Keeping It Real with Kellie

The Melody of Fear

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Anxiety and depression talks, Part 1 By KELLIE KAMRYN As a child, I woke up at night with inexplicable fear. Oftentimes, I’d be sweating and have painful bowel movements. By morning, I’d be so tired, I’d…

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Holding Space

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By KELLIE KAMRYN If you’re an empath like me, you’ve probably gone into crowds and left feeling drained. You may find you get sick more often, feel tired or exhausted regularly, and need a lot of…

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Mirror, Mirror

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By KELLIE KAMRYN “To really get it, you must observe yourself to see what I mean. You have an angry thought bubble up and you become angry. It is the same with all your emotions. They’re…

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Spiritual Success

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By KELLIE KAMRYN I attended a workshop series facilitated by Darlene Drewniak called Soul Alchemy: Ignite the Infinite.  At the workshop, a question was posed to the group: What do we feel defines spiritual success? In…

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Crash and Grow

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By KELLIE KAMRYN It might be a car accident, an illness or the death of a loved one. Perhaps it’s the loss of a job or a divorce. There are many scenarios that could cause us…

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For Love and Comfort

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By KELLIE KAMRYN At the age of 12, I had to have an emergency appendectomy. It was a vulnerable time in my life for many reasons. As friends and family do, they brought me get well…

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Be The Change

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By KELLIE KAMRYN We’ve all heard the expression, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” Often, I hear people lament about how they wish the world would change, or if this person would…

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You Are Here

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By KELLIE KAMRYN One day while I was at the gym, I overheard a conversation between a fellow coach and a gymnast. They were discussing a score she received at a competition and I could see…

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What I Know About the Ego

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By KELLIE KAMRYN Often, the ego is portrayed as the pompous part of a person that likes to shout about their importance or that they are better than others. Ego doesn’t always shout. The ego works…

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