Author: thekarleighproject

  • 187: A New Commitment The podcast has a new name. Formerly Confidence from the Ground Up, it’s now The Worthy Of Show. When I first started the podcast, my focus was helping women find and build their confidence. I helped them develop the skill (yes, it’s a skill) but what I quickly realized is that the thing that […]

  • 186: One of the KEYS to Healing: Grief   There is SO much grief that comes with leaving an abusive relationship. People don’t understand that, which makes sense, right? If you haven’t gone through it, you’re not going to understand it. There are many different ways grief shows up in an abusive relationship. The biggest thing you grieve is the person. The […]

  • 169: Am I Being Abused?

    How do I know if I’m in an abusive relationship? The initial answer that I give is if you’re asking the question, you probably are. If you’re uncomfortable with that, here’s a bit of a deeper answer: If anyone is out to make you feel uncomfortable or if someone is purposely trying to make you […]

  • 168: Why Victims Can’t ‘Just Leave.’

  • 167: Are you ‘a lot?’

    Have you ever been told that you’re too much? You’re too loud, too quiet, your personality is too big or too small. Too whatever. If so, you’re not alone. I was having a conversation with my mom a few weeks ago and it hit me that yes, I AM a lot. Your first reaction to […]

  • 166: 7 Years Out? You’re untouched, boo.

    A few months ago I saw a TikTok that really hit me, but it wasn’t until last week that I actually internalized it. What I learned is that our cells regenerate every seven years. The cells in our body are completely new every seven years. Our liver, kidneys, and our skin. This means that every […]

  • 165: You’ve GOT to Rest

    This time of year, a lot of crazy things tend to happen. We either get very excited and stress ourselves out because we want it to be perfect. Or we get very low because the holidays are a struggle. We still stress ourselves out because the holidays can’t be what we want them to be. […]

  • 164: The Danger of Self Awareness

    Self awareness can be dangerous. Knowledge is powerful but it can lead us to believe that because we have the knowledge we’re now invincible. When you learn about the dynamics of an abusive relationship, when you can recognize gaslighting, you begin to fall into a pattern of beating yourself up when you have a human […]

  • 163: 5 Steps to Stop Gaslighting Yourself

    Since this is a reupload, find the original transcript by clicking here.

  • 162: Gaslighting 101 Today we’re taking it back to our roots with Gaslighting 101. The original transcript can be found by clicking here.