Navigating Life’s Rapids with the Strength of Supportive Relationships

Ever found yourself stuck in a rut and wondered, “Who helps me flow through life?” Join me in today's episode as we take a page out of the TV show Ted Lasso, and explore the profound impact of supportive relationships on our happiness. Sharing stories from my life, I discuss how forming the Diamond Dolls, a close-knit group of confidantes, became my lifeline during my divorce. After listening, you'll be inspired to jot down your own list of people, activities, and things that make life smoother and more enjoyable for you. Let's embark on this journey of reaching out to others, reaching in for self-realization, and reaching up for growth, all aimed at creating a life that flows.

Thinking about how to live your happily ever after? It begins with monitoring your thoughts! In the latter half of our chat, we'll dive into the power of positive thinking, and how it can propel us towards our goals. More than that, I'll share my tips on how to surround yourself with people who make you flow, not those who hinder your progress. Ultimately, the person blocking your progress could be you, and it's high time we changed that narrative. So, tune in, and let's learn together how to navigate life's rough waters with the help of a supportive tribe. Don't miss out on this enlightening conversation, filled with personal stories and lasting life lessons.

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