Episode 146: Ways We Self Minimize

with Brodie Welch, L.Ac.

Do you move through the world in a powerful way? Or do you subtly give others permission to dismiss you? As women, we’re socialized to soften — or even apologize for– our presence, our words, our opinions.  If we’re doing that, we’re not embodying self-respect.

On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:

  • Words and phrases you may be using that dampen your power — and what to say instead
  • The most important word to eliminate from your self-talk to help you feel capable
  • The connection between the season of spring, the liver/ gallbladder and the courage to speak your truth
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