As I grew older I learned to control my visibility – I was visible and outspoken at school, when I knew it would be most valued. But I was never visible when it really mattered – in relationships or in my writing. Being invisible kept me safe. Being invisible kept me safe from criticism and rejection.
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Please welcome guest author Vangile Makwakwa, a South African writer and renowned speaker, on how to stock energy vampires from sucking your dry. *** How to Stop Energy Vampires from Sucking You Dry “Don’t let...
When we put ourselves first and honour our wishes, we give those around us the space to do the same and raise the bar!
I have this awesome talent to sabotage relationships and great career opportunities just as they turn into success.
A friend of mine, a starving artist, refuses to give gifts and party away her money in December, instead she asks all her friends to choose a day and go as a group at her favorite charity.
Please welcome guest columnist Vangile Makwakwa to Writer’s Fun Zone! Today Vangile discusses how to overcome writer’s block and fear of rejection. Enjoy! *** Fear of rejection is one of the biggest blocks to...