Boundaries, by Hannah

Something that has been on my mind lately as I painstakingly attempt to set boundaries with friends and working relationships is that "Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others." -Daring Greatly, Brene Brown.

Using the word "painstaking" perhaps seems a little dramatic, but boundaries do require immense effort, practice and compassion and it just seems to fit the feeling. I don't think this should be interpreted as painful, or begrudgingly setting boundaries.

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Tammy Zdunich
A Sense of Belonging

I’ve been the most limited in relationships that I felt I didn’t belong. I still am. Oddly enough, I’ve experienced this largely in both family & faith relationships. Where you are ‘supposed’ to belong.

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Tammy Zdunich
Well Supported

Mentorship | Coaching | Consulting | Mastermind

None of the words seemed to be a perfect fit, but they are all encased in what we’re doing at The Well. Rather than choosing one to label ourselves with, we are choosing them all, the same WHOLE approach we use to understand each and every woman.

Complex, Whole, Beautiful in Her Design.

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Tammy Zdunich
A story about deep beliefs of others

I start from a place of suspicion.  I do not assume the best in people. No, that’s not true…I do not look for the best in the right people. I work from a posture of resistance.  I collect proof to reinforce my preconceived determinations. Anything that will validate my belief in someone, prove me right, check my boxes.

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Tammy Zdunich
Little Girl

When I was a little girl, I would lie on my back and stare up at the sky. I remember feeling so carefree, hope filled, abundant in all things. I was just so happy to be me. Content. Of course, I knew none of this at the time. It’s only upon reflection that you can yearn to feel so...effortless. I had it then, I lost it somewhere. I cannot tell you exactly where. 

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Tamarah Hodgson