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Getting Your Goddess Back

“There are only two types of women - goddesses and doormats”~Pablo Picasso~
“There are only two types of women – goddesses and doormats”
~Pablo Picasso~

With love in the air, and all things lining store shelves being red and pink, what better time to reminisce about the great loves of our life who have brought us to where we are today?

Hopefully it’s a place of great self-awareness and blossoming intimacy.

And then again, maybe you’re not in a place of self-awareness and blossoming intimacy.

Perhaps you need a little music to inspire your reminiscing. May I suggest; The Song Remembers When.


Go back.

Click through and listen. Trust me – click.

Oh my stars! You do remember don’t you my precious little darlings? All of those deliciously silly things that we used to do when we were so much younger and carefree. All of the fun times we had with the delicious slices of man-pie we used to know so well?

Oh. My. Stars. Remember how fabulous we were? How fearless?

Ah yesle sigh my petite pumpkins, le sigh. Youth is wasted on the young. But it doesn’t have to be.

It seems, for most of us wonderful gals, that something has drugged the wild and crazy goddesses that we once were.  She is curled up resting. Dormant and waiting to stretch, yawn and come alive again. No matter if you’re with the love of your life, or just starting out again looking for your Mr. Right.

You may need to lose a few pounds or tidy up your closet to find that wild and crazy goddess whom you parted from so very long ago.

I have one piece of advice to get your wild and crazy goddess back;

Figure out what you want, and learn how to ask for it. Simple, Non?

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You’re Not Stupid

Baby Don't Call Me Baby
Baby Don’t Call Me Baby (Photo credit: theaterculture)

“I’m not stupid.” Words that you may find yourself  saying whilst in a heated argument with your lover. You know, the lover who needs to passively aggressively beat you up.

Of course you’re not stupid. You’re a wonderful, intelligent, worthy woman.

A comedian made a joke that if your partner has to tell you that they’re “not stupid” during an argument, that they probably are. Really?

I doubt it. You’re likely a highly intuitive being who has had enough of someone else’s crap. You’re not stupid.

You may be a bit attached, in love, lonely, or insecure, but not stupid.  Stupid may take over if you stay too long with someone who makes you feel stupid, or who does indeed make you think that they really do think you’re a dipstick.

If you find yourself in a heated argument, and your wonderful and undervalued intuition is knocking frantically, I have a few suggestions. First of all, skip saying, “I’m not stupid.” You don’t have to prove your IQ to anyone. Instead of arguing with someone who is obviously on the defensive, walk away.

Save your energy. Think about why you feel the way that you do. It’s likely because that special someone has done something to tip-off your intuition.

Your intuition should not be ignored. It should be nurtured and cherished like the priceless part of your sensual being that it is.

So, if your partner makes you want to say those three words, “I’m not stupid”. Realize that they have the power to undermine your self-confidence, and crumble your sense of self-worth.  It’s exactly what the ego of someone who makes you feel stupid needs to grow into even more of an ugly monster than it is.

Who wants to be around that kind of destructive ego?  Surely not strong, intelligent, fun and sensual people like you and I darling!

Don’t worry if it’s time to leave.  We’ll be here to rescue you, envelope you in reassuring hugs, deck you out in leather and feathers and fabulous shoes and remind you just how delightfully intelligent you are!