Do you feel stuck between loving and hating the people you’re self-isolating with? Anger and resentment are natural emotions, now more than ever.
When crying, we might feel embarrassed, vulnerable and caught off guard. Here's why you should feel proud of your tears.
While I work hard play hard, even my play won't ever chill. Why do I prefer to go-go-go instead of letting go?
When wrong has been done to us, strangely we have a tendency to hold on to anger. It can feel like taking back power, but here are some tips to let go.
Last night I had a scary experience with my rat Brain. Thankfully everything was fine in the morning, but I couldn't help feeling: Shouldn't I be happier?
Nobody deals well with rejection and abandonment. If you've suffered from childhood trauma and CPTSD, there's additional hurdles to conquer.
There's always been a stigma around loneliness. Now more than ever, we should not be ashamed of it. Here are six ways to build our relationships.
In my own journey of processing childhood trauma and addiction I've come across the term 'emotional sobriety' multiple times, and its poetry struck me. In all the meetings I've been to recently, I have not met a single addict with a happy upbringing. So after all, being sober isn't enough anymore, now I've got to... Continue Reading →
You run through my neurons like your touch through my veins,what pains me the cure was to abstain again. It sure was your pure heart that taught me to beat my brain,what ways are part of love and which are migraine. From an itch to a soul sprain, I felt no painbut what day I... Continue Reading →
Anger has a bad rep, but what a friend to have! When you haven't taken the time to sit down with Anger, it will blind you when it joins in the moment. A joy to have around, but not really an ideal daily dinner guest. It's with Anger that I have really learned discipline. I found... Continue Reading →