Do you feel like focusing and appreciating your own abilities is key to growing? Some people are so envious of other people that they miss their whole purpose of existence and never capitalize on their own abilities. Ever noticed them? @ripahvip
Taking time for yourself, away from the things you think you should be doing, is a way to reconnect with who you are. Labels, stereotypes, roles, expectations with social circles-these things take us further away from our true selves and create inner conflict. Why do I believe in developing relationships with my clients before a shoot? Why do I want to meet with you before you even book your shoot? Because I believe each woman should have the space and time to share her story, who she is and who she’s becoming. What do YOU want to get out of your shoot? Are you overcoming a fear that has controlled your life for too long? Are you learning to become grateful and kind to your body instead of judgmental? Maybe you’ve been with your partner for a while and you want to give them something truly meaningful. These are the types of things we talk about during your consultation. When you book a boudoir shoot with me, it is so much more than picking out lingerie and looking sexy. It’s the process of bringing out the aspects of yourself that make you unstoppable 🙏 • • #boudoirphotography#blackandwhiteportraits#boudoirshoot#bloomingtonboudoir#selfloveisthebestlove#buildingconfidence#sensuality_bnw #portraitsociety#portraitshoot#moodyportraits#portraitartist#blono#chicagowomen#champaignil#myexposureedit#lookslikefilm#inbed#lingerieblogger
Approximations are the baby steps that help us to shape different behaviors. Pacheco's wobble board session started out with the board being held still and then small, predictable movement was added. By the end of the session, he gets on it and is not phased by the free moving surface. To be successful, always go as slow as the dog needs. The end of this session shows us that Pacheco is not comfortable enough to perform a behavior like sit but touch was easy enough. Less is more when we are building confidence with novel people, places, surfaces, behaviors, etc.