Nashvillesociabutterfly.com seeks to highlight the things that make Nashville (and eventually the world) so fascinating. A big part of the fascination with Nashville, in my opinion, are the people. I would definitely consider myself to be social butterfly when it comes to being on the scene and out and about, however, social advocacy for the people are also a pivotal piece to this platform. My advocacy is usually displayed in who I am as a woman, and in the choices I make. But as I grow this platform, I plan to do more. This piece is the introduction.
Nashvillsocialbutterfly.com will utilize this platform to discuss social issues and be a voice for CHANGE. This means changing group dynamics, changing the conversation, and preconceived notions and ideas. This will all be done by asking the questions, providing the dialogue, and seeking to understand from a solution oriented perspective.
In the midst of the most recent acts of violence, terrorism, and police brutality, I decided my response to these current events would be to ask my good friend and Life Coach for his reflections. I prefer to refer to experts or people who represent what I envision as the solution, when it comes to where I gather advice.
Specifically, on a recent Facebook post I mentioned that with so many random acts of gun violence happening in America, how can one be sure to take care of themselves mentally, emotionally, and socially? How do we wrap our brains around this environment, and what do we do to make sense of it all? His thoughts — and a few of my interpretations — are below: