Rise above the gaslight

An oldie but a goodie. Here is the early start of my journey.

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The Tears That I No Longer Cry

People wonder if I am hiding and concealing other underlining issues. This is why I have no more tears left to cry.

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The Traumatic Events that Changed My Life

September 11 changed a lot of lives, it affected me in more than one way. Where once the threat coming from outside terroist becomes the grim reality is that we ourselves have become terrorist in our own social norm.

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The Truth In Fiction Storytelling -The Truth of Injustice to Women

The Birds of Prey was the story of Harley Quinn’s Emaciation from a break up from The Joker, however in this fiction account of story telling, reveals the truth of what women go through both in their personal life and work life. Here is my analysis of that movie.

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What We Do Wrong In Change

We all get discouraged in change. However I feel that we never get told the key points we need to be aware of when we attempt change. Where the “progress is progress” can’t be seen, here are some pointers to get you prepared not only for universal positive change, but for your NY resolutions that are around the corner.

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The Beauty in Pain – A Double Edge Sword

When a person suffers a traumatic event, they are deemed undesirable. The irony in this is that people who heal from trauma become the most qualified to handle traumatic events that others experience. However, the enabled bad behaviors that one can gain in this can lead to a demise in our own self improvement. Here is my story and the tips on how to avoid it.

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The Dangers of Self Doubt

Self doubt is something we all carry in our life’s. It’s not about holding in these emotions but nipping them head on. Here’s the story on what eliminating self doubt does. As the protagonist in “The Rideshare Chronicles” Alessandra deals with this in the story, she becomes the super hero he all can relate to and need in this modern day era.

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The Things We Do Wrong in Self Worth

Self Efficacy is the one thing we do not practice when it comes to self care. See what you’re doing wrong in establishing your self worth.

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I Am Loyal, Brave, and True

The Disservice We Do To There is no doubt that I borrowed this blog post from Christina Aguilera’s song “Loyal, Brave, and True” and for good reason. Before l get into the post let me just vent about society for a bit. Why do we live in a society of bandwagoning and use individual’s personal…

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It’s Not Always About Reaching the Finish Line

Life isn’t always about crossing the finishing line. It’s only normal for us to fall in the presence of failure. In our society, we use shaming in the presence of failure to make those feel about our short coming. Truth is when you shake it off and jump gracefully from the fall, you get something more valuable to acknowledgement. You get the power of change if you see the silver lining of failure. On the next fall, you may just shake it off and be like….Superstar.

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Absolution of Forgiveness

The thing I have gained on my journey was the ability to authentically forgive. Having no resentment, no regret, and gain something so much more than I ever gained. The power to forgive myself. Which led to the ability to be filled with gratitude, humbleness, and the ability to f*$k shit up for the greater good. Best of all, it gave me closure to the wounds I carried throughout my life. Here’s what forgiveness looks like and the benefits forgiveness you gain from this courageous venture.

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Not Today Misery, I Ran Out of Pendejadas for the Day

It’s easier to disengage with he idiots and the criticism of the world. It starts by being true to yourself and just saying “Bye Felicia” or “Bye Felipe” if he’s your male counterpart.

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The Power of Accountability

Accountability is the one thing we all struggle to face. With gaslighting as an enabler, it’s not hard to see why. However, there is a power when you take accountability. It empowers a person to become a better version of themselves. Here are some ways to become a true leaders and the top 10 leaders in the world who were successful in showing this. Who knows, you may have a future Martin Luther King Jr. in your presence and you don”t even know it.

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The Misperception of Discrimination

Today’s blog talks about the realness of discrimination and the place it happens in live action, during travel. Discrimination in the hotel industry is on the rise having a major chain, Wyndam Hotels settling a class action from 2016. You might think it was then, read more to find out my current experience and the degration I faced, even as a published writer.

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The Dangerous Act of Turning a Blind Eye

One of the biggest dis-services the world can do is turn a blind eye. Find out why it’s important to break that habit and how doing this can make a huge difference to inspire success in the movements we desperately need to make a difference.

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The Misperceptions 0f The Male Stereotype

So I hate to say this, but guys have it worst when it comes to the vicious game of gender roles. However, they also make it a little tough to fight for their honor as many f them tend to use that same stereotype against women and the female persona. My experience has shown this…

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