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"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast
"I mean i think christie's story chris williams story is an incredible wind And i had called him since the book has been finished and talk to him about his decision to forgive because so many people had a similar reaction of reading his story in saying while. That's such an honorable thing to be able to forgive in that moment that you are weighing in a turnover car and you look over you see your wife your children in the back and How you do that and also you know people feel like i could never do that like that's an impossible situation to be end in. How could he possibly have been able to do that. In such an admirable thing but like how is that possible. And so. I called him after. Because i had so many people saying that the and i asked him so when you decided to forgive in not moment how did you never have moments of rage or anger or sadness or devastation. Like how did you never go through those many steps of getting to a place of forgiveness. And you're able to do it in the instant that it happened. And he quickly said to be. Didn't know i felt all of those things and i still have women's where i feel those things and i'll have you know trigger moments where i'm reminded of my kids. That are no longer here my wife. It's no longer here. And what could have been. And i get really start and upset and i allow myself to take the time if it's a day or a couple of hours or whatever it is and now it's in. I think thirteen or fourteen years since his accident so he has them less frequently. But you know when it happened to you would have it every single day and so it was about. You know getting to a place where he was able to bring himself back to a place of forgiveness which is what his goal was especially to honor the lives of his wife and his two kids who were no longer there and so i think that was a different..
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast
"Ladies and gentlemen this week in next ninety days we are talking about perspective and as a part of our conversation around perspective. We have a treat. I was able to have a conversation with catherine schwarzenegger pratt. Who has just recently become a new york times bestseller for a book that she's written called the gift of forgiveness may forgiveness. It is a complicated topic. And catherine is someone who has approached this topic with extraordinary grace. She has found twenty two people who have the most incredible stories of what i would. Argue are unforgivable. In many many instances stories that they shows to forgive anyway they found a way to with the perspective of how forgiveness could be an attempt to take back the power in unforgivable situations offer forgiveness and the way that she has walked through these stories. The way that we in this conversation walk through the complicated nature forgiveness will challenge you to think differently about how forgiveness is all about perspective. I hope you'll enjoy this. Week's conversation with catherine schwarzenegger brad. I'm rachel hollis. I'm dave hollis and we're married for fifteen years and we have four kids like a thousand kids we've been foster parents support kids as well and we're running a business together. That's a lot of thing is a lot of these but we know that it's possible to have an exceptional relationship. Were guardless of the stresses you have in your life so if you want some tips and tricks and how we get through all the things is rights together. Ladies and gentlemen. I'm super excited..
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Announce Baby's Birth
"Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger say they're beyond thrilled and extremely blessed after she gave birth to their first child together. The Avengers actor and the Children's book author announced the birth of Daughter Lila. Maria Schwarzenegger. Pratt in a joint post on
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announce baby's birth
"Like Stevens, native Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger's say they're beyond thrilled and extremely blessed after she gave birth to their first child together. The Avengers actor and the Children's book author announced the birth of Daughter Lila Maria Schwarzenegger Pratt in a joint post on their instagram accounts. Yesterday, the 41 year old Pratt has a seven year old son with his first wife, actress on a Ferris who went to U Dub. The baby is the granddaughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Welcome Their First Child
"Have you learned to learn? Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are giving the world a glimpse of their newborn baby girl. Chris Pratt shared on Instagram that he and Schwarzenegger are thrilled to announce the birth of their first child together Lilah Maria Schwarzenegger, Pratt, and he shared a picture of the pair holding the baby's hand. And Pratt also wrote. Both Mom and baby are doing great. We're extremely big Bull, Hester, Love
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on Living Fully with Mallory Ervin
"In those times because it's normal it's okay does it mean that you're terrible left for inness. It's all about how you bring yourself back to living in a place in forgiveness. He has so. I think that forgiveness itself is a big theme. Net has come up a lot around. This book also comes up. You know in the pages of this. Look you know this really powerful because how people choose to kind of themselves up and live their lives. It go forward is powering. Yeah definitely and so this. Podcast is called living fully. So kind of you know. In the end of this podcast. I want your words people. I want everyone to read this book because like I said it might not even be something. That's on the forefront of your mind that you think you need to forgive yourself forgive someone else about this will jog your spirit in a way that is. It's pretty amazing like your. This book is really. I'm saying just as an At this book it's really amazing. So how can way Katherine? How can we live fully through forgiveness? I think number one I would say the best way to live. Fully in forgiveness is to be open to let their psalmody situations that will come up in our life that will harden us and make us closed off the idea of forgiveness being possible and the writing this book and reading these pages and hearing people stories. I think you can St. How inspiring they are in how the open to forgiveness has been such a incredibly liberating and challenging for sure but incredible experience in all these people's lives had so. I think when it comes to living life fully end to the best possible way that we can just being open to it I think is the number one step to life thin and welcoming forgiveness as being something that you want to give yourself a gift of it being a part of your life because I lived my life for a very long time being very closed off to. I think a lot of people still. Do you know we could be open today to have something happen to us to be closed off to it. And that's okay and it's all about how we can hear another prison story. Another person's experience see how their lives have been changed and affected by being open to for MS and then see how we can open our hearts and our ourselves to forgiveness in our own lives. Amazing you didn't even need a book tour okay. This is Dan so amazing. And like I said this book has really impacted my life and I know it will impact the lives of everyone who is reading it and I know that that was your reason for writing this book in the first place so glad directed that book tour being cancelled Quarantined into positive. He's still reading this book. So thank you so much Katharine and I'm GonNa put the books available everywhere. Yes the links to the book and to your Social Media and all things Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt saying. I can't say in Katherine Schwarzenegger and I was like no way. She got married. So there's nothing like I got very warranty another right. Yes we're together in quarantine so it's good. It's Nice Nice but I do miss my siblings and my bet I I bet. You'll see 'em soon enough so soon enough. We'll see each other. In the meantime we'll stay connected on facetime. Well thanks so much Catherine. I really appreciate you. I'm.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on Living Fully with Mallory Ervin
"With a really really special guest Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt. Who has just written a book? That I'm going to tell you about right now. So throughout our lives our ability to forgive is constantly tested. How can some forgive while others can't quite move on written with grace and understanding the gift of forgiveness inspiring stories from those who have overcome the unforgivable back Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt provides a pathway readers of all walks of life ages spiritual backgrounds? Who Want to begin their journey of forgiveness? The gift of forgiveness. And we'll talk about this today. It features more than twenty in depth interviews and stories. That will literally shake you to your core and in my opinion will prompt. You like it did me when I read this book to begin. Your own journey forgiveness. We'll talk about some of the people in this book. You will not believe some of these people who sat with Catherine and told their stories. It's just amazing. Catherine's Book Will Shift Your Perspective on what it means to forgive. Us forgiveness as a tool to accept a move forward be more compassionate release challenging emotions and be unafraid to forgive. The gift of forgiveness is filled with a blend personal insights powerful quotations hard won wisdom for those seeking away to live with Greater Acceptance Grace and peace and can literally attest to every single sentence that I just said because I just read it cover to cover and Catherine. If you guys don't know Captain Schwarzenegger Pratt. She's a New York Times. Bestselling author animal advocate daughter. Sister wife and step mom she is passionate about a lot of things also included in. This is. She's a passionate animal advocate. And she's just an amazing woman as you'll see in this interview today and as an author Catherine skilfully translated her own personal experiences into all four of her books that speak to her generation and she currently lives slash is quarantined with her family in La. Okay so I am here with Catherine now and Hello Catherine. Thank you so much for coming on today. What an honor to have you on. Oh thank you. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited so my whole journey with everything with this podcast. In my whole kind of brand is to help people to live fully to live their lives to the fullest. And as you and I both know there are so many things that can stand in your way of that and I feel like especially after reading this book. Cover to cover. Wow forgiveness is one of those that I feel like we always pushed to the back burner and so my first question to you is all the things that you could have written a book about the amazing things.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast
"Ladies and gentlemen this week in next ninety days we are talking about perspective in as a part of our conversation around perspective. We have a treat. I was able to have a conversation with Catherine Schwarzenegger. Pratt who has just recently become a New York Times bestseller for a book that she's written called. The gift of forgiveness may unforgiveness. It is a complicated topic and Catherine is someone who has approached this topic with extraordinary grace. She has found twenty two people who have the most incredible stories of what I would. Argue are unforgivable. In many many instances stories that they chose to forgive anyway they found a way to with the perspective of how forgiveness could be an attempt to take back the power in unforgivable situations offer forgiveness and the way that she has walked through these stories. The way that we in this conversation walk through the complicated nature forgiveness will challenge you to think differently about how forgiveness is all about perspective. I hope you'll enjoy this week's conversation with Catherine Schwarzenegger.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Join your favorite trio Hollywood ladies Kelty Night Becca Tobin and Jack Vanik on their weekly Rawal. Look all things pop. Culture with some amazing guests of coming episodes include pop superstar Shania Twain Real Housewife Nina leaks and bachelor nick via check out lady gang every week on Apple. Podcasts AND PODCASTS. One this is heather do pros world. Here's another. So how do we teach our kids? Because I think that the old adage was kind of like say you're sorry. Say Now forgive okay. Let's move on people right. That's not always the best way. I also think about that a lot especially when writing this book because I tried to think about when the first time was that I was even taught about forgiveness from my parents and it is when you're younger and you're on the playground and you come home and you say so and so pushed me or so. And So said I can't have you know a play date with them or whatever it is and you feel heard and you know the way your parents explain it like most parents is go. Tell her how you feel. And she'll say she's sorry and you hug and make up and your best friends again and I think that that's the way that everyone teaches. Their children are most people teach their children about forgiveness at a very young age. And that's how kids practice forgiveness because there's not a lot of emotion or there's not a lot at stake when you're five and six years old but then as you get older what no one talks to you about is that forgiveness is going to change evolve and what it means to you in high school will be something different than what it means to you when you're out of college and it you know it's constantly evolving as your life evolves and right and where's the switch from blindly forgiving very mindfully forgiving right. And what does that mean? What is you know? Forgive and forget or what is forgiven. Never forget me and does that mean that you really were able to practice forgiveness if you forgive someone but don't forget what they did to you. There's a lot a lot that goes with that and a lot. I think we don't talk about as we got older. Because it becomes more complicated. Do you think women have more of a problem with this. Then men while I think when it comes to friendships I. It was funny because I was actually talking to cortex calming because I interviewed her again recently of saying to her. Do you think that it's more common for women to have? These friendship fall outs. Because you know I had that and I think the more I talked to other women about it. Friendship Fall outs in these history friendships. That we have and the end of these history. Friendships are incredibly painful. And they happen a variety of times in your life majority of the time from what I can gather is in your twenties yeah. I'm going to agree with that. And it's you know it feels like a death and you have to grieve and go through all these process this whole process to get to a place where you feel like you can forgive the other person but I look at my brothers and they I would say both of them don't have any situations where they're like. I'm never speaking to Willie ever again because of this this and this or I'm never speaking Dunkin ever again because it's just you know boys are different than girls. Yeah and as we get older especially they're you know they're like okay. We'll just I even used to think that when I was in high school. I'm like my recite with their friends. And then they get into an argument with them and then they would just move Ogata chicken basket and move on and then just like I'm walking around as a sixteen year old girl that I'm GonNa be pissed at her forever. You know it's just like it's just a different mentality. How it's definitely different mentality. I think we're built differently but I also think it's because we I think as women were so much more emotional. Yes that's these are really relationships to us through non sexual relations. We're you know you know because we data friends right until right. We also think you know as as women and especially young girls. You become friends with these people when you're in elementary school or high school in your life. They're going to be at my wedding and they're going to be with you when I have kids and then we're going to. We're going down this guy on the block and our kids to the same slow. I think most women kind of create this whole situation that we all want to have in our lives and so when you think of someone is being there through that whole lifelong adventure and then all of a sudden. They're not that's devastating but I also know a lot of men who especially as they get older. Who have had friendship fall outs? And it's incredibly painful so I don't WanNA discredit men from dealing with the same thing but I just notice it especially for women in their twenties and I. It seems to be a a point in life where friendships go through a lot. I also think it's sometimes it's just the way people are built. I mean I look at my husband. My husband whole families like this men. Women doesn't matter they just cut you. They're done. Oh Wow and emotional way just like you know what that didn't work for me. Let's put five years between us. Oh Wow yeah okay. I mean that. That's the only sad thing I mean. That's how my husband so i. My husband's brother was Kevin dubrow he was leaving quiet riot and he died of an accidental overdose about ten years ago and they had kind of a tumultuous relationship and I brought them back together. You know everyone was family. Get and they got into a fight. Terry wanted a few years between them. Any died but they're just not built that way he doesn't need that right but isn't that interesting. I mean just how I think. Maybe it's just your genetic makeup in some cases. Yeah I think it can be our house you know. Of course how. We were raised how we were taught about certain things and you know our parents and our you noticed life experiences and what we put you know value on what we dump a value on so I think there are a lot of factors that contribute to how view that part of our life and there are plenty of people in my life. Where I'm like you know you should really forgive that person like I don't want to I don't care to I don't want you. It doesn't affect me and I'm like okay. That's totally great. Because that's your choice has nothing to do with me and I need to respect that. So it's you know I think it just like shows again. It's unique and different things so people are better at the. It's funny because Terry had sent me a coke. I'm going through something with a former friend that has been very upsetting to me. And so I- marinate on things a lot. I'm not good at letting letting go and but I am really good at being very you know it really saying to myself. What's my part in all of this? You know how how what did I do in this relationship to hurt it or you know everything. Negative and For some reason my vocab completely out the window right now but I but everything I do. Try to help hold myself accountable for my part in anything. But then I marinate marinade so terry sent me this quote that says. Leave your front door and your back door open. Allow your thoughts to come and go. Just don't serve them tea. Which I think is so terrific. And it's from shooting rea- Suzuki which I thought was. I'm terrible at this Ryan. Come in the front door. They have T- launch. I search pain. It's like a whole day whenever leaves. They're they're hanging out there. That's why I resonated with your book so much because I felt like okay. I don't really need to forgive by debt. I'm pest kind of like being. I don't like being pissed but it doesn't affect my life right. I don't think about it. It's not hurting my life but in other areas of my life. I do need to forgive. I need to forgive someone for doing stupid things or forgive someone for not doing what they said they were going to do and me taking it on too much self. I think that also because the quote that your husband sent you which I think is so great is another reason. Why for so many of us and I'll say for myself. Included forgiveness is an ongoing struggle. And it's an ongoing journey for some people. It's a one and done thing. You know I forgive you. I'm done. Forgive another person. They're done and they just keep going through life and for a lot of us you can forgive the person and move on but then sometimes you have moments where things are triggered and then you go back and you're like I'm actually still pissed at them and and that doesn't mean that you haven't forgiven them necessarily but it means that forgiveness is an ongoing journey for you and that when you have moments where you feel like you might be triggered by something or taking a step back or getting upset about something that your gentle with yourself in that process because it is an ongoing process it is an ongoing journey and a struggle and then you can think about. Oh maybe I can think about this nugget of wisdom that I learned from the book from listening to this person or from talking to this person and and get yourself through to be able to say okay now I feel better but that was a trigger moment gentle with myself and patient and now I can move forward I let myself be upset and and so I think that it also has to do with not beating yourself up when you have moments of feeling like okay. Let the people and the feelings into have tea and lunch you can you. Can you know tomorrow? Say I don't have anything and I feel great about it and that's okay. Then you have moments where you say okay. All those thoughts came back into my mind and they stayed two nights. And you know and I want to be done with them and move forward so I think you have to be gentle with yourself in that process. What tools do you use? I mean I used majority of the tools of the stories in this book number one. I think that that's it's funny because every single person that I talked to about this book and just whether I'm doing an interview or just talking to people about my journey writing the book for two years. Everybody wants to know like the quick tips on. How do I forgive? There is and there aren't any and not is the unfortunate but also fortunate situation is is that it's really up to you how you want to practice at number one. Most important thing is to be open to it because a lot of people are really closed off forgiving. And don't ever WANNA forgive and don't want to learn about it etc but I think you know even people who are in that mindset and read this book and think Oh maybe this there is somebody that I can go back and forgive her and I have something at the end of the book That is a it's your turn section and it's blank pages because the which my sister Christina gave the idea to do that because it's every single time I've talked to somebody about this book I tell them I'm writing a book on forgiveness and they pause and they get really serious and you can see the wheels turning and they start thinking about. Yeah there was this girl in high school person at work or your mother or I some forgiven my ex husband or whatever it is and there are plenty of people by the way that I have known for many years that I would say I wrote this book and they would start crying and talk to me about things that I had no idea that they were dealing with. So this book will trigger those thoughts and those wheels start turning in ticking and you might have situations where you're like actually. I didn't even realize that I'm still upset about this person from twenty years ago. So write their name at the end of the book in those blink pages and or write them a letter and give them the book or keep it for yourself. Because it's a therapeutic process to just be able to jot that down. I'm a big believer in writing things down and that that has purpose and meaning and that's why I wanted to include that at the end of the book because just talking to people starts you start thinking of situations in people and instances just starts getting your your mind working and my hope is that people will write those things down and give it to another person or just keep it for themselves and start their healing process. Well I thought it was great. I felt like when I read the book I felt like I was like we were friends. Great you were just like this. And you're just telling me stories about people you've met and what you gleaned from and I thought that was the best part of all because it felt very accessible. Thank you really. I think you've done a beautiful jobs. Congratulations I wish you all the cue. Thank you for being here for. Tell everyone to find you on social media and where to get the book. Yes so you can get. The book comes out March tenth and it's available on Amazon and also Barnes and noble and all bookstores. And then you can follow me on instagram or twitter facebook. Whatever you want. And it's just Katherine Schwarzenegger..
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"No accountability. They just a just free for all and they're super on US but Yeah so glad you're here. I'm really excited about this episode. It was such a joy to record with Catherine She is so beautiful and she's so beautiful she's magnetic for sure. Yeah from the inside out for Real Way. I just felt like especially you know in Hollywood and you know. She's not necessarily in the thick of Hollywood. But she's married to Chris Pratt and she's grown up kind of in the spotlight in a way. And so you know. It's always a really a joy to connect with someone who's so grounded and I do think her family was such a big part of that by her new book. The gift of forgiveness is out two days. You can get everywhere. Books are sold whether it's on Amazon or in bookstores. But I just thought it was such a an appropriate topic for us to be talking about. I've just had conversations with friends around forgiveness and we didn't even know we were talking about forgiveness. We were talking about how they were feeling physically. How they just can't get over this or that and there's such a connection there and they didn't realize that most of the pain lear experiencing was because they hadn't either forgive him themselves or other people so we talk a lot about that process and what that can look like and how. It's different for everyone yen when we were talking to her. I was realizing that forgiveness is truly the ultimate form of vulnerability. It's exposing yourself to the possibility of being hurt again. It's letting someone in potentially it's the ego releasing of the ego to believe that you need the pain to be who you are. It's allowance of change. Its allowance of the possibility of being. Okay it's allowance of emotion feeling and it's so it's so layered and I really didn't think about it until I had the book in front of us in front of me and we were interviewing her that I realized how profound forgiveness was and is and you know through different periods of my life. I think I may be bypassed a lot of the process of forgiveness so I would say that I would forgive but I would really bypass a lot of like the pain part of it and a lot of the anger that I'm really working with now within different traumas within my life and I think it's so important for me to look at forgiveness and go back to the basics of what that process is because if I think about you know the things in my life that have been traumatic or that I carry with me. Have I forgiven or am I just bypassing part of the process and now I sort of detached from it or sort of make jokes about things so it just was really profound for me to kind of go back in my life and to really rethink how I forgive. If I've forgiven have gone through the process that makes me feel integrated and whole with it. Made me think too about like how I would become so comfortable in that pain. So it like really didn't require me to step up and move through the like my break up. I've talked about on the podcast and how I just. I didn't forgive myself for a really long time. And I think it's because I really didn't want to move forward and do the work required to become the person I was supposed to become. That just seemed like too much at the time so I do think forgiveness is certainly a big task like I don't think people should take it lightly and it it does take I think practice and Catherine talks about you. Know really working that forgiveness muscle but yeah I do think it's a way for us to just kind of stay where we are you know yet. I wouldn't story. I wonder I wonder if what you would think about this. I think when I first met you. I don't think you had forgiven yourself for that. No it's been recently in the past year so yeah for sure and I I didn't even realize and we're talking about Lindsay cheating on her ex boyfriend. Yeah I realize that like. I said that I was good before I was good. Do you know what I mean and so I think it was actually kind of during Iowa. Ska that I saw our relationship and exactly I saw the why behind it and it was really beautiful and I actually saw him in his now wife together and I was just I was just so happy for them you know and I understood that. He learned things within the relationship that made him better for her. And I learn things so the took a it took a long time and then what I was doing was perpetuating how I felt about myself by choosing people who confirmed that for me. You know who'd really didn't make value me and so it's just really an interesting process but be I mean it could be your ticket to a much freer life. Yeah I completely agree and I think too you know when I think about forgiveness. It's like I can sit there and meditation and in quiet and think an ask myself and my body like have I forgiven. You know if I brought up a traumatic situation in my life and I could sit there and thank like how by forgiven and ask my body and ask my soul it. Hopefully we'll be very clean apparent if you have or have not and I could feel it in my heart I feel like a little wrenching. My heart a little bit when I think about certain things and it's like Oh interesting like let's go there. Let's explore there. What would be the process to forgive or let go there and it's and the freedom exactly like you said that you feel when you forgive this. The best you know for me in my relationship with Justin. It's like when we have our moments of fighting or whatever when. I'm a person that needs sorry and I know there's a lot of people within personal relationships that don't need that. I need that. That communication of understanding of like validity of my own feelings and the understood nature of like no. I'm not GonNa do it again. But it's like I'm sorry which just means so much to me and I don't know if I was modeled that a lot in my life but I'm a person that needs sorry Justin's not Justin's more of like a actions person so it's been interesting within our lives to one. We practice forgiveness in my personal relationships like the different ways in which we want forgiveness to be expressed and experienced within my our lives Yeah and it's just kind of validating both each other now you know. I don't know I think we asked Catherine actually about forgiveness within her relationship and she's like Chris Perfect so whatever which I know is perfect but I'm sure that within their life only they haven't even been married a year but they will experience times when they will be challenged. Forgive one another but I do think that's where kind of the muscle work does. Come in where you're like okay. I've been here before with this person. And how has it felt when I forgiven them? And let you know was validated. And then let it go like I. I just think especially within a romantic relationship. It's it's probably more of a daily practice you know. Yeah and with It was beautiful to talk about with Catherine too and I think this is really resonant for our audience We see these conversations happening within our community. Quite often is related to female friendships and female relationships. One of the impetuses of this book was her having a very profound female relationship that ended or you know they broke up in quotes and she had to learn to forgive that very close female friend that she considered a sister so within this. I think it is really good to open up that conversation about female relationships and female forgiveness so a lot of the women that are listening probably had an experience where they feel very connected to another woman within their life another friend and maybe they no longer are friends with that person and it's been very hard and challenging so I think that was a very very profound thing that like we haven't explored really in super detail so I think that was a beautiful part of our conversation and and within the gift of forgiveness. There's a couple of handfuls of stories of people who have just gone through really hard tragic situations that have been challenged to forgive. You know the person that did something to them. Or what have you or circumstance and So Catherine interviewed all of these people and recounted their stories. And it's just really. It's really really beautiful. I felt like the vulnerability in the storytelling and the related ability. So I think you guys are going to get a lot from this interview and from the book yet and she's also on tours. You see her on her book tour Which is very exciting. We'll share those dates in the secret. Almost thirty podcasts. Facebook group and you can also find those on our website And you can follow Catherine on Instagram Katherine Schwarzenegger and the Book is the gift of forgiveness. So before we get into this just two quick announcements from almost thirty We are hosting our second annual retreat in Malibu at Kalemie Ghost ranch we just secured more amazing speakers healers and guests. You can check our website at almost thirty PODCASTS DOT COM SLASH RETREAT. There are few spaces left and we cannot wait to connect with the women that joined last year. We had twenty four women and it was one of the most profound experiences of the year. 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"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
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"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"To peer pressure times in your peers. And make you fall off that that it's OK gentle with yourself. Who is your biggest inspiration award right now? The biggest inspiration in the world right now today so early in the Family Meyer. Who Do you respect outside? Who's like a big inspiration for your in the world? Who's doing stuff that lights up that inspires you always go to I always would just naturally fall back to beyond says being freezing lost just because I think that she's such a woman you know like she's and she's inspiring. I think the way that she's handled her family dynamics and career and balancing everything has been really inspiring but I also truly especially from doing this book. I would say the people in the booker who inspire me every day right now but I I live right now and especially because this book is really my focus that the people in this book that are men women yourself included since you're in it that everyone stories and experiences with in life and also with forgiveness in general. That's what inspires me everyday and also makes me very emotional late. I the first time I read my final. Like didn't need to edit anymore front to back of this book. I started crying. 'cause I was just like 'cause it the book isn't about me it's about everyone's stories that I talked to so to be able to have that into proud of it and also to have everyone in the book feel proud of their section was really important to me and also really exciting. Did a great job on this and thanks for including me in this talk many times about my journey of forgiveness and I think people need to understand that is when you learn to forgive is the greatest gift you can give yourself because of the peace and love. You can come back to yourself. Yeah because when we hold on anger really separate ourselves from love separate ourselves from the intimacy and we put a wall up with other people may not be the person that hurt us or that situation so this is an amazing gift. May She get the gift of forgiveness inspiring stories from those who have overcome the unforgivable. It's outright now. They can get it online Amazon. Barnes and noble everywhere is specific site. They can go to for any additional resources. Yeah we're doing a book tour so also. The tour dates are on my instagram. Which is covered Schwarzenegger and then also on my website. Which is interesting here. Dot Com to come visit Any toward age that we're doing but You know we also have an amazing facebook group of forgiveness ambassadors truly having the most incredible stories and interactions with each other. It's like not crediting myself at all because I did not do anything. I just put everybody in a group together and the conversations that are happening with Wa Stranger to stranger about forgiveness and how they're forgiving they're struggling with. Can anyone helped me on this journey? Can someone advise me here? I'm just like it. The first time I went through and read it. I started crying because I was like. How are people talking like this with people that they don't even know and might never know? Like how are people saying like? I'm really struggling to forgive. You know this person in my life right now. How how does anybody have any ideas on how I can get help through that? And just like create this incredible support system on this facebook page. So I also encourage people to join that face It's a cult. It's just forgiveness. Ambassadors and It's the gift of forgiveness and And it's been a beautiful experience. Yeah you have a personal website to yeah. Kevin Schwarzenegger Dot Com is like the personal website and facebook pages. The same learn more about you and speaking opportunities get the book. Yeah you're up to farm. You're building the future. All the Beatles many horses and everything I love it Wanting algae for a moment catherine for from literally. You're just a light like sitting here. You're a light of love and I really knowledge you for everything you've been through in your life to continue to serve and give and be a light other people whether it's your own experience or sharing other people's experiences in doing the work. I think You don't have to do this type of stuff for the fact that you do. It's really impressive for me and I know you for cost showing up with this. Just open heart and this this light and love the like for for everything Makes you guys get this book? Follow you on Instagram Katherine Schwarzenegger. You haven't added an actual Casey you and you also have a podcast on forgiveness with state head space and it's called the gift of forgiveness. Yes so they can go and this would there. Were airing not probably in. May Okay cool so I'll be updating and shelby able to get more accurate updates to win. That will happen but we have amazing. People were continuing these conversations. You included about forgiveness about people's journeys and experiences and some people from the book other people who are not in the book and My hope is that will it will spark and ignite conversations between people about forgiveness and And hopefully lead people practice it in their own lines. Okay final question. What's your definition of greatness? My definition of greatness definition of greatness would probably be being with the.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Light Catherine. I'm trying to find like really wrong with you. I feel like I have so many defects and so many challenges in my life and I'm like is there anything wrong with Catherine where she forgives? Everyone she doesn't hold on any of everyone now but I'm trying to say is this is super important. I'm glad you just said that. Thank you lady. Aiding no pain. No I definitely experienced in my life. A huge amount of pain struggle hurts sadness in my life and a lot of that I felt was worked through and my forgiveness journey. I have been able to practice forgiveness most importantly and I'm so grateful for that because through writing this book and through my journey of interviewing people and writing this book and talking to people about forgiveness I can happily say that I've been able to forgive my life. Do I know that moving forward in my life that I will have moments where I struggle with forgiveness again one hundred percent. I know that my mom likes to constantly remind me about as well because you know to say thirty. I'm good with forgiveness and I will go through life and I will have moments where I struggle with forgiveness. I can struggle with it for five years ten years longer but what my hope is that because I wrote this book and because I'm able to talk to people about their forgiveness journey that when I'm in those moments of struggling with forgiveness that I will be able to go back and draw inspiration from their stories from other people's stories to help pull me through so it's not that I don't. I've been able to forgive every single person that I am going to always be able to forgive every person that I've you know ever struggled or pain or anything like that because that's not true at all. I have and there are still people that I'm struggling with forgiveness and there are some people that I've been able to forgive and I think that that is part of my journey in my life and it definitely sparked why I wrote this book and my interest in forgiveness and I know that moving forward in life I will still have those moments and I'll still be able to hopefully look back at this book and look back at conversations like this and say okay. Where can I bring myself back to a place where I feel good? Yeah and what's your greatest challenge right now in your life you think. I don't know if it's a challenge as much as it is. I'd say the thing. I'm most focused on right. Now is the launch of this book and doing a book tour and running rampant. No but I think really I look at it as an exciting challenge because my goal is to obviously be able to go and talk about this book on on a book tour and and Speak About forgiveness but my biggest goal is to be able to get this message and book and as many people's hands possible so they can be able to practice forgiveness in their own lives so I look at it as a fun challenge like how can I spread this message. It's something I'm super passionate about. I WANNA get it out. I WanNa talk to as many people as I possibly can. So where do you think is your greatest opportunity for growth for yourself personally beyond beyond the book and I look at every single day as being able to have opportunity for growth in every area? I think it's you know in my relationships in work in in every single thing that I do try to Find ways where I can grow and learn and I'm just somebody who likes to do better be better find ways to grow learn. Educate myself here from other people. That really is something. That is earning specific. You're working on the you know like okay could really grow in.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"You see something that you flex. There's harm in the world that's happening right sex trafficking. Whatever it is animal cruelty and you see this. How do you forgive quickly? How do you learn? Forgive like if something is out there in the world like a friend of mine has this Interim Account that's bringing awareness to animals. That are being treated really poorly around the world and it gets me like sad angry. How to someone when they see something online learn to forgive quicker as opposed to hold onto it for too long to let it ruin their day. I don't know if it's necessarily about forgiveness as much as it is about a sensitive feeling helpless because I think that's where we feel most helpless is when we see things and we don't know what to do to make a difference so I always try. You know whether it's with you know dogs. That need homes are cats that need homes or whatever. The work is that I'm trying to talk about or if I see something that you know. That really upsets me oster something. Yeah were you know I? I also often think of my gramma who saw how people intellectual disabilities were being treated and it made her so angry and because of that she created the Special Olympics. And so I think amazing. Yeah an incredible thing so I think you know I grew up with that lesson. That if there is something that upsets you and it's something that you're passionate about and then go fix it and go make a difference and so. I think with today whether it's someone's instagram account or seeing something on the news or whatever it is and you see something that upsets you. It's about finding ways to help be the change in that and whether it's organization that you go volunteer out of its donating money supplies. Whatever that is that That helps people. I think feel less helpless in a situation because I think a lot of what's going on in the world leaves people feeling like you know like with the environment it's like. Well what can I do? I can recycle. I cannot use straws by making impact exactly But it's just I think important for people to know that every single person can make an impact and it's about actually executing. What's the greater gift when someone who's done the wrong at hurt you upset you? Whatever may be. They've done the thing that someone is angry about. What's the greater gift when they say you know what you're right? I'm sorry I messed up. What I did was horrible. It's it was a bad thing. I'm sorry is greater gifts that the person saying I'm sorry even if they don't forgive them or is it the person actually forgiving them when they say I'm sorry or not. I think based on my understanding of forgiveness for myself and also after doing this book is that it's kind of an additional great thing if someone can come to you and say I'm so sorry for what I've done and what I did was terrible and I've learned from it and that's beautiful amazing moment. A lot of people don't don't do that and they don't not only do people want to do it but they don't get it. They don't receive that from somebody that they need to forgive or that has hurt them or harboured them in some way. So if you're able to get that that's an incredible thing but you bet I did get that and they still don't forgive that's their problem not yours. It was interesting because we were on Sunday family. Dinners my mom. Had Rabbi leader over for dinner. Who's an incredible person and he was talking to me about about forgiveness in Judaism. I love hearing difference different faiths on forgiveness different people's view of forgiveness and he said to me that in Judaism that if you ask for forgiveness. I've done something wrong to you and I ask. You for forgiveness three times saying to you. Please forgive me. I won't do it again and I've learned from my behavior. You don't forgive me. Then that burden is on Utah so I thought that was interesting because I think like you know if I ask. You for forgiveness something that I've done in you say I'm not forgiving. You like you know screw. I'm not GonNa do that then. That just shows you. That forgiveness is about than I need to walk away from that and know that I can't do anything to change your mind. Yes I'm sorry I need to now forgive myself and I need to do the work to forgive myself so I know very hard. But it's that's why it's so interesting to me is because it's so complicated. It's you know a really is that you haven't forgiven yourself for yet myself. I don't think so for holding onto something or hurting someone else or I try not to live and not mindset because I think that it just you carry. I carry on carry around a lot of anger and anxiety and resentment and my goal with practicing forgiveness in my life is to free myself from not and of course they have moments where all get angry and upset about something. And that's okay but I think it's always about being gentle with ourselves as we go through moments of feeling angry or resentful and being gentle with ourselves as we bring ourselves back to living from my place forgiveness. You're such a.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Hire. So what's the word you would do if you saw someone that you thought you forgave? Or it wasn't a big deal or go. What was the exact worth you personally did? In the last year with that one person you're talking about a lot of it didn't even happen in the past year it was When I first started reading the books like almost two and a half years but it was like kind of the last final bit of forgiveness because I had done a lot of that work. You know I would go to church and I talked to the priest from my childhood church that I still go to and I would go to therapy which was amazing for me and I would go and talk to other people like friends and other people who I wanted to know about their forgiveness journey and and that is what really ended up helping me is that I would talk to other people and I would hear what they what their experiences were. And then I was able to kind of go back to my own story and and say like okay. Well I can work through that in my head and and be able to you know I think time helps a lot also certain situations. I'm curious about this. How long do you think it takes to fully forgive no matter what the anger or resentment or crime was committed? How long do you think everyone is different? And that's really what this book has shown me and I thought going into it. Someone would say to me like if you're not done by a year you know you gotTa rhapsody. Yeah let's get to the point but I what I realized is like you know for some people like Deborah Kapika talks in her book in her section in my book about you know practicing forgiveness with A man who raped her when she was in college and those thirty years later that she wrote a letter to him and style and that was it for her when she sent that e mail that person she was done and so I think it showed me that in in for other people You Talk to Paulie Shepherd who is in the Charleston Church shooting and then you talk to You know scarlet Lewis who are son Jesse and the Sandy Hook shooting and you talk to a lot of other people who experienced crazy things in their lives. That are devastating and horrible. And you see that for some. It's three months for summits thirty years and for some it's still an ongoing journey and And I think for some people talking to Chris Williams who has mentioned to you earlier. Who's in the book? Who Lost his wife and two children in a car accident with a drunk driver and he said in the moment that he woke up in the car accident he was in the car and his wife was in the front seat and three kids in the back in two of them were killed and he remembers opening up his eyes and hearing voice. That said let it go no. He did not know that moment he decided to let it go into forgive moments kids dead cracked and so yes because he heard a voice telling him to let it go and so. I was talking to him earlier this week. I said to him you know I know you said that. And it's just so inspiring an incredible but like how did you do that? How did you not have anger at the person who you know? Just hit your car and caused this incredible loss for you and he said Oh I had moments for sure when I was angry and sad and devastated and you know so hurt and really feeling not but then I always and I would allow myself to feel those feelings which is the most important thing but then I would come back and work my way back to my choice to forgive and you know for him it was really about also feeling like you know when he sees his wife and kids one day in the future that he wants to make sure that they're proud of the way that he handled it off. Yeah he's an incredible person. Now has a beautiful friendship with the boy. You always verson. I know so yeah. Cd's people who have these stories of forgiveness and you really realize that there is not a time limit on forgiveness or a one and done thing and just because you have moments like. If I say I forgive you today and tomorrow I wake up and I'm upset you then I can allow myself to feel those feelings. It's all about how I bring myself back to living in a place of forgiveness the challenges just holding onto. It's only gonNA hurt us more correct right like we can choose to not forget and hold onto it and be angry but it's only gonNA hold us back from actually pursuing a life that we enjoy that we love from a mission purpose rain infecting other people with love as opposed to anger right. I think that that's not to me. Was the biggest shift in my mind personally for my forgiveness. Journey was knowing that I don't have to wait for someone to ask for forgiveness. I don't have to wait for someone to feel sorry or be sorry but I can decide to take my power back and take control of my life in my situation and realize that. I don't WANNA walk around with this anger anymore. I want to let that go and so I need to go through my own journey with forgiveness and orders you leave it in the past and let it go and be able to to live my life moving forward free from that and being able to say that I forget. What have you heard have been some of the best strategies and processes for forgiving? I heard someone say they just said. Let it go there to voice. Someone wrote a letter therapy. What have you found is like good practice for yourself and for other people? Why Number One? I think the most important thing is to just when people are open to forgiveness. That's a huge step because there are so many people and I've known people in my own life who are very closed off on the person they've done is forgivable jinx and you just you see them you see these people on the way that they live their lives and you're just like okay. Yeah but I think it's also like you can never tell somebody that they should forgive someone and also I also try to make it very clear that just because I wrote. This book doesn't make me an expert on forgiveness. I'm not an expert on forgiveness. I'm a student of forgiveness and fellow-struggler of forgiveness and and I just found the stories in this book and also the stories of other people to be incredibly helpful in my own life. And that's why I wanted to write the book but I'm not a forgiveness experts by any means so I think that other people's stories have been really helpful for a lot of people including myself. Some people like to write a letter and send it some people like SLA write a letter and keep it to themselves and some people like to go and confront the person and that's their if you'd like for them other people you know are in situations where they can confront the person because they're not here on this earth anymore and I think a big theme in the book though is faith and people who don't have did not have faith before having some sort of faith as they go through this journey and you know some people are able to go through their forgiveness journey and not have faith and that's okay but I found faith to be a common theme that comes up with Dayton was sense just like okay have faith that this is happening for a reason. Have faith that there's a there's something greater for me from this lesson. Yeah I think it's really just Having faith that you might see that person again having faith this is you know this is GonNa be your work moving forward in your life having faith that that you know you couldn't have done anything to impact what had happened. Faith is having faith and trust in a higher power that you'll be okay and that you'll get through whatever you're going through because I think sometimes when you are going through something really impossibly hard and challenging and you feel alone in that journey to have faith that that there's a greater power that's watching out for you and then is able to see you like I got you. That is reassuring feeling. I feel like you have this amazing family bond. And you've had a lot of friends growing up and we've also grown up in the public. I feel like people know who you are. And you've been around a lot of people. One is the time you felt the most alone in your life. I don't know if you feel large family ever Three older siblings and six of us and I felt alone a lot. Yeah that's true. I mean I think like my I feel so blessed that I'm able to be so close to every single one of my siblings like I. You know my sister and I are. She likes to these very make. Sure that I point out that we're nineteen months apart and not eighteen. So we're I'm the oldest. And then my sister Christina and we're very close apart and then you know Patrick and Christopher Patrick is you know right after Christina and Christopher are eight years apart and and so. I don't know that I'm Sh- I think in certain situations I felt alone with maybe going through certain things that maybe they hadn't gone through but I have to say that my parents did and also my grandparents because you know we had a very large family but my parents have done an incredible job making sure from when we were very little that we knew that we always had each other and that at the end of the day friends are GonNa come and go people come and go but our siblings are the people that will always be there and that's a beautiful thing and to nurture those relationships and to to be able to fight for them to be able to Have great conversations to make them stronger and as you get older they change and they become you know for me. They've become stronger and so amazing to see everybody growing up to go through different life events together and and so I feel so lucky and blessed every single day that I'm able to have my people to good. What is the thing that brings you the most anger on a day-to-day basis in the world? Or situations that you see. Is there anything that creates anger inside of you? I'm sure there are definitely things that create anger. I feel like when people don't want to help others and make the world a better place. That upsets me makes me sad more than angry. Because I feel like we all have the ability to make this crazy world of better and kinder place and also through writing this book and also through talking to you about your story and other people in the book. I think the biggest sense of awareness that I've gained is that you never know what another person is going through even if it might look pretty on the outside or instagram media. But that if we can treat each other and live life with just a little bit more kindness and empathy and compassion that I feel like the world would be so much nicer true one of animals. Talk About Forgiveness. The most forgiving. They're just there's you know. Endless love and Constantly just you know someone will come and lick you no matter what you know what you look like what you've done in your life what you Have done not day and for me. My Dog Maverick. And also the animals that I've had growing up have taught me so much. About unconditional love and responsibility and but also just about just about love and connection I think throughout all phases of my life and so I feel very passionate about animals either podcast by animals to ask because everybody loves to talk about their animals can get anyone who's right or a bird or anything. Everyone loves to talk about animals. I have my dog maverick. And then we have Our family dog Champ and they're like two partners in crime and then I grew up with a ton of animals because I would. I would see a pig that needed a home and then bringing all. Yeah I would find ducks that needed homes and bring them home and Squirrels that was never my brother. Patrick was very birds. I was never a bird person but I would get you know rabbits and a miniature pony. I grew up riding horses so I was like. Let's all be together and off on a farm and in Brentwood and so many animal sanctuary. Now it's like you should have one. I'm that's on my list of things to do. The Backyard Bookstore. Alvie slowly turning my mom's back yard backyard. Yeah like to have like a variety of places with animals. Like this trump. When you see something that angers you now or frustrating whether it's politics or corona virus or whatever it is something that frustrates ingram carefully carry..
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"My relationship with my family. That's probably what I'm most proud because I look at a lot of people's families especially as you get older and you don't have to spend time with them you're not you don't all live in the same house together. You're not always around each other and as you get older your relationships with your family change and also and you have to make an effort to see people in touch with people and I felt really lucky to be to have two parents who really emphasized how important family is and also the closeness between the four of us kids and so I think like I'm thirty now and I look at my relationship with my siblings and I'm really proud of that and I look at my relationship with my parents and I'm really proud of that and then I also now is a married woman. I look at my relationship with my husband and also the relationship that I have with him and the love that I had with him. And I'm very proud of that as well so I would say relationships for me or what. I'm most proud of? Why are you proud of that or something else like? Why is that so important to you? Because I think it takes a lot of work and it takes a lot of work A lot of self awareness a lot of work on yourself and A lot of effort a lot of time and at the end of the day. That's what's most important to me and everything else you know work and friends and you know that's all really important to me as well but I would say those relationships to me are everything. Everything was the greatest lesson you learn about yourself in the last year since being a married woman in terms of relationships. Because people asking you like is it. How like how is it? How's it going to go and I'm like great like we haven't been married for year yet thing like those questions oftentimes better we will have been married for like Thirty Years Phil. They probably have a lot but I think probably just how not that. I necessarily didn't think this I think. Just how great it is and also how great it is to be able to have a partner. That's very supportive and loving and brings out the best in knee and also wants what's best for me And also loves my family gets long. Loves my dog like everything. It's a very I constantly am throughout the day. I'm like my God. I can't believe it's like the best. Yeah it's a very A really exciting. A lot of people struggle with relationships is probably the most challenging for people finding the right intimate pardon being in harmony yeah having mutual interests staying together from time you know it's like one of the most challenging things yes common values. Yeah doing that. Do you think the values was like the main thing for you. That's what's made it so smooth. We met in Church so I think that helps. It's great. Yeah it helps to you know. Meet in a place and it's different for everybody but to meet in a place where you know you have common beliefs and values and do you know what's important to the other person and and then you know spend time learning about what all other things are important to the person as well but I mean even with like writing this book. It's like you know I always had my my family and my parents is like number one cheerleader. And now I have my husband being like so amazing. Being another number one cheerleader. And I'm like Oh my God that's nice. Yes really curious about the thing. That's been the hardest for you to forgive in your life. I think there have been a variety of different moments where I've struggled with forgiveness and I would say in my twenties. I definitely struggled with forgiveness and became really interested in it because I think when I went through high school you can go through high school and not really understand forgiveness because there are other things that are more important to you and then when you kind of get into the real world you start thinking about forgiveness in a different way and what role it plays in your life and what it means to you because what it means to you as something completely different than what it means to me. And that's okay but it's just interesting to me and so I think when I was really struggling with it in a variety of different moments in my twenty s I was trying to find resources and tools to help me through that and figure out what what forgiveness meant to me in how I was going to practice it and I saw a lot of people that were older than me that had lived their lives and continue to live their lives not being able to practice forgiveness. I was clear that I did not want that. They're holding onto anger resentment. And you can just tell that it was you know a not again their choice and I'm never somebody who's GonNa tell someone that they should forgive or not forgive But I saw how people would carry around this anger and resentment and hostility about something that happened either recently or years ago or you know happened that involves somebody who wasn't even on this earth anymore. Just still carry that and so I found it really fascinating because I always thought growing up that forgiveness involved. Two people are saying. Can you forgive? Please forgive me. You needed to wait for someone to say to you. Please forgive me. Will you forgive me and then you could embark on your forgiveness journey and so I would kind of sit there and I'd be like when is that going to happen is going to happen. The other person even care about happening and then I I realized that If you sit around and wait for another person to ask for forgiveness that you can be waiting a very long time and and also the biggest kind of take away that I had from. This book was just that forgiveness is a gift that you give yourself and it's not about another person at all which was very eye opening for me. Sounds simple but it was a big shift for me in my mind. What's the was there a lesson? You learned through like resentment or anger or holding onto something with a break-up or whatever something politics in your twenties that you were like this is not okay and this person hurt me or this. Situation Frustrates me. I'm holding. Was there something like that? I had had a falling out with one of my close friends and that to me was really devastating and hard for me because I had friendships that I've had since I was little and you think about I call them history friendships and they stay forever because you have so much history and your relationships obviously as you get older change and you know what worked for you as a friend when you're fifteen might not work for you at twenty five and that's okay but it was just an adjustment for me and I didn't realize that it's okay to not have those friendships for the rest of your life. So I was holding onto that and when it just wasn't working it was really hard for me to be able to release that and you're frustrated with the person you're frustrated myself onto the friendship because I was like. This is so cool if I were to have because also as girls. You're younger and you're like I'm GONNA make a best friend in kindergarten and then it'd be at each other's weddings and we're going to have kids together and you know like you in the same block. Yeah exactly and so. When I kind of had a moment where that wasn't necessarily going to be the case it was kind of it was devastating to me and also I when I started writing this book thought like Oh I've I'm good with forgiveness there. You know I've been able to practice it. And what very quickly realized. Which is you know. God works in mysterious ways. When I was working on this book in the very beginning I had moments where I was tested with my ability to actually forgive and I would run into certain people that I thought that I had forgiven and I would still have that anxious nervous feeling and I realized that's a problem and I need to go back and like figure out. Have I forgiven that person? So let me go back and actually do the work so really for me writing. This book was an experience where I I was trying to talk to people and get advice for myself and I write about being a student of forgiveness and also I will continue to be a student of forgiveness in a NFL. Struggler with forgiveness because For some people it's a one and done thing and for other people like myself it's an ongoing journey and I think forgiveness is is the work of a lifetime and And so in this process of writing this book it was a lot of that of kind of going which was cool because it was you know I kind of went into it and I was like. I'm good I'm good. Yeah Yeah Yeah and then I was like okay. I'm actually doing it. How many people would you say? You don't have to say their names. But how many people would you say since the beginning of writing this book to the finish of it that you had to go back and forgive was like a couple people was your.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Think why teaches me so much all the time like I was also just I talk about this constantly lately and I think it's because as I've gotten older I'm asking my mom constantly for advice and I was saying I've always asked my mom for advice but I think as we get older for me I call my mom. You know I'm like I ask her about you. Know How do you do this? How do you do that? What are your thoughts airport? I'll just call her with you. Know I mean especially with this book all Oscar for advice on mad about you know different book tour ideas different podcast idea just everything and then also with friendships and relationships and just you know as you get older those things become much more. I find unknown and so it's nice to have somebody who you admire and also who inspires you to be able to talk to and I was saints my mom that she's like this well of wisdom in every single area and category that it's just like there's just so much that you can never get enough of it and so. I can call her with you. Know something about my dog or something about you. Know a friend or work or whatever and it's just it's just listened to her days. What's the greatest lesson? She taught you wrong that you still think about today. I think my both of my parents always told the four of us kids that whatever we wanted to do in our lives to do it with passion and to make a difference make a positive impact and know that they're proud of us and loved and that we're loved no matter what you do and so that was something that my mom and my dad both taught us or taught us for kids from when we were very little. Which was just that if you are really passionate about writing do that. If you're really passionate about animals do something there if you're passionate about You know interior design or if you're passionate about the beach or the environment go do whatever you're passionate about and know that your loved no matter what you do and also the importance of working hard to make a difference for others but you know that was a common theme in our lives but I think just knowing that we were always loved by our parents is the greatest gift is your ever time. We didn't love yourself. Why didn't love myself? I think probably in high school when I was struggling with body image things. I was critical of myself. But I don't think I ever hated. Would you say to yourself internally or just never I think when you're a young girl and I'm sure it's the same for a young boy When you grew up in L. A. And you're a young woman in La and you go through all those changes in high school on your like awkward and then you go in like through puberty and all these different phase and you're the whole thing and your friends are different and they're changing and it's just like this whole confusing time you wake up some days and you like likely see. Mirren some days you don't and that continues through life which is what I realize but it's all about how you can bring yourself back to a place of self love and so I didn't really have a good handle on that when I was in high school. Which is from what? I can gather pretty. Yeah but then I think as I've gotten older and also surround myself with people that are really loving and supportive and have my best interest in mind and That really care about me then and can make me laugh and it's also very important that helps some things that you critical yourself. Is it just like everything? I was like my butts. Big My hips are too big ugly. Why isn't this person like my friends aren't here like in High School for sure? Getting a girl's mind in highschool people will be very surprised. Okay conversations still. I think I always have. It's normal to be able to have conversations where you have doubt about things or you're pushing yourself in certain areas. I think some of that can be healthy because it can push you to be better to do things really well but there's also a part of it which my mom also always talks me about which is just to even with this book or with my other books. I'll look at it and I'd be like I wouldn't do this better and I'll do this. And it's like a constant you leave yourself never satisfied and instead of saying like well. I wrote a book. That's so awesome and it's you know if it helps one person that's amazing and if one person feels not alone in their forgiveness than my book has served its purpose. So it's finding a good balance between have such high goals expectation but we want to the list. Ten thousand six million sales does a fraction of that. Yeah how do we learn to forgive ourselves for not achieving? What we want it. I think it's coming back to the reason why you wrote a book or why you decided to do anything in general. I think like for my for my children's Book I had never done Children's book before. And my you know. I would get frustrated with the team that we were working with. And just you know can be very challenging but then you you know the whole process can be frustrating in a learning experience and you kind of go through this whole this whole series of of challenges and emotions with any book but that. Book was particularly challenging. And then you would. I kept trying to come back. Why did I write this book and I wrote the book to be able to teach children about animal and also to help? Homeless animals find homes. And I've always been passionate about animals and have a rescue dog and it's changed my life and it's been such an amazing blessing in my life and so when I come back to why I even wrote it even if I wrote it for myself and give it to people for fun. That would be okay to you. Because it's you know the point is is that. I'm passionate about animals and that I wanted to teach kids and I love children and I love animals and so I wanted to bring two passions together and created and So I try come back to that a lot. I'm curious about the thing in your life. You most proud of ood. Maybe a lot of people don't know about maybe it's not public. Yeah mation was something. You're really proud of it and I think there's probably sound cheesy but I think what I'm most proud of two things. One is.
"katherine schwarzenegger" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Win re said true forgiveness is when you can say thank you for that experience. A we have a powerful episode for you today. Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt is in your time's bestselling author animal advocates daughter. Sister wife and step mom as he passionate animal advocate. Catherine works as an ambassador for best friends. Animal Society in the ASPCA then incur time voice in energy to spread awareness about animal rescue as an author. Catherine has skilfully translated her own personal experiences into all of her books that speak to her generation in this interview we talk about the doubts. She had in high school and the role that doubt plays in her life. Now we also go into what? It's like to write a book and how to stay true to the reason. Why and WHO? The book will serve the greatest lesson. She's learned in her new marriage and what that's been like the power of forgiveness what practices. She's learned to not only forgive others but how to forgive without another person's permission that's a hard one and how to take your power back through forgiveness and not wait for someone else's permission. I'm so excited about this. I hope you enjoy this episode. I'm super excited about this one. So let's dive in with the one and only Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt. Welcome back at school. Podcast got the inspiring Catherine Four.
Chris Pratt And Katherine Schwarzenegger discussed on Donna and Steve
"And Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are officially husband and wife after tying the knot Saturday in a private ceremony. Actor confirmed the news on his Instagram Pratt wrote caption of a photograph of the pair embracing after the ceremony saying yesterday was the best day of our lives became husband and wife in front of God. Our families in those, we've
Chris Pratt wants 'lots of kids' with Katherine Schwarzenegger
"Chris pratt. Just put a ring on Catherine Schwarzenegger's finger, but he's already thinking about the future. He says he wants to kids with her and he's going to be spending less time working more time on the farm catching fish and watching sunsets. They seem like a really sweet down to earth. Apple I like them, and they look good together to 'cause sometimes you see certain couples in your life. You know, they they complement each other. And that's cool. He's from Minnesota, and he's really into fighting and loves them and may in boxing and stuff. I've seen them at the last few UFC fighting the fight this past weekend. Most about it and stuff, and he's constantly talking about his struggle with his weight and keeping it off and he hates working out. But he knows he has to do it when he's training for roles like star, Lord, right and guardians of the galaxy. So it's nice to see him. I guess just embrace family again because he's got a little boy with on a ferris, and she's very supportive so good for them allowed little terminators
Is Brad Pitt dating Angelina Jolie's 'enemy' Charlize Theron?
"While your entry point. I had no idea that Angelina Jolie and Charlie's thorough were enemies. Why those headlines thank you. Okay. So so first of all I the. Okay. So so I went out of order. But this is how the weekend began. The first headline comes out. That Charlie's therein. And how are we saying Farrand Saron? Oh, yeah. That. It is what it is that the two of them have been dating. And that they were seen over the weekend. The last week quote all over each other. Do we have photographic evidence? Negative of this hotness happening. No, who's telling us close to the situation. Oh, please. I says that they were introduced by her ex fiance, Sean Penn, but the two of them have been seeing each other, quote, the new lovebirds were all over each other the showbiz function. Show showbiz function anyone last week. This is what a source claimed. Yeah. So already I'm calling foul on this. And then I get that second headline, which this is the headline the second headline. They came out which was my first encounter the headlines, which was that Angelina Jolie, she mad y'all because she does not like Shirley's there. And why doesn't she likes your Shirley's there? And she's her mortal enemy, wow. Did this happen? Well, actually, there wasn't like a precipitating factor. The real reason why allegedly is because Shirley's there and is taking all of Angelina Jolie's roles in question, you guys, please. Julie. He as maybe not successful in the acting feel like Academy Award winning actress Angelina Jolie, she's doing. Okay. She's doing okay. Yeah. So that's the second headline. That's being pushed down our throats is like, oh, no Angelina is mad. It makes it sound like Angelina Jolie in Charlie's there and have been mortal enemies since birth right? The guy from unbreakable and Mr. glass like they are pitted against each other diametrically opposed. Also, convenient ones blonde and one brunette exactly then then then I get the third headline. This is the one that is not often reported which is. Angelina Jolie seen outside looking solemn because she's very upset that. Brad pitt. She's probably like, I don't know. Maybe she had gas. She was just walking down the street made like face. Washing laundry, just based on the private life. You guys have told me about Angelina Jolie just Casey doing this. She just seems like she's got a lot on the plate. No Angela doesn't have time for mortal enemies point. She just seemed like she's got a lot going on like a lot of stuff done pack from our own. I just she does does not strike me as I'm going to hate you in the shins shallows in the Doug. She doesn't strike me as she's also just busy not being pleased. With Brad Pitt. I don't think she cares who he's with. No. I don't think so either. I don't think he's actually with Shirley's in either. No, I don't think he is. Now, I want to add a little bit to this Colleen. This is the lead story on people dot com right now. Do people dot com is running with the headlines Brad Pitt peer peon here. Shirley's there met six months ago on a shoe to quote, they have spent time together. Well know Blake Sherlock because they're sitting side by side at a photo shoot. So of course, they spent time together. Now this according to a source telling people magazine exclusively now going on. Yes. Exactly. Because to other relationships we've talked about in the realm of conspiracy theory, one being Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra shown us shown us. Thank you very much. They worked exclusively through people magazine, that's where their wedding weaken photo-spread was published. Also going back to our other celebrity relationship. Does your from last week would be? What do we call them? Sweat sweat. I'm like why just forgot their name? Yes. The Katherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt relationship. Yeah. So, of course, people dot com is running with this headline trying to make us think that Brad Pitt and Charlene stare at her having a relationship together because people magazine is where you go when you want to fan the flames of your fake romance in order to gain publicity. Yeah. Yes. Lazy? Totally done. Now. Holly, I have it on good authority that there might be a corresponding blind item that we could toss out there. Oh,
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Are Living Together — and Love Their New Neighborhood!
"Jonas and preoccupied sweat, of course, is Arnold Schwarzenegger. Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter, Catherine and Chris Pratt. Chris pratt. So that's the latest relationship we need to talk about because after they announced post holiday that they were going to be getting married literally every day. It's a new installment in tabloid media. And it's not just like oh fascinating story. Okay. I'm curious. This is like every day. Headline news top of the you know. Top of our Google box. It will give us some new installment. Like, here's how Chris Pratt proposed to Katherine Schwarzenegger. Here's what they ate for dinner on the night of their proposal. Here's what Katherine Schwarzenegger war to bed the night that she was whether she was fiancee's to Chris. Well, today, the headline literally the top story of people dot com. Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are
Katherine Schwarzenegger, Chris Pratt And Jennifer Lopez discussed on Lori and Julia
"Jennifer Lopez and Chris Pratt making his relationship with cash. Katherine Schwarzenegger social media official. Pratt posted a photo collage to Instagram yesterday. Celebrating Catherine's twenty nine th birthday Schwarzenegger replied, I love you the couple who reportedly met through Schwarzenegger's mom, Maria Shriver, they were first linked in June after they were photographed together
Chris Pratt Makes His Romance with Katherine Schwarzenegger Instagram Official on Her Birthday
New Details on Chris Pratt's Budding Relationship with Katherine Schwarzenegger
"He played the Don Quixote, stripper? On Jane the virgin so Yup. Yup and they worked out together at the same gem and he was too afraid aspects she. Was a, big, star right and so. Finally got up enough guts asked her out and they've been crazy for, percents is kind of a really sweet muscle she's darling yes he fled your dad Kim has commented, about the news of Michelle Williams's marriage earlier this summer saying, the ledger family was terribly happy about. The nuptials, Kim added that she Michelle. Is very private and I don't really like to make any comments about her but, we are very happy for her of course Michelle Williams, was with heath Ledger for some time and they have. A daughter, together Matilda so the family Guy Fieri jumped into action yesterday to help evacuees and first responders. Of the car fire in California ferry. Teamed up with Red Cross and operation barbecue relief defeat over fourteen hundred people the car fire very serious has burned through. Ninety five, thousand. Acres of land and has killed six people including two firefighters, so guy fear. We jumped in a. Van decided to help out and finally new couple alerted that is the question many people are. Asking about Robert Pattinson and models Sookie. Waterhouse who. Was previously with Bradley Cooper. They. Responded getting cozy together in London this weekend they went, to see mama Mia here we. Go again and then went and hung out had drinks at the SoHo house you, think this is something real or they're. Just hanging out Might be getting to one.
Meet Katherine Schwarzenegger, who's much more than Arnold's daughter or Chris Pratt's date
"Four three with mario lopez congrats again to chris pratt on his mtv generation award last night it's more lopez he may also have a new lady in his life let's get to the bus so chris pratt and ferris have been split up for a while now they have a son together and everything and ana has definitely moved on she's been seen with boyfriend pretty quickly i gotta say well it seems like chris is now trying to move on he was spotted on would look like a day over the weekend with katherine schwarzenegger who happens to be arnold daughter and coincidentally happened to know we're very nice girl both nice people very early that could be just friends we don't know but first time we've seen chris with another single lady so we'll see what happens this.
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Spotted on Picnic Together
"Entertainment reports with brad and angie on one of three five kiss up accent text text xxx ten i got this was shot and killed in south florida yesterday the twenty year old was shopping for motorcycles and as he was leaving he was approached by two armed suspects one of whom shot him the rapper did have his fair share of us but it was the most likely a robbery now he was in some serious legal trouble facing more than a dozen felony charges but very well respected in the rap community shortly after the news of his death connie tweeted rest in peace i never told you how much you inspired me when you were here thank you for existing true sad locklear was taken to a hospital for evaluation on sunday after her mother called the cops thing she was threatening to kill herself a source close to heather said she was agitated during the day so her parents went over to her home that's when she got violent choking her mother and hitting her father she was allegedly looking for a gun to farmer self and that's when her mom call and she was taken to the hospital now remember heather was arrested back in february for felony domestic violence against voi friends during the arrest locklear allegedly threatened to shoot officers if they ever returned to her home this incident was purely medical go noncriminal chris pratt may have a new love interest he was fought it out on a picnic date with katherine schwarzenegger the twenty eight year old daughter of arnold and maria of wars picked her up from her place in santa barbara and drove up the coast to look super happy it was his first date since he filed for divorce from anna affairs back in december katherine is an interior designer and lifestyle blocker are.
Why James Corden named son after Paul McCartney
"Thanks for waking up with toby and chilly in the morning and all of this variety here like madonna ninety seven point one wash fm hollywood prior showbiz buzz what is in the news chilly amar this morning black panther and stranger things the big winners at the mtv movie and tv awards which aired last night blank black panther took him four trophies including best movie stranger things walked away with three including best show host tiffany haddish won best comedic performance and chris pratt received mtv's generation award now speaking chris he was spotted on a little picnic date over the weekend with none other than katherine schwarzenegger the twenty eight year old daughter of arnold and maria well schwarzenegger shriver chris remember filed for divorce from anna faris back in december so he is yeah it seems like things are only getting scarier for heather locklear just a few months after she was arrested after a domestic dispute with her boyfriend heather has now been hospitalized for a psychiatric evaluation a family member rumor has it it was her mom reportedly called police and said that does she'd been acting erratically and even had threatened to harm herself on sunday we hope she gets the help she needs a james corden named his son after paul mccartney in a recent interview james revealed quote i was trying to get paul to do a charity sketch and i said to him look if you'll do this i will name my unborn child after you and he said deal i'll do it so when my son max was born we called him max mccartney corden and scooby doo has been named america's favorite never onscreen pat this according to research a since first gracing our screens back in nineteen sixty nine scooby doo has been entertaining families for decades beating out other family favorites.
Is Chris Pratt dating Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter?
"Hollyhollywood you've been here all day that's a true story we did a lot of people take vacation today yes yes it is it is late june everyone's taking summer vacation but that's okay we've got a hot new celebrity couple to tell you about this afternoon chris pratt katherine schwarzenegger do that was yeah arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver dot h here i'd like to know well she is twenty eight years old and he is in his mid thirties that's not bad no you're exactly right that is thirty with a kid that is also saying well the photographs have the two of them having a little picnic on some adirondack chairs yesterday afternoon so they were enjoying some sandwiches and some potato chips and some laughs exwife he's going to have to deal with the drunken the ex wife.
Roussin, Cavic and San Diego discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"And vodka tasting at you and yours distillery in san diego news route it was so ride they actually to stole their own gin and vodka there and she gave us the full tour and it's very instagram me the drinks remind me of floral farms they have like a ginger carat tumor acc margarita which i definitely had and um from there we went to cavic chloe with our sisterinlaw and brotherinlaw kathy chloe as our favorite restaurant in san diego it reminds me of like this european tiny little quaint charming place don't you think game or do leg alone oh that's my favorite though what's your faith and annoyed are bounceback fourth un cowboy star cover store allegra good stick so another exciting thing this week