Your Inner Tribe

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rori pretty cropped1This post is sort of a question.

It’s not about looking outside to create your outer “tribe.”

Instead, the question is“What’s your ‘inner tribe’ like?”

Essentially, it’s our inner tribe that shows up as our outer tribe.

All the characters, all the feelings, all the judgments, all the sabotage, all the neediness, all the power, the enjoyment, the care and loving….everything we are, think, be, do shows up out there.

I like to see it as a mirror. For me, personally, this is a much more appealing way to go than with the “Law of Attraction” model.


Because I don’t want to be “thinking” about “what I attract.”

When I get all goal oriented out there, I activate the voices inside me that love to judge.

That love ME so much they want to whip me into shape so I can “attract” what I want.

So – to stop that whole cascade of “trying” inside me, I like to just take a look at what IS inside me, and simply “fall in love with it” all.

A mirror just makes it possible for me to SEE. It’s not “creating” anything. So I don’t have that extra weight and anxiety about “manifesting.”

It can take all the hours of the day, each and every day, to even begin to fully explore all the nooks and crannies of our inner tribes. Of our inner “strangers.” Our inner voices.

We ARE a village!

So try this:

1. Explore your inner tribe.

Talk to it. To all the voices, all the looks, the styles, the languages, the feelings – everything going on…it’s pretty darn amazing in there!

2. Embrace your inner tribe.

Don’t pretend to love it – really fall for it, the way you’d fall, head over heels, tingling all the way from your toes to the top of your head for a lover, a dog, a kitten, a child, a situation that grabs your soul.

3. Now watch. See if you outer tribe begins to mirror your inner tribe in a different way.

See if different kinds of things show up. People who are kinder, more interested in you. Men who want to touch you and make you feel good in every way

The men you start to see out there always closely match the men of your inner tribe.

Whether you’re familiar with your inner tribe, whether you know what the members want, need, desire, feel, whether you love them or dislike them, whether you embrace them or run from them – it all shows up out there.

So – who ARE your inner tribal men? Which ones do you “like” and which ones do you fight, and which ones do you try to hide?

Which ones speak highly of you and which ones trash you? Which ones are interested only in your looks and superficial personality – and which are more interested in your happiness and well-being?

Love, Rori

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  1.  #1Femininewoman on July 25, 2016 at 8:11 am

    Thanks for another great article

  2.  #2Azure Blu on July 25, 2016 at 10:03 am

    Rori, Thank you for this… This resonates so much with me…
    The path that I have followed while practicing your tools…
    Your Tools and insights have resonated with me so much…
    ME learning what exactly my feelings are… was one of the first baby steps…
    having to look them up online, as I Googled, “feeling words”
    I still have the list (over 100)
    and I would literally look down that list to figure out what MY FEELINGS were
    at any given moment – I was so out of touch with *ME*…
    Then learning to LOVING Those feelings….
    NOT rejecting the precious, Amazing part of me…
    A LIFE ALTERING experience that is enhancing my life EVERYDAY!!!
    As I CHERISH MY precious, innocent heart—

  3.  #3Angela on July 25, 2016 at 11:56 am

    I love this. It brought a lot of awareness.
    I am on that path! To embrace all the voices in side and even when they are not being nice to me, theres a reason that is probably very innocent and not bad.
    They want the best for me. So i want to love them.
    I think when i am kind to myself i realize what it looks like for a man to be kind to me.
    . “The men you start to see out there always closely match the men of your inner tribe.

    Whether you’re familiar with your inner tribe, whether you know what the members want, need, desire, feel, whether you love them or dislike them, whether you embrace them or run from them – it all shows up out there.

    So – who ARE your inner tribal men? Which ones do you “like” and which ones do you fight, and which ones do you try to hide?

    Which ones speak highly of you and which ones trash you? Which ones are interested only in your looks and superficial personality – and which are more interested in your happiness and well-being?”

  4.  #4Azure Blu on July 25, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    Angela #3
    LOVE THIS////
    “So – who ARE your inner tribal men? Which ones do you “like” and which ones do you fight, and which ones do you try to hide?

    Which ones speak highly of you and which ones trash you? Which ones are interested only in your looks and superficial personality – and which are more interested in your happiness and well-being?””

  5.  #5Azure Blu on July 27, 2016 at 8:06 am

    of course, today and yesterday, I am feeling totally inept at picking a good man….
    I’m feeling bitter and out of time…
    I’m feeling heart broken
    swimming in feeling so sad that this is as far as I have gotten…
    All my friends and family are sooooo much more set financially, have boyfriends and husbands
    complaining about being broke and yet are flying to meet friends in S.C. for 5 days
    Taking 3 children to Europe in August…

    It sucks… I know I’m NOT supposed to compare myself
    Need to see the glass full (mostly I do)
    But NOT today… Bitterness, stupidity and hopelessness
    how in the world do I ever get out of all this mess
    I have made?
    Everyone else seems to have figured out how to be successful
    How to pick a good man, how to make money,
    I know – If I don’t like the road I’m on
    Start paving a new one…
    All the new roads I have paved have ended up dead ends…
    I’m just going to swim in the dark murky soup today…
    I think I need it.

  6.  #6MissStix on July 27, 2016 at 7:23 pm

    This feels so big and huge and TRUE. Beyond “truth”…. It’s glaringly obvious now that i’m opened to it.

    I know my innter tribe currently as me. They have all been me and they are all me. They have my face in different ways but it’s still my face.
    Younger, older, in between. The soft one, the hard one, the generous one, the mean one, the enlightened one, the timid one, the loving one, the hateful one. The list goes on…
    The Warrior, The Hermit, The Goddess, The Cretin…
    I feel fascinated because they are starting to take on their own faces. The Warrior has darker skin and hair. Very long straight dark hair. Olive skin. Huge almond eyes sparkling. She is strong and capable. Literally never questioning that she will find the right path. She holds a spear in her left hand. Taller than she is. I suddenly know this is an extension of her inner strength. She can imbue it with her courage and send it whipping through the wind. She is adorned with feathers, stones and sea shells, barefoot and dressed in leather. Maja. The name just popped into my head. It took me a few tries to get the spelling right lol First I put maya, then maha.
    “My-ha”. Maja.
    This is so strange… I’m having fun 🙂

    I feel curious to “see” the men as MY inner men. They have remained separate from my inner world. Projected all around me. Not embraced into the folds of my core. Who are they?
    I feel blocked. I know they are there. I hear them all the time. I’m very familiar with them. They are suddenly so hushed…
    Ok, I know there’s a gentleman. He’s sweet and also masculine. Short brown hair blue green eyes. Nondescript face. I can feel him there. Telling me i’m worth my weight in gold.
    My bf is there and I imediately realize it’s not him. It’s MY him. My inner him.

    I see lots of men and women there now and some without gender and some with fluid gender. I have a whole world in there. Who knew…

    I wrote a lot more! I went wild lol but it felt too deeply personal so I deleted a lot and left a sample :p

  7.  #7Victoria on July 28, 2016 at 1:13 am

    I would like to continue here our conversation about Spirit’s dancing.
    I am afraid that what I said to you might have upset you, or has caused you to feel more depressed, I kind of get that impression from your latest posts.
    You know, how we interpet other people’s actions plays a huge role in our emotional well-being. And, I was of course speaking my mind when I wrote to you that Spirit is playing dumb, but now, on second thoughts, I realize that I have no way of knowing what he is doing, and that I am projecting my own experiences and past disilllusionment onto your relationship, and that is neither objective nor particularly helpful.
    I don’t know whether the right thing for you is to continue to lean back. A part of me thinks that the right thing to do it to be very honest and vulnerable. I have actually tried the “”honest and vulnerable”” approach and it never worked for me… Usually, I think I am being honest, and the man thinks I am attacking him. I saw an American sitcom the other day, the main character, Fran, said that the two pillars of successful long term relationships are “”lies” and “manipulation””, It was funny when she said it, but also, I am sometimes under the impression that speaking my truth, being my authentic self is usually met with much more resistance than my sugar-coated buttering-up self.
    What I have noticed as really working in my own life, if having a good plan B. Even better, having a good plan B, C and D. Leaning back without circular dating is a very boring exercise.

  8.  #8Azure Blu on July 28, 2016 at 6:22 am

    Darling Victoria #7
    Ohhhhh… nnnoooo, nooo, nooo,,,
    My feelings of NOT being able to pick a good man and feeling hopeless and old
    and out of time..
    was NOT because of your true authentic words!!!

    I cherish your insights and sooo much appreciate it when you shine your bright light
    of wisdom my way…

    I have been feeling I needed to leave for the past month… that was before he started going dancing on his own…

    You truly were spot on… he does use jealousy to try and get me closer (he admits to it)
    when i start talking about our differences and let him know it isn’t working for me…

    i have shared these feelings with him (over the past 2 and a half years)
    and several times over the past month…

    He has tried very hard to soften his approach…
    I wanted to see how it felt to have him for a bf when he asked me to be exclusive….
    I wanted to see how it would feel to NOT talk about
    my thoughts on politics or religion…
    I didn’t like it…
    I felt guilty about Spirit not speaking about his religion (he had stopped that)
    and I didn’t like it when he was talking negatively about my candidate or the party
    I support.
    All in all we were both trying to put a square peg in a round hole… not good for either of us.

    He was a wonderful bf in soooo many ways… My family and friends liked him alot (and worried about me ending up alone)
    He/We did try very hard to make it work…
    but in the end we are VERY different people…
    Me leaning back and OUT is what I must do for MY happyeverafter!!
    Of course i question my actions in doing this…
    It takes time to find another man and get to know them and see if we are compatable…
    and YES… ultimately I will be circular dating again…
    but Spirit and I have not formally broken up yet.

  9.  #9Azure Blu on July 28, 2016 at 6:40 am

    MissStix #6
    Ahhhh…. this is so beautiful… thank you for sharing!
    I love reading about your tribe and Maja… She sounds Strong and capable of so much!!
    She sounds beautiful…

    Yes,,, the men in me feel neglected… I had found one… his name is Johnny I had gotten to know him over the past year… I need to channel him again and talk to him…

  10.  #10Victoria on July 28, 2016 at 7:00 am

    You do not need to break up with him in order to circular date again. Or, you need to break up with him in order to circular date again. Which of these makes you feel better?
    I personally would not break up with my boyfriend first. I see no reason to break up if nothing better is available. You may think I am not a person of very high integrity. Apparently, integrity is the quality that makes you tell someone that you don’t want to see them anymore even though you have no one better to see. I have been also on the receiving end of breaking up and honestly, if the man has decided to break up with me, I don’t give a sh*t whether he has a ready replacement or not. People tell you they are breaking up with you when it is a non-negotiable fact, and it hurts either way. Or may be you need to talk?

  11.  #11Victoria on July 28, 2016 at 7:02 am

    I posted my comment in #10 before I saw your post in #9 (my server hadn’t refreshed the page). If you believe in the power of coincidence, read the last three words in these two posts 🙂

  12.  #12Femininewoman on July 28, 2016 at 7:22 am

    The Rori Raye third way.

  13.  #13Azure Blu on July 28, 2016 at 8:20 am

    Ohhh No… my #9 comment about MY INNER MAN –
    I NAMED him Johnny… He is a visualization a Rori coach went through with me… part of my masculine self…
    NOT an actual man…

    I’m NOT judging you Victoria… I do know that you believe in finding a new man before you
    break up…
    But for Me it is MUCH more painful knowing someone has been circular dating
    while I thought we were exclusive…
    My heart and sous screams – NOT FAIR!!! –

    I used to do this when I was younger… go out on my boyfriends… behind their backs
    no scruples about it…
    For me – It felt disrespectful and deceitful…. especially when one bf did it to me…
    and it HURT like H*LL!!
    and what I also realized – for me sneaking and lying created MORE Chaos in my life
    elliminating chaos has been one of my life’s goals… because I was raised with EXTREME CHAOs!!
    I vowed to NOT do that anymore to anyone…
    It’s a decision I do for myself…

  14.  #14Indigo on July 29, 2016 at 4:50 am

    Azure Blu,

    Thank you for your good wishes to me on the previous thread 🙂

    I just wanted to comment on something Victoria said about authentically communicating your feelings. I think most of us are so in the habit of running from our authentic selves, feelings and intuitive insights, even when we think we are being authentic, that it becomes a kind of shackles we inflict on ourselves and others. I really believe we grow afraid, not just of expressing our own truth, but of hearing the truth from others, that we turn it into a way of life. And yes, I believe a lot of the backlash from men comes from that when we express our true feelings, a resistance against leaving a comfort zone. But it becomes a wall which we erect between ourselves and others. And in the space which that wall creates, all kinds of things can flourish. Lies, half-truths, manipulation, infidelity, neglect… you name it. It becomes more comfortable to keep those things going than to let someone that close to us. We keep people at arm’s length and are hurt when they do the same to us.

    To let someone see our wounds and our flaws, to be vulnerable before them. To shatter our image of ourselves as perfect and right. Expressing our feelings should be a means of sharing ourselves, not of making ourselves right and the other person wrong. In a relationship without an over-supply of ego, this is possible. When people want to be together they will compromise and adjust to each other. But this process of dismantling the big and little walls we erect between each other is not easy. I have come to the conclusion that openness and trust is essential for this kind of closeness and intimacy.

  15.  #15Azure Blu on July 29, 2016 at 6:09 am

    Indigo… lovely Siren…
    So much wisdom in what you are saying… Lots for me to read again and absorb… THANK YOU!! Thank you for taking the time to listen to my posts and shine a warm, loving light on my path to my happyeverafter.
    One part I am Loving and will take with me today…

    Yes… my ego and ME being Right!! that is what I have been shovelling onto Spirit…
    “What you wrote is so spot on…
    “To let someone see our wounds and our flaws, to be vulnerable before them. To shatter our image of ourselves as perfect and right. Expressing our feelings should be a means of SHARING ourselves, NOT of making OURSELVES RIGHT and the OTHER PERSON WRONG”

    Today my son and I are taking an all day road trip to one of the Big Lakes in my state!!!
    The sound, smell and taste of all that amazing water willl fill my soul with cleansing. refreshing vibrations
    and spending time with my son is becoming more and more exciting as I shed my
    need to be Always right… as I learn to be a good listener
    and baby step by baby step let go of My masculine need to control!!
    It has transformed our relationship… and is helping us both heal from
    years of anger and frustration…
    Rori’s tools are Magical

  16.  #16Deim on July 29, 2016 at 7:31 pm

    I have a question. I tried to leave it where it said to ask the questions, but it wasn’t available, and the last one on that thread was from 2009.
    My mother in law was the one to tell me about your blog, and I have read several of the articles. The problem is that I’m not sure if you can help me, mostly because I don’t know how to help myself. My question ultimately entails a very long background story, so I hope you’re willing to bare with me.
    I met my husband of six years when I was fifteen. He was a senior, I was a freshman, and when we met I wouldn’t give him the time of day. Well…I’d give him the time but not much else. Mostly because when he introduced himself to me he gave me an obvious once over. Back then I was very conscious of guys who were after another notch in their belt. (In my defense, he actually had a belt with notches in it from girls before me.)
    But eventually we became friends, practically inseparable. At his graduation he even dragged me around to introduce me to his entire family. Though not one of them even looked at me at the time. A joke we keep alive do to irony. They were the ones who gave a poor first impression lol. But I digress.
    We dated for a year and a half. In that time I had made it perfectly clear that any dishonesty or infidelity was intolerable. But I didn’t exactly come from a stable, supportive, loving home. He was one of the few that showed true concern for me. One of the few that would listen and comprehend what I was saying when I said, “I feel…”
    He cheated on me with my ‘best’ friend. But instead of dropping him like I had always said I would, I couldn’t bring myself to let him go. A couple of months after that he broke it off.
    For two years I had no contact with him. He wasn’t even a topic of conversation for our few shared friends.
    Then one day I was leaving my part time job, and he shows up out of nowhere, jumping out of a not yet parked car to get to me in time. We started talking again, we got closer, and then he asked me to be with him again. For three months I held him at bay, afraid of repeating past mistakes.
    But he treated me with respect, he was focused, and attentive. It was like no other girl existed because all he needed was me. So I went for it. We set a date to get married, and even started to try to get pregnant. Well, as with most things, if you try long enough you eventually succeed.
    Not even three months into the pregnancy he started cheating on me. And didn’t quit until I caught him roughly two weeks before our wedding date, and three weeks before our daughter was born. When I had told him that I didn’t know if I could marry him he broke down. He was devastated and told me he loved me, and only wanted me, and the other girl was just him freaking out due to commitment issues.
    With his oath that it was out of his system and it would never happen again, I went through with the marriage. But things changed almost immediately. He stopped hearing me when I spoke, sometimes missing entire stories about our daughter, when he had been making eye contact when I started. He stopped hearing what I was feeling and instead heard nothing but accusations that I was never (intentionally) making.
    We began to have issues with other, younger girls. He is twenty nine, I’m twenty seven, but he continues on with ‘friendships’ with sixteen, seventeen, and eighteen year old girls. He confides in them and tells me he trusts them. But then tells me that he can’t talk to me because he doesn’t trust me, and (wait for it…) he doesn’t know why. I tried to rationalize it as typical jealousy. But I was always watching him be playful, considerate, flirty, and listen to everything they were feeling, and focusing on them the way he used to with me. But the number of times I told him how it made me feel, he simply put locks on his phone and changed his passwords so I couldn’t find out.
    Sometimes it was a flirty friendship and sometimes it was completely innocent. A month before our fourth anniversary I caught him cheating with a girl who had turned eighteen in the duration of the affair. When I confronted him, he told me it was over. That was the first in a very long string of lies. It ended with him packing a bag, and leaving, while still dating the girl. He was gone for a week and during that time our children had nightmares, and they didn’t understand where Daddy had gone or why Mommy was so upset. I begged him to talk to me, to at least work out some kind of arrangement.
    I had no vehicle, no job, he left and I was forced to take food and money from his hand to take care of our children. All the while treating me like what I said, and what I thought didn’t matter. That whatever he wanted to do was none of my business, whether it had to do with him coming back or if he was going to cut things off with the girl. At one point he acted like if he wanted to come back and still continue seeing her it was none of my concern.
    But at the end of the week he showed up, gave me a kiss and said he would be home after work. About two years after that (the flow of teenage girls never ceased) he tried to leave again. But it was like he was trying to talk me into leaving him. I told him we could either work it out or he could walk away. He chose to stay. He said he wanted to work it out. But then the next day told one of his seventeen year old girl friends that all he wanted to do was leave.
    I confronted him on his lie, and told him that I would not accept the lies. I would not accept these girls that he had invited into our marriage. I told him that I would not be where I was not wanted and if he tried to leave again I would let him without looking back.
    Again he said he wanted to work it out. That he loved me and he would never be married to anyone but me. And how he needed me in his life no matter to what capacity. That I made him a better person, and he needed me. He even offered to give me the password to his phone. But he never actually followed through.
    To his chagrin I figured out his latest password, based on a single hint he hadn’t meant to give. In my effort to regain his focus I made a game out of it. I made him a deal that if I was right in my guess then he would let me change his password until he could figure it out. I even added that I would give him two hints, and if I was wrong I would never touch his phone again.
    He accepted and I was right on my guess. He let me change the password. I answered nearly every question he asked with the exception of anything that would lead him directly to the answer. The hints were that it wasn’t a birthday, and it had nothing to do with him or our children. In his fervent questions I told him that it was a date within the last four years. Even going so far as to tell him he was welcome to anything on my computer and phone, whatever he needed to figure it out. I even left a window open on my computer, right next to where he sits nightly, with the answer on it. For an evening my goal was achieved.
    That goal was simply to entice him to see me. Not as an extension of himself, or an extension of our kids. But me as an individual.
    For an evening he looked at me in deep thought. He had an interest in what was important to me. He was even playful and thanked me for the challenge. But the next day he disabled the lock, and changed it something he knew I had no hope of figuring out. For a week it was like the game hadn’t existed. He didn’t look at me unless I fought for his attention. He wouldn’t even sit next to me voluntarily.
    So I tried again on his day off, when he didn’t have anywhere to be. But it didn’t even last a full two hours before he disabled the lock completely and dismissed it. In that time I also stumbled across another sixteen year old girl that he was texting on a regular basis. He has become jumpy every time I even suggest that I reach for his phone, and he has been careful to go through and delete any text conversations he didn’t want me to see before handing it over.
    I know that most people would tell me to drop him. They probably would have told me to do so a long time ago. But when I look at him I feel an echo of what I felt when we first got back together. When we planned our life together.
    But I am so tired of this same fight that we’ve been having for the last four years. Every time I try to tell him how I feel he simply takes extra precautions to make sure I can’t track his movements or conversations and doesn’t seem to understand that I simply don’t want to feel the need to do so.
    Throughout the years I have always been completely honest. Always told him exactly how I felt and what led to those feeling, and where those feelings led me. I have been nothing but faithful and supportive of any goal he had in mind. I feel like I’ve twisted myself into knots trying to be understanding and not brush his feelings off. I feel as if I have officially tried everything. But every time I bring up the fact that I am not happy with our current relationship, that I needed the same consideration and understanding and support that he used to provide so willingly, he breaks down to tears and says he’ll try harder. He’ll tell me he loves me and wants to be with me over and over. But I don’t want him to have to try to love me.
    I’ve even leaned back, letting him come to me, and not pushing him for anything. It’s resulted in even worse communication. I’ve focused solely on my happiness. On making my life comfortable for me. But he hasn’t shown any interest in sharing my life or adding anything of his own to make it ours.
    I know this seems like a lost cause. And I feel like I’ve done everything to try to make things better. But I still have some hope. So I guess my question in all of this is…What do I do now?

    Thank you for your time,

  17.  #17nyx on July 31, 2016 at 4:01 am

    @ Indigo

    Some words, sometimes, shine above others- because they tell the truth. Your words- absolute, clear, true beauty: “We keep people at arm’s length and are hurt when they do the same to us.”

    Thank you.

  18.  #18Indigo on July 31, 2016 at 12:42 pm


    Thank you

    It’s absolutely true though. It is easier to believe that others are trying to hurt us or do us wrong than it is to take down the walls that separate us and other people. We are afraid to let them see our tender parts, our imperfections, but blame them when they distance themselves or don’t draw close to us. We are so used to judging others, without looking at what we are doing (or not doing) to create that situation.

    This has been a hard lesson for me to learn. I would always be hurt if other people, particularly people I was in a relationship with, held back from me, without realising how much of myself I held back because I was concerned about the impression I wanted to create with the other person. If we want people to be vulnerable with us, we need to find the courage to be vulnerable ourselves.

  19.  #19Rori Raye on August 2, 2016 at 11:49 am

    Diem – I believe you’ve answered your own question with everything you’ve written here. This is a man who is not cut out for “relationship” and “marriage.” At least not now, at least not with you. It doesn’t mean he’s “bad”- it just means he doesn’t want what you want.

    The answer to whether or not to move on and forget about him except as your daughter’s father is pretty much answered by this. Unless you’re happy with things as they are – a “boyfriend’ who’s there sometimes and not there others – then start Circular Dating and see how you can begin to “move on” to a man who wants what you want – and wants it with you. Love, Rori

  20.  #20Femininewoman on August 3, 2016 at 6:08 am

    Hi Diem, I imagine it must be tough after having children with him and with him being your husband and having put in so many years with him. The thing is though when you get to 50/60 and look back at your life and see how many years you spent unhappy or trying to get this man to love you, you will realize how important it is to live your life no matter what. The children need their dad yes and you need your sanity. Can you see yourself building your life for yourself and your kids with or without him?

  21.  #21Indigo on August 4, 2016 at 5:27 am

    I think I have to go ahead and disagree with Rori there. I think having multiple affairs with underage girls while you are married and then lying about it DOES make you a bad person.

    Deim, please ditch this piece of sh*t man. Please get a solid idea of what you want and deserve for yourself and your daughter. You do not have to live this miserable existence. There are much, much better men out there.

  22.  #22Azure Blu on August 4, 2016 at 8:09 am

    Indigo #21
    I must agree with you… This man is a predator….
    slinking around these young, underage girls who are innocent
    (even though *THEY* probably think they are VERY grown up) and naive.

    as a parent these are men I despised and feared for my daughters safety (fortunately NOTHING like this ever happened to my daughter)!!

    My opinion is that For the safety of Diem’s daughter she should Get that guy out of her house and LIFE!!!

    I am curious if you have been molested Diem? I have noticed that friends and aquantances (male and female)
    who have been abused at a young age
    have a difficult time protecting themselves
    and their children from the predators…

  23.  #23Selene on August 22, 2016 at 9:25 pm

    I play Dungeons and Dragons, the roleplay games give voice to my tribe: My inner father who is in fact my perfect man, the internaly wounded small woman, she is a lot complicated, her ugly feelings became enemies and well that was a great way to deal with my inner enemies, they made dark stuff but finaly with love, can be fixed and used for good. And yes, that gave voice to my very femenine self, the one who talk with her heart. That’s me and my tribe!

  24.  #24Monica on September 3, 2016 at 12:30 pm


    Thank you for another wonderful post. Also, thank you to all of you beautiful women who share your feelings on this blog, day in and day out! I feel inspired by all of you and reading these blog posts and comments truly fills me with joy and serenity. It feels good to know that I am not alone.