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Say NO to False Positivity!!!

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YESSSSSS!!!!

“Being positive has become the new form of moral correctness”.

And it drives me crrrrrrazy.

I see this everywhere, but particularly among many in the spiritual/coaching circles. You know who I’m talking about.

So many are judgemental and are so quick to label any anger, sadness, pain, and grief as as bad/negative and encourage you to push those emotions aside so you can focus on the positive.

Ugh, are you kidding me?

I don’t need to be vibing high 24/7. Instead, I want to keep things real. To have access to the FULL range of my emotions. Yes, all of it. No sugar-coating, no mind tricks, no rush, no judgement, no by-passing. I like to sit in the muck until it passes.

“Discomfort is the price of admission to a meaningful life.”

I want to be able to deal with the world as it is, not in some utopian way with rose-tinted glasses and blinders on. No rainbows or unicorns, but rather feet firmly planted in the here and now.

Please watch this 2-minute TED talk by Harvard psychologist and researcher, Susan David and let me know what you think.

 

 

 

 

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Katia Millar is the Founder & Chief Inspirational Officer of Positive Fabulous Women. She’s also a mentor, speaker, connector and visibility strategist with a mission to support women to show up, connect and shine their light so that they can do what they love & love what they do. Over the past 10 years, Katia has gone from being an overwhelmed, under-employed single mom with virtually no connections and no sense of purpose to creating a juicy life, building a solid brand, hosting 350+ events and growing a network of over 15 thousand. Katia has appeared in the Globe & Mail, SiriusXM, The Women’s Post, Chloe Magazine, Rogers TV, Extraordinary Women TV and has spoken to numerous local and national audiences both on stage and on camera. In addition, Katia has travelled to over 25 countries and considers herself to be a global citizen and bon vivant who is passionate about making a difference in the world.

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