Tag: resiliency

How Can I Be Less Reactive When I’m Upset?

By Lois Barth, Courage to Sparkle, Human Development Expert, Speaker, Coach, and Author In my coaching and consulting practice, I work with what I call “heart-centered-go-getters” who want greater success, meaning, and impact in their lives. It looks a lot of different ways with a lot of different clients. For some, it’s about being able… Read more »

From Flooded to Focused

Unpacking the Human Condition Entry #1 by Lois Barth, Human Development Expert, Behavioral Wellness Meets Professional Development Consultant, Keynote Speaker, Coach and Author April 29, 2021 Being a highly sensitive empath I feel flooded regularly, it’s not an atypical experience. My wiring is both a gift and a “growth opportunity” (euphemism for real bummer at… Read more »

Are You Self-Soothing or Self-Numbing? By Lois Barth

  When it comes to stress, change, and challenging times, for the most part, as humans, we tend to fall into two categories – the self-soothing type – or the self-numbing type. For years, I was in the self-numbing club. I learned it at an early age. I remember my first trip to the beauty… Read more »

Are your roots deep enough to weather the storm?

Another luscious life lesson on my Country Curriculum Tour. Every time I go for a walk in the rural surroundings of my upstate New York, home, where I own an old farmhouse, l am immediately enrolled in the classroom of life. My teachers, are rarely human beings, but rather nature in all its iterations; maybe… Read more »