That charming side to their personality is merely a manipulative tactic, designed to encourage someone else to let their guard down, reveal insecurities and fears that the covert-aggressor will likely “prey on” later. Covert-aggressors are not motivated by helping others, although at times they may portray themselves that way.
Finding and harnessing your inner voice is about tapping into your personal power; your ability to gauge what is the best answer to each question in your life. It is about deeply having a clear vision of self at a soul level, versus the conscious mind. Then not being afraid to listen to and trust the truth that your inner voice shares with you.
A person’s five senses are often taken for granted. For Janet, the loss of her sight caused a major shift in her lifestyle. As a young mother with three children and a husband who was also having trouble with the disease, it almost seemed as if giving up was the only way. But with a little bit of effort and a lot of faith, Janet was able to rebuild her marriage and achieve her new identity through her unlikely passion – writing.
Every month, founder Susan Vernicek writes a new “BE” article! This month’s topic is about embracing your fear and following your gut. Be Fearless. Being Fearless (or working through the fear) is one thing I can appreciate about my personality because I like to take risks and achieve in life. I love a natural rush [...]
Every month, founder Susan Vernicek’s writes a new “BE” article! This month’s topic is about embracing your Identity by being creative and authentic. This is for all of you ladies out there that may feel like you are being held back, or feel that you are struggling to embrace your true identity. I’m insisting that [...]
Kimberly Elmore, an Identity Staff Writer has dedicated her time to “Scratch the Surface” and focusing on one woman and her inspirational story. Kimberly’s interviews to highlight any woman who feels that she has achieved in her life. Whether you’re a mother, CEO, nurse, or an entrepreneur, we want to scratch the surface and find [...]
This section is all about emotions and learning about our mental health. Kimberly Elmore, an Identity Staff Writer, has dedicated her time to educate and discuss a particular emotion in each issue. It’s a great way for women to open up and become more aware of our emotions, feelings, and human behavior. All of these [...]
Identity’s June 1st quarterly calendar issue is here! Check out founder Susan Vernicek’s newest “BE” Blog, Be Confident. Keep an eye out for how Identity is changing and expanding. Feel Beautiful Everyday!™ with Identity. Yea, You ARE Pear Shaped…Could you imagine hearing somebody say that to you? Even if they didn’t say it intentionally, it [...]
By Laura L. Brown As I was sitting here contemplating what to write about the topic of “achievement,” it occurred to me that I personally don’t resonate with the concept of focusing life on achieving end results outside of me. Of course, the definition of ‘achieve—to bring to a successful conclusion; accomplish; attain; to gain [...]