Have you ever found yourself adapting who you are to who you are around? It makes me think back to when I was in grade school and teachers and my parents would tell you to not fall into the “wrong” group or to find friends who accepted me for who I was.
In this week’s podcast, I’m sharing with you how I found myself inadvertently transformed myself into what I lovingly refer to as, “fancy” but found my way back to my true roots. I hope you will hop on the podcast and join me today!
Unapologetically You: Embracing Authenticity and Showing Up in the World- Navigating Societal Pressures and Expectations Part 2 – Grounded in the Middle.
This week's topic on the podcast: "Navigating External Expectations and Societal Pressures." Even as adults we are subjected to societal pressures to conform to what society tells us we should be and if we mold ourselves by what the world is putting out there, we're subjecting ourselves to losing ourselves and becoming less of who the world needs us to be-our own unique self. Show Notes: Ralph Waldo Emerson-To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. Maggie Smith | Award-winning poet, author, essayist, and freelance editor (maggiesmithpoet.com) Gratitude Grams – Rachel DesRochers FARMHOUSE STORYTELLER JOURNAL – Where we meet in the middle. Let's Collaborate! Email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org Let's Hang on Social @farmhousestoryteller — Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/danielle-foulk/support
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- Unapologetically You: Embracing Authenticity and Showing Up in the World
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