Liberating Choices is a blog about growing yourself so you can have more meaningful connections with others. Here you will find ways to grow confidence and contentment, so you can be a better spouse, parent, friend, and family member.
“The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart.” ~ Elisabeth Foley
Emotions can bring people together, but they can also tear people apart. In this blog, you will find how to have a choice between your emotions and your thoughts. Discovering that you have a choice between the way you typically react and the way you want to react is freeing.
“To fear is one thing. To let fear grab you by the tail and swing you around is another.” ~ Katherine Paterson
Taking charge of your emotional life builds a bridge to others. Not enough people see their part in the problems that bug them the most. Learn how your thinking can liberate your confidence and strengthen your connections!
About The Author
My name is Marci Payne, and I am passionate about learning how people grow, change, and function in their relationships. I write from my life experience and work as an individual and marriage counselor.
I know what it’s like to balance work, family, and self-care. I have my own business in Kansas City Missouri, as well as working on my personal growth and connecting better with family and friends. I know I can only coach you as far as I can walk myself.
You will read stories about what I’ve learned about parenting and marriage through making my own mistakes as a wife and mother. When I’m not coaching, connecting, or tripping over my own feet, I also enjoy reading, yoga, music, nature, and photography.
My Invitation to You
I want this to be a place to exchange ideas about growing confidence, contentment, and connections, so please introduce yourself in the comments. I look forward to learning from you as much as you learn from me.
“To read is to empower. To empower is to write. To write is to influence. To influence is to change. To change is to live.” – Jane Evershed