has shifted, my actions are still habitual. It’s such a process removing all of the conditioning I’ve held since I was a kid. But guess what? There is SO much power in creating from a place of joy over fear. And just for catching it this time, I see the healing process following. ⠀
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We all truly want to be loved. We want to be loved unconditionally. Yet every time we feel fear creep up, insecurity move in, jealousy arise, our wounding and triggers start to rise. And then we start proving ourselves. We justify our insecurity with a blanket. ⠀
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I walked over to the water fountain today during a workout and saw a girl that was in better shape than me. I caught myself making a comment to myself that I was a harder worker and fucking stopped. What was I saying??? I’m intimidated by her slender body and therefore going to say something negative? And what I was doing was feeling NOT GOOD ENOUGH so I could just “work harder” and it would be okay. ⠀
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Instead of loving myself, I was comparing myself. And making up for it by DOING more work. Well if I do X it doesn’t matter. That is the wounded masculine energy arising in me. The doing energy. There are so many layers involved in coming into TOTAL unconditional love. ⠀
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This scenario fueled everything to click for me. What I was experiencing was conditional love. It was also the key to the last piece of my course. This time around I’m not rushing the creation process. I’m letting it emerge through life experience. Every. Single. Piece. And fuck I am so adamant about creating it from a space of joy and love from my heart.
  • It’s easy to forget our worth. ⁠It’s easy to undermine our value. It’s easy to want to please by winning someone over with how much we do for them. ⠀

    Sometimes we lose sight of the fact that someone can love us without needing to DO anything. Sometimes we forget that they can love us for just BEING us. ⠀

    Wow. Fuck. ⠀

    I did it again. I fell into this pattern. Damn. Even though my mindset has shifted, my actions are still habitual. It’s such a process removing all of the conditioning I’ve held since I was a kid. But guess what? There is SO much power in creating from a place of joy over fear. And just for catching it this time, I see the healing process following. ⠀
    ⁠⠀
    We all truly want to be loved. We want to be loved unconditionally. Yet every time we feel fear creep up, insecurity move in, jealousy arise, our wounding and triggers start to rise. And then we start proving ourselves. We justify our insecurity with a blanket. ⠀

    I walked over to the water fountain today during a workout and saw a girl that was in better shape than me. I caught myself making a comment to myself that I was a harder worker and fucking stopped. What was I saying??? I’m intimidated by her slender body and therefore going to say something negative? And what I was doing was feeling NOT GOOD ENOUGH so I could just “work harder” and it would be okay. ⠀

    Instead of loving myself, I was comparing myself. And making up for it by DOING more work. Well if I do X it doesn’t matter. That is the wounded masculine energy arising in me. The doing energy. There are so many layers involved in coming into TOTAL unconditional love. ⠀

    This scenario fueled everything to click for me. What I was experiencing was conditional love. It was also the key to the last piece of my course. This time around I’m not rushing the creation process. I’m letting it emerge through life experience. Every. Single. Piece. And fuck I am so adamant about creating it from a space of joy and love from my heart.
  • 32 4 5 hours ago
  • It’s been a packed and exciting weekend for me in Texas working with @foundation_for_c.h.o.i.c.e . The Foundation for Choice is a nonprofit that aids in college prep for teens from underserved communities in Texas. My current role with the organization is to integrate my ACT/SAT curriculum along with common app essay workshops that I use for my current students into their 27 week program. I’m very fortunate to have had so many successes with my ACT/SAT clients, however I know that sufficient rest prep will cost a client at minimum $2,000 to be prepared on test day. Not everyone has this disposable income, but I believe that anybody that wants to learn and better their lives should be given the opportunity to. This is my way of leaving a true impact that will last beyond my reign and truly change lives, because a critical component in the college admissions process is the ACT/SAT. The foundation provides scholarships for all of their students and matches them with mentors. On average each student receives at least $30,000 in scholarships when they leave the program. I’m honored to be a part of this organization and helping to educate Texas teens.
  • It’s been a packed and exciting weekend for me in Texas working with @foundation_for_c.h.o.i.c.e . The Foundation for Choice is a nonprofit that aids in college prep for teens from underserved communities in Texas. My current role with the organization is to integrate my ACT/SAT curriculum along with common app essay workshops that I use for my current students into their 27 week program. I’m very fortunate to have had so many successes with my ACT/SAT clients, however I know that sufficient rest prep will cost a client at minimum $2,000 to be prepared on test day. Not everyone has this disposable income, but I believe that anybody that wants to learn and better their lives should be given the opportunity to. This is my way of leaving a true impact that will last beyond my reign and truly change lives, because a critical component in the college admissions process is the ACT/SAT. The foundation provides scholarships for all of their students and matches them with mentors. On average each student receives at least $30,000 in scholarships when they leave the program. I’m honored to be a part of this organization and helping to educate Texas teens.
  • 123 5 15 hours ago