Hello, I'm Ronda Loveridge
After 18 years of parenting, I found myself struggling to adapt to the stage where I was bidding farewell to my children as they left my home to go live out of state/country. The relationships I had formed with my children and family members were evolving, some were getting more difficult to navigate than ever before. It felt like my once expansive and hope-filled world was constricting and there was nothing I could do but curl up and kiss the best years of my life good-bye.
I didn’t know how to figure out what would come next, or what I even wanted next. If I could figure it out, would it even be possible to have what I wanted?
A layer of health challenges added to my belief that I would never be able to be and do the things I once was and did.
In my quest to find hope, new skills, and growth, I found life coaching. It showed me how to challenge the thoughts that were creating doubt, fear, and stagnation. It taught me how to believe new ideas, and gave me permission to want new things. I learned to see myself without judgement.
When judgement, negativity, and fear were stripped away, I was able to see myself with a lens of grace, and what I saw changed everything for me.
It didn’t take long for me to know this is what I wanted to do to help every woman I could. I became life coach certified in 2020 and have been giving people the gift of my sight ever since.
It is magic because they only need my vision long enough to find theirs. Once they can see clearly for themselves again, miracles happen.
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My Own Sphere of Influence
Guilty as charged?
Guilt is a tricky emotion.
It has a way of convincing us that it is coming from other people, institutions, or situations.
If I had a dollar for every time I heard someone say "____________ made me feel guilty." I would be much wealthier!
Instead, I want you to leave my post today a wealthier human. Your life will be much richer when you stop believing that anything outside of yourself has the power to make you feel or think!
You are the only one, in your whole life, for your entire life, that gets to choose what you think.
Because of this, you are the only one who will ever be the creator of any emotion in your body.
The second you believe that people, circumstances, or institutions make you feel guilt is the second you trap yourself into that feeling.
When we understand that our feelings come from our thoughts, we then understand that we can change thoughts and feelings anytime we choose.
Thanksgiving is fast approaching.
Let's lay away any guilt or annoyances we might experience if left to chance.
Let's choose to focus on love and gratitude as we interface with our families.
WE can choose to believe that when someone reminds us that we haven't been to see them for a long time that nothing has gone wrong.
We don't have to feel guilty because they remind us.
We can feel love when we interpret it to mean that they really miss us and like to have us around.
It is a subtle shift, but it is an enormous lift to our hearts. It is a perfect place to make a change and start to love your life a little more today than you did yesterday,
What do you tend to feel guilty about the most? What is another way to interpret your thoughts around this matter?
Let's share here, so that we can all let go together.