Why Transformation is Painful Pt.1

Ep.089 Truth&TequilaQ&A (1)

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!

If you’re new here, you might not know that I run a mentorship program for women….the Rock Your Mojo Mentorship program. One of the many fabulous things included in it is a two day retreat that happens twice a year called: The Embodiment Retreat. And this week’s episode is dedicated to a question that came up on the most recent one.

After one of the embodiment practices, one of the women asked: Why do some of the practices have to be so uncomfortable?

A couple other women nodded their heads….and on today’s episode is what I shared with them.

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And PS. if you are dealing with heightened anxiety, stress and fear right now, remember to get the free guided breath technique. It’s something I recorded for you to quell the anxiety and boost your mojo. It’s linked in the notes and you can go to http://www.breathewithdeborah.com

Remember, if you have a question you’d like considered for an upcoming Truth + Tequila episode,

Go to https://www.therealundressed.com

And click submit your Q on the Truth + Tequila image.

The Real Undressed is here to inspire you to get free…in whatever way, shape or form that takes.

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Make sure you tune in on Friday for a full episode with Confidence Therapist & Authentic Dating Strategist , Kimmy Seltzer.

As always, thanks for getting undressed with me.

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