Through the Practice of Curiosity,

you can begin healing parts of yourself that have been hurting for a long time.

When you’re in the thick of struggle, it can be easy to name names and point fingers at everyone but yourself. I know, friend. I have been there. Curiosity can set you free, though. It is a loving means of self-examination. It is the willingness to retrace your steps and examine all the factors that have woven together to create this intricate mess you find yourself in.

By sharing my own story of Curiosity and self-examination with you, I want to encourage you to resist the need to deflect what will feel like shame and blame onto your perceived perpetrators, and unpack all of the pain that you have buried within the fateful decisions that led to this moment. Slowly, the compulsion to keep your focus on your struggles will begin to fade away, and you will release yourself from the emotional ties that keep you engaged in the struggle.