Tag: wayfinding

Enmeshment Trauma

Hands gripping fence

When a narcissistic individual believes ownership of others is their right, enmeshment trauma becomes inevitable, which leaves victims bereft of their own identity, guidance system, and freedom.

The Herd Mentality

cows

Lately, I’ve been mulling over the “herd mentality.” In marketing, the herd mentality is an extremely useful tool to use and understand. Essentially, we buy things, or buy into ideas, when our herd does, or the herd we wish to align ourselves with do.… Continue Reading “The Herd Mentality”

Groundhog’s Day

bridge

Do you ever feel like you’re just going in circles? Those cycles of the same kinds of people or the same kinds of situations that keep coming over and over and though we finally take note and start dealing with them in different ways,… Continue Reading “Groundhog’s Day”

Way-finding

sailboat

“It’s called way-finding, princess. It’s not just sails and knots. It’s seeing where you’re going in your mind, and knowing where you are by knowing where you’ve been.” – Māui, Moana   “…knowing where you are by knowing where you’ve been.” A beautiful line… Continue Reading “Way-finding”