Pushing boundaries is scary, especially when being vulnerable. Can I sit in the discomfort and life my truth anyway?
I still mourn being sober even 18 months in. Refusing closure, what else am I refusing of letting go off?
If fear was meant to warn us of danger, anxiety is fear gone mad. Biology might explain trauma response, but why do we emotionally hold on to fear?
How do you create intimacy: does it come naturally to you, do you have to make time for it or do you fear it? And can you find it within yourself?
Sonya Renee Taylor speaks of the system of oppression that profit from self-hatred, and offers an alternative: radical self-love to heal body shame, in ourselves and the world.
Today has been a rollercoaster, but I didn't think I would be feeling like this tonight. Instead, I am feeling ashamed, guilty and fearful.
This is my third post in my series for M. Scott Peck's The Road Less Travelled.I've been really enjoying writing about his 4 essential steps to process pain from problem-solving!First we learned about the importance of delaying gratification and accepting responsibility.Today, we will explore dedication to truth and why it matters! Our view of reality... Continue Reading →
You do not procrastinate because you're lazy, but because you prefer the easy. How do we find beauty in our problems?