It so easy sometimes for us to immediately react to what we think makes us angry. Whether it’s a person, place or thing. We can be compulsive and confrontational automatically. But of course, that’s how we’re mostly conditioned to be. It always looks like our anger is caused by something outside of us. But what if the anger we feel is caused by something inside of us ? What if the person, place or thing we think is angering us is actually just triggering a past memory? Would
Last Sunday I was invited to speak at a high level forum hosted by Wake Up Surrey and KidsPlay Foundation the subject of Drugs and Gangs. This was my first time speaking in front of hundreds of people.
It is one thing to speak in front of a over 500 hundred people, it’s completely another to stand up there and share my own personal story ... in front of hundreds of people.
I was nervous before I went up on stage, and I wanted to speak my truth. So, I started my opening li