This episode is one that I feel is very needed for someone to hear.
So often we seek to belong. But as part of that quest, we may sacrifice our values and participate in behavior that eventually makes us question how we feel about ourselves. We feel we have drifted so far from our values that there is no coming back. We struggle to love ourselves after having made so many mistakes.
Taylor shares her experience and how she learned to love herself even after having made many mistakes.
The daughter of addiction and a former member of the “Work Hard, Numb Hard” society, Taylor knows the suffocating effects of addiction and fear. In a pursuit to find her authentic self, Taylor removed all titles and affiliations to her name becoming just Taylor. She allowed herself to journey around the world and live the life of her literal dreams. Her mission to inspire and be inspired led her to forge new career paths as both a writer and teacher. In her writings, Taylor shares her triumphs in overcoming limitations created by her past of addiction, sexual assault, and abuse. As a teacher, she coaches women globally on how to find and pursue their greatest potentials, showing them how to detach themselves from their defining labels so that they too can face their fears and become their truest selves.
Taylor can be found on her website - LivingWanderfull.com - where she offers 1-on-1 coaching, Full Circle (a three month masterclass), workshops, online courses, and free resources that educate and motivate others to pursue their inspired lives!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ben-eden/support