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What is Lady B Collective?

Lady B Collective is for the girl who is learning to accept herself. LBC is for the girl who feels scared, but hopeful. It is for the girl who is stepping into her power; the girl who is sitting alone searching for her purpose. LBC is for the girl that cares for everyone and never receives it back; the girl who so desperately wants to find happiness and love. It is for the messy, the beautiful, the misfits, the introverts, the ignored, the abused, the liberated, and the unique beings that we are. Life changes as do we and as do circumstances. But the one thing that doesn't change is that is women want and need to be heard, loved, respected, happy, peaceful, and purposeful. We need to listen, speak up, love, step into our worth, and persevere through it all. We are not alone in this. We are all connected by this life and we need to uplift and empower each other to shine within our unique qualities and purpose. This is Lady B Collective!

Mission Statement

Lady B Collective helps others find inspiration, motivation, self-love and acceptance in order to live their happiest and healthiest life.

Nominations

I was recently nominated by WEGO Health for these two awards!


From Lady B

My hope is that you realize how much you are loved even when you feel all alone.

My hope is that you always keep trying and never ever let others hold you back.

My hope is that you start to see all of your unique and beautiful qualities as they are and not how people made you feel about them.

My hope is that you get lost, grow, fall to your knees, question everything, but always get back up.

My hope is that you know there is no rush nor penalty for where and when things happen.

My hope is that you know it was never your fault. I'm sorry that they hurt you.

My hope is that you know it's OK to live the life that YOU want to live.

-Lady B Collective-

Recent Posts

For a long time, I was so angry...

For a long time, I was so angry. I thought that I had dealt with my trauma correctly by discussing, forgiving, and healing it. But I kept having outbursts; I kept getting triggered. I was allowing others to take my power. I couldn't stop. I got angry, had expectations that didn't get met, cried, forgave, and started again. This was until I knew I had to break this cycle. But how? I had to get to the root of the problem. I was hurting, and I was so sad. I just wanted to be heard, held, and respected. But it was coming out as anger. I need to give those things to me. I needed to practice forgiveness and healing, not just say it. But I first need to give those things to me. Remember, your anger is not about the topics you argue about, but rather about the deep issues.
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I've come to realize that I never really learned how to deal with my emotions...

I've come to realize that I never really learned how to deal with my emotions; they were bothersome to most. They usually didn't fit with the day's agenda so that just meant they got tucked away inside; I was an emotional hoarder. In time, each emotion started rearing its ugly head. But it was usually chalked up to hormones or some trendy 'crisis.' The reality is that I didn't know how to regulate my emotions. It wasn't until I realized that adult temper tantrums & volatile relationships weren't the norm, that I realized I had a lot of work to do. I still struggle w/ my emotions. How much is too much? Am I expressing myself enough? Is this in the normal range of emotions, & what is really normal? I'll keep learning, practicing, succeeding & failing, & starting all over again. That's the beautifully messy part of the growth journey.
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