I saw you then. I saw beneath the hurt. I saw behind the masks. It took a while for you to see you, and, I always did. As the years pass, I am un-becoming. Unbecoming what I should be, and becoming who I am. I will never become anything for anyone else. Who I am… Continue reading Unbecoming
Over the last few months – the concept for this post has been swirling in my mind. Each experience, I am going to reference in this post has in some way shaped my theory of the importance of space. I recently was selected and attended a fantastic Leadership training with my agency, where I had… Continue reading Leadership, Harry Potter and TED
Chest tightens Breath quickens Colors too bright, or too dull Faces are fuzzy Cold sweat Repeat…Repeat…until the headache Anxiety attacks are something that I have experienced since I was a kid. You would think in the 20+ years that I have experienced them, I would have developed sure-fire techniques for calming myself. Truth is, I… Continue reading The Edge – 2/3/2017
Let go of… People that need to be let go of (trust yourself) Activities you feel obligated to do Guilt Feeling inadequate Walls that prevent developing and sustaining relationships The idea that you that you have not accomplishment by now what you THOUGHT you should have Anything that drains, sucks, or steals your energy or joy… Continue reading 1/30/2017
For the first time in as many years as I can remember, I am not setting New Year’s Resolutions. One thing I am doing is journaling more. Some I am planning on sharing. January 6, 2017 It’s such an erie feeling when you have a life altering experience and then go to the grocery store… Continue reading Wanna read my diary?
Do most women default to judgment of each other, not understanding? Does the balancing effort not get easier? Just when I think I am handling work like a boss, I realize I forgot my baby in the grocery store (obviously kidding, but, you get what I mean right?) Is the road to finding self confidence so… Continue reading Why?
“There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anais Nin I have been going to counseling for four years. Four years ago, I was in a very dark place. I had a son who was a year and a… Continue reading Four years of counseling.. Lessons learned