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Post Dance Party Growth

Last weekend, I found myself transported back to the early 2000s at a downtown Denver dance party with my closest friends. Decked out in baggy pants, crop tops, glitter, and butterfly clips, we danced and sang to our high school anthems for hours.

But as the glitter settled and the memories lingered, I was met with a familiar foe the next morning: shame.

Had I been too much? Did I embarrass myself? These questions, once potent enough to trigger a full-blown shame spiral, now served as a reminder of how much I've grown.

Sometimes I almost forget about the version of me that used to feel crushed by the anxiety that clouded every social interaction.

That anxiety is exactly what drove me towards self-reflection and growth. It got to the point where I realized that I needed something to change, or I'd spend the rest of my life feeling trapped by anxiety, shame and regret.

Realizing I didn't have to be a victim of my thoughts ultimately inspired me to help other women break free from their own limitations.

We all deserve to live our lives the way we want to; enjoying what we want to, without our own minds making us absolutely miserable. 

We deserve lives that are as bold and adventurous as we are.

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