I wanted to share an article I recently wrote for Breaking Muscle about my journey to accept that I'm never going to be a short, petite woman, like I always wished I was: How I went from the self-conscious girl who hated her thighs and hid them under giant basketball shorts, to someone who truly thinks she has some pretty good leg on her. #hamstrings!
You can read it on my personal page if you so desire...
One thing, though, that was left out of the article was how personal development (Choices Seminars and the Landmark Forum) helped me "uncover," so to speak, the trauma (small t trauma in this case) from my childhood. Doing this was invaluable for me in my journey of embracing the woman I am today.
Because you know what you know (I know I'm 5'9"), and you know what you don't know (I know I don't know how to fly an airplane), but you don't know what you don't know you don't know! (i.e. the blindspots in your life that hold you back, and that when you uncover them, you can live a better, more fulfilling life).