All posts by: Sue Fry

How often do you find yourself “stung” by criticism?  I found myself fearing the possible sting of criticism in writing this blog post.  It’s a fact; putting my thoughts out on the internet is an opening for criticism. Thanks to some recent reading and program work (Positive Intelligence by Shirzad Chamine and Playing Big by......
Is it changing so subtly you don’t notice?  This question came up as I was getting a massage.  I wondered out loud, “Is this non-bending arm my new normal?”  It’s made me reflect on how easy it is to let life’s circumstances lead us to a new normal.  I have since asked myself, “Is a......
Many of you know me as a “skinny” person, whatever that is.  The reality is, I am not a naturally skinny person and I struggle with food every day.  When I was about 9-years old, I was so embarrassed when I fell in a mud puddle while playing at a friend’s house.  The embarrassment came......
Have you ever stopped to notice what you say you want or what you say you need?  Sure, we need water and food. . . and for some the first cup of coffee in the morning is indeed a perceived “need.”  As I’ve been noticing my own language, I realize I might say, I “need”......
I recently had an experience where I was disappointed and my feelings were hurt.  I haven’t felt this way in quite a long time.  And honestly, I haven’t felt this way because I’ve been keeping myself safe:  safe by holding back in personal interactions, safe by not allowing myself to really feel my feelings, and......