I still mourn being sober even 18 months in. Refusing closure, what else am I refusing of letting go off?
Codepenency is easy to diagnose in others but nearly impossible within ourselves. How can we become aware and heal unhealthy patterns?
"It's not what you eat, but why you eat." The issue isn't donuts or takeaway, it's that I'm trying to numb my feelings by eating.
Growing up, I was not allowed a safe outlet for my feelings. They were dangerous to my caretakers, and thus to me.
Mental health struggles can leave us feeling helpless, even with self-care. How come I am lost again after years of experience?
Can we get out of black and white thinking and find weak spots in our negative beliefs that hold us back?Can we radically accept what we dislike?
Does acknowledging a shitty week perpetuate pessimism? Can an entire week be bad? Or is this toxic positivity?
Are you actively trying to grow emotionally and wonder if it worked? Here's a few simple signs to look out for!