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Linda M Carleton

How to Be An Authentic Person

Last Updated February 14th, 2019

To learn how to be an authentic person, you must first love yourself unconditionally, without wavering and accept who you are flaws and all. You must be completely honest with yourself and remain true to your inner self.

An authentic person will reflect a sound moral character and values outward towards others. Their open-minded, deep thinkers who are not afraid of being vulnerable.

To be an authentic person, you must face your inner doubts and fears, accept your inabilities and overcome the mental limitations you set in your mind. And admit the inadequacies and weaknesses within yourself.

10 Reasons Why Relationships Fail

Last Updated September 30th, 2018

Have you ever been in a relationship that ended in heartbreak? If so, did you take time afterward to reflect on “why relationships fail?”

I’m talking about digging deep inside all of the uncomfortable moments. In all those moments of feeling unloved, loneliness, frustration, and heartbreak.

If you want to move forward in life, it’s essential to reflect on and acknowledge “WHY” the relationship didn’t work. If you skip this step in the healing process, your next relationship “WILL” end in disaster too.

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3 Tips for Leaving Your Comfort Zone

Last Updated February 14th, 2019

Leaving your comfort zone is the pathway to a better life. Leaving your comfort zone challenges you to break past the boundaries of fear and gain the courage to seek a better life. 

Living in an abusive marriage and an unhealthy relationship caused fear, anxiety and emotional distress. Over time, I became trapped inside the comfort zone and stuck in a rut.

The feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem, skepticism, and pessimism were overpowering. Living in despair with no hope for a better life was disastrous.

To search for a better life meant leaving your comfort zone. And once I began to break out of the comfort zone, personal and spiritual growth became inevitable.