Compassion is a key part of giving people the permission they need to change. Growth never stops and it’s important we allow ourselves to constantly move with it and provide others the space to do the same. Today, Vivian Carrasco talks about how we can find understanding for others throughout their growth processes and our […]
Join Charlene, Nancy, and Vivian Carrasco in this week’s conversation about navigating relationships, change, and growth. They all bring enlightening insight about how they’ve handled shifts within their own lives and relationships. From how to shift your patterns of behavior within relationships, how to navigate change with your partner and the most effective ways to […]
In this episode of Turning Inward, Vivian Carrasco shares exclusive insight on the progress, process, and updates on her new book, Love Being Human. Along with this, Vivian also gives a sneak peek of her book by reading the completed introduction. Vivian covers topics such as finding harmony within yourself, learning to love being human, […]
Another heart to heart conversation with Nancy and Char about meaning and story, and how our different perspectives affect how we view events.
Growth is a natural process, but it never gets any easier. Learning to find peace and comfort in transitional seasons is the greatest skill you’ll ever master.
In today’s episode, Vivian has a heart-to-heart with friends about how to tap into your unconscious desires and begin to understand how they’re shaping your experiences and relationships.
https://youtu.be/fHwRT3m-538 Hi. It’s Vivian I’m the host of Within (U)niversity where I teach self-awareness because I believe that better begins within. In the 2 minute video linked above, I ask if you’ve ever gotten so sick and tired of something that the anger and frustration is actually what moved you into action? I have, that’s […]
Vulnerability can be intimidating for many of us. There seems to be a cultural stigma in which we all tend to associate softness with weakness, but today’s conversation expands on why that isn’t the case.