Is it bad that I cannot distinguish them? I grew up with them being interchangeable. I think myself in love but really, I feel too guilty to leave them.
Why addicts insist it’s physical
There are more and more addictions. Where is the boundary between having a hard time letting something go, and having a physical dependency on it?
Recovering from growing up too quickly
Were you the mature child in school? With traumatic childhood experiences, one learns to grow up far too quickly.
To be right or to be free, that is the question of trauma
Children of dysfunctional families learn to "lawyer up" for every single conversation. Why is this ultimately backfiring on our happiness?
Why you NEED a break from your parents
Being grateful to our parents has nothing to do with the fact we crave their approval to an unhealthy degree. Are you scared of their rejection?
How working with your felt sense will save your life
Trauma leaves us numb and foreign to our body, and there is no healing without coming home to it.
Our flaws are superpowers yet not controlled
It's like my soul has these gorgeous church windows, but I can't see the colours. By being introspective about my resentments, I'm wiping them one by one.
The Ultimate Secret to Leaving Your Abusers
I spend a long time believing that pity was love.
The truth revealed to my childhood abusers – their response?
It was a sunny Sunday morning, and I was walking to a busy cafe to tell my parents about my childhood abuse.
Am I in love or in trauma?
Do you find yourself attracting the same kind of partners? Trauma feeds trauma