Surviving to Thriving: Kim Boudreau Smith

Surviving to Thriving: Overcoming My Darkest Moment Kim Boudreau Smith In this episode of “Surviving to Thriving: Overcoming My Darkest Moment,” I talk with coach, speaker and creator of Her Bold Voice, Kim Boudreau Smith. Growing up Kim learned to be seen and not heard. She became a corporate “yes” woman, living her life based

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#301- Journey of Attachment: The Trifecta of Perfection, Jinxing and Controlling Outcomes

#301- Journey of Attachment: The Trifecta of Perfection, Jinxing and Controlling Outcomes Here we are with another triangle: perfectionism, fear of jinxing things and trying to control outcomes. They all interplay and it looks something like this… to have what you want (i.e. a happy relationship), you feel you must attain perfection to ensure that outcome,

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#270- Low Level Energy Isn’t Normal and You Can Raise It

  #270- Low Level Energy Isn’t Normal and You Can Raise It We often confuse nature with nurture thinking we’re built a certain way and that’s what we have to work with. We have a certain bar for everything—happiness, wealth, success, emotional availability, energy, etc., believing it can only go so high. But what if that

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#242- People Aren’t Objects; We Are Built For Connection

  #242- People Aren’t Objects; We Are Built For Connection A healthy relationship has nothing to do with finding that perfect person, or someone who doesn’t trigger you emotionally. It’s about intimacy and connection, which are bound to poke those triggers. This isn’t a bad thing, and instead of shoving the pain down, it’s better to

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#235- Journey of Attachment: Fantasy Feelings in Unhealthy Relationships

#235- Journey of Attachment: Fantasy Feelings in Unhealthy Relationships Your perfect partner isn’t out there. You have expectations around the type of person you’re looking for, and there are often intense feelings associated with those expectations: highs and lows. You think chemistry is an indicator of what a healthy relationship looks like, but that’s not true.

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