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Connectable Blog Vulnerability and Courage

Embracing Vulnerability: The Path to Courage and Connection

Embracing Vulnerability: The Path to Courage and Connection Beautiful Humans💕 Let’s delve into a profound quote from Brené Brown, one that shines a spotlight on the exquisite vulnerability, authenticity, and courage. In a world that often aligns vulnerability with weakness, Brown reminds us that this quality is, in fact, a powerful source of strength and...Read More
Loneliness - Connectable Life

Loneliness: A Silent Killer and a Pandemic of Mental Health Issues

Loneliness Sadly, and even though we are living in an increasingly interconnected world, loneliness has emerged as a widespread problem affecting people of all ages and backgrounds. The impact of loneliness on mental health and overall well-being cannot be overlooked. It has been likened to a pandemic, as it poses a serious threat to individuals’...Read More
thoughts can be so dangerous - Connectable Life blog

Our thoughts can be so dangerous – The story we tell ourselves.

The story we tell ourselves, our inner thoughts, and the role they play. ‘An average person has about 12 000 – 60 000 thoughts a day. Of these 80% are negative and 95% are repetitive.’ Jess put this post in a blog the other day and it tied in perfectly with my topic for a local speaking...Read More
How a DNA genetic test can change your life - Connectable Life

Do you want to improve your life and build a better future? How a DNA genetic test can change your life

How a DNA genetic test can change your life Is it the blueprint you’ve always wanted?   I have always loved the idea of holistic, natural health care, but in saying that- I have not always been the most diligent at being healthy. I am a mom of 4 boys, and I have certainly had...Read More
(Un)EXPECTING - The ups and downs of being a Mom. Connectable Life

(Un)EXPECTING – The ups and downs of being a Mom.

Learning to expect (and accept) the unexpected. When I was expecting my first born, I received a congratulatory card from a family friend that read “If I can tell you anything, it will be this: motherhood is the most beautiful and heart-breaking journey.” I cannot tell you how this triggered me at the time. It...Read More

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