grief comes in many forms, but in all its forms, it’s a difficult thing to deal with. read my third edition of my “grief lessons” series and learn how to better empathize with anyone dealing with loss.
do you often have a guilty conscience? is it easy to put you on a guilt trip? do you find yourself living with a lot of regret? learn about how guilt is paralyzing, passive and even selfish and why we should get rid of our guilt today.
men need our permission to cry. yes even in this patriarchal society - especially in this patriarchal society. in the midst of a community that convinces our men that they need to be invincible, i share several stories of men who have redefined their masculinity in such beautiful, powerful ways.
i spent 25 years of my life living for “them:” anyone and everyone who wasn’t “me.” so many of us women live our lives for others without realizing that, in order for us to truly live out our purpose, we must first learn what “for me” feels like.
so many of us identify as “strong women,” but what does this phrase mean to us? for many of us, our personal definitions of strength do not coincide with mainstream images of “strong women,” and it’s about time we determine what strength looks like for each of us.
our lives are beautiful gardens, and the people, habits, things, mindsets in our lives are either seeds or weeds - there is no in between. learn about how we can use this metaphor to make any change in our lives by following five simple steps.
This is my first video on my channel, the Reel with Rima. Welcome! This video of me performing a my spoken word piece “Why I Write” is part of an original #roadtorima blog post. This piece was to honor my father’s one-year memorial, and was groundbreaking in helping me settle many unresolved feelings I was left with after my father’s sudden passing. click to get some of my rawest, most authentic work.