Unmasking your passion can have a ripple effect that leads to a lasting impact on the world around you. As you pursue what lights you up, your enthusiasm and authenticity inspires others to dig deep into their own interests and reignite their passions.
One of the best ways to unmask your passion is to find a supportive community. But you also need to prioritize your safety when revealing your authentic self.
1. Reconnect with Your Passions
One of the most powerful things you can do is to take a look at your own passions and interests. If there is a hobby that excites you but has taken a back seat, try reconnecting with it.
For example, if you love to cook, consider taking cooking classes or joining an online community to connect with others who enjoy it. Similarly, if you used to enjoy a certain type of work and find it rewarding, reevaluate why you liked it in the first place.
When you align your passion and purpose, it gives your life meaning and allows you to leave a lasting impact on those around you. It also inspires those who see you to dig deep into their own passions and pursue them unapologetically. Creating a chain reaction of positive change that is hard to ignore.
2. Take the Time to Explore
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Bringing key Shakespeare texts into dialogue with feminist socio-legal research, this book investigates the notion of a ‘crime of passion’ – namely, wife-killing. It brings attention to reformers’ challenge to English law’s age-old concession to human frailty in such cases, as it delves into the evolution of this defence over time. It will appeal to scholars of criminology and the history of legal thought, as well as to those intereste in the field of Shakespeare studies. It will also serve as a general reader for those interested in sexual health issues.
3. Reconnect with Your Past
Whether you want to reconnect with past passions or heal from ruptured relationships, revisiting the past is essential for unmasking. This allows you to view certain relationships through a wider lens, allowing you to determine how important they were and how best to move forward.
It also allows you to let go of anger or resentment that may have been caused by an experience or person. It’s often easier to forgive others and move on after some time has passed.
This is especially true for people who have experienced trauma and/or traumatizing events in their childhood. They can take a lot of time to get over these experiences. However, reconnecting with their past can help them feel more at peace with their lives. Similarly, people who are neurodivergent can discover the joy of indulging their special interests by re-embracing activities they may have been pushed away from as children.
4. Indulge in Your Passions
If your passion is baking, create a special room in your home with a kitchen and dining area that are perfect for indulgent meals. You can stock the pantry with your favorite baking ingredients, and invite friends over for a special treat.
When you enjoy your passions, you can let go of the need to be perfect. In your spare time, you can experiment and take risks without the fear of judgment. This allows you to discover new talents and develop your unique style.
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5. Find Support
In bringing Shakespeare texts into dialogue with feminist socio-legal research, this book examines the cultural revolution that arose in 2009 when English law abolished the defence of provocation, commonly known as the’red mist’ rage or ‘heat of passion’ wife-killing defense. It reveals what was at stake in reformers’ revolutionary challenge to the English law of murder’s age-old concession of human frailty in so-called ‘crimes of passion’ and reflects on the implications for current debates on women, violence and the law. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in criminology, legal history, and Shakespeare studies.”
Wendy Gardner is a stroke survivor in Wilson, NC who enjoys spending time with her family and exploring her newfound passion for archery. She is a member of ECU Health’s Stroke Support Network and participated in the Unmasking Brain Injury event along with other survivors.