The wounded little girl inside of you is asking for comfort, safety, support.
She asks in the form of painful periods, or constant guilt or not making art anymore or controlling everything you eat except late at night when you just want to be held.
She’s tired of feeling small. She’s tired of being ignored.
She’s tired of waiting for someone besides you, to come rescue her.
How many programs or workshops or self-help books will you have to read before you finally start showing up for HER as consistently as you show up for everyone else?
It’s time. No more waiting.
Here’s why they joined:
"I joined to unlearn all of the shit I grew up believing about myself.”
”I joined because my self talk is not the way I want to feel about myself; because I constantly look to others for validity. I joined because I want my life to be mine wholly.”
“I joined because I am afraid of my own power and voice. I am flowing with ideas and knowledge that I know can make a huge impact on others, but my fear, anxiety, and past stories constantly overshadow and make me feel small. I compare myself to others and make up excuses. I was craving connection and community with other powerful women that can hold me accountable.”
”I joined because instead of showing up in the world and for myself, I strive to be invisible and silence my inner (as well as my outer) voice. This has become incredibly tiring. My intention is to come back to myself and to let myself be seen.”
“I feel like I’m on the brink of blossoming and then I’ll self sabotage in some way by making so many things priorities that don’t serve me. Im ready to tap into endless possibilities, being vulnerable, feeling fuller so that I can spread this wisdom to my little ones and so much more!”
“I joined because I have deep wounds that I'm afraid of healing on my own. My mother wound is deep and connecting to women has been a challenge for me. My voice has been small and I'm ready to be loud.”
“I joined 13 moons because I want to learn about myself and feel confident in my voice. I am tired of always feeling overcome, by others, by addictive tendencies in me and my family and by embarrassment.”