1. normajean 4 years ago

    I have an extremely close family, my husband and all my kids. I gave birth to two and have about 12 that call me mom, but 8 that are extremely close. They all know me very well, sometimes too well…they are very supportive of me and what I am doing. I have know pretty much forever that I am a healer. Even as a very young child. I spent 38 years as a neonatal nurse. Three years ago I realized, or at least finally admitted to myself, that I was in an extremely unhealthy place in my life. I decided I needed to get healthy for myself. I lost 65 pounds and decided to pay it bad and start coaching other people who want to get healthy. That has allowed me to retire from nursing, and I am working on bringing my husband home from 38 years in the ED. People at work at first thought I was crazy. I kept telling them that I was going to build my business big enough so that I could retire. They still didn’t believe me until I walked out the door. But you know what? My husband and my kids believed in me every step of the way. I have one person that is a Power Grabber in my life, I realize it and have been dealing with it. I know that she is in my life for a reason and I am learning a lot about how “not to be”. Maybe it is as simple as that? But in the same area I have two other super hero’s to counteract her…I will succeed. I have truly found my passion for this point in my life and am loving it. I have worked on improving my mind in the last 3 years and now am working on my spirituality. Life is good.

  2. Hanna Isaksson 4 years ago

    I am happy to see that I have gathered a lot of super heroes in my life the last two years and that I had to think hard to find the power grabbers. I think the ones who do take some of my energy is kind of between persons. Sometimes they give energy and sometimes they take. It’s not bad all through. And I have a choice how I want to develop those relationships.

  3. Valerie 4 years ago

    Af first i thought that it would be defficult to have super heros, but actualy I have had many throughout my life. Even when I thought at that time it wasn’t so. Many people have encouraged me. But if I have to choose one it has to be my mother. She always believes in me, she learned me patiënt, hope, having a voice, emotions, living life to the fullest, the spiritual world, etc etc. Beeing human,beeing okay with not beeing perfect, respect for family etc etc. I am blessed with my mom and my family and I wil always be grateful that she was and stil is my mom

  4. Cindy Yellow Butterfly 4 years ago

    My superhero is a shaman that I have been working with for a few years. When we first connected it was on a journey to Peru. I witnessed his medicine which was powerful in a very mystical place. Since that time we have done work together and what I most recognize and appreciate is his authenticity when he witnesses and gives teachings. He tells me the things I don’t want to hear and also supports and encourages me to step over the self-created boundaries in my life. Another is a medicine woman – Grandmother Blue Crow. She is another who “says it like it is” – no filter just the medicine you need to hear – always with support and love.

    There have been two recent power grabbers in my life that I allowed to create a huge amount of self-doubt and turmoil. It was one of the driving forces that brought me to this group. One was someone that has mentored me for the past 5 years. In our tribe there was a death of her partner and the ripple of grief and dismantling has been an experience for sure. It really brought me to that place where my heart wanted to close, as well as, I wanted to just say F*&! it … maybe this path is not for me. The mentor even spoke the words that I was jeaolos of her medicine (not the truth – that I knew) but, those words made me take pause and recognize that I was her mirror — the words that she was stating were what she was feeling. There was quite a dynamic undercurrent going on between her and another that I thought were my tribe- my support – my sisters. Anyway – I see it all clearly for what it was and what it is not. I do believe that having a circle or a tribe of those who “know” you is so very important. I am grateful that there are still some that I have remained connected with – but, it would be an understatement to say that this event has not rocked my world.

  5. Ron 5 years ago

    My earliest Super Hero was my Gramma, she kept pushing me to finish school.

    A later Super Hero Was Dave, my Inspection Department Supervisor, who talked me into not quitting my job, part way through my divorce. I was about ready to give it all up!

    A power grabber was an Aircraft Mechanic on my crew, who followed the Union Contract to the letter. He would not give me any leeway to get the aircraft out on time. He was not a very good mechanic too!

    I don’t have any Super Heros to thank, they have all passed on, Bless Them.

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