Talking about rape, abortion, adoptions - also the last 20 years of my life. Don't read it if you don't want to read about yucky stuff. Go anywhere else on my blog, there's plenty.
In the face of death and tragedy, it is normal to cling to the idea of life, joy, and happiness. The problem arises, though, because most people do not want to accept that none of these things can be held on to. It is an awful and sobering reality to see people merely going to... Continue Reading →
I’ve had two concepts in my mind. The first is: Anxiety is fear in disguise. The second is: Anxiety is a great teacher if you allow it. I read “The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield, and he was talking about fear, anxiety, depression, etc. all being forms of resistance. The urge to create versus... Continue Reading →
Continued from Yesterday... Depending on your answer on how you parent yourself, I have determined I am a hypocrite and I am objectively logical in raising my children, and subjectively irrational to myself. 1 of the complex types refuses to follow any rules. I've always been that stubborn, "I'll do it my way". I don't... Continue Reading →
If I were to say I have an arch-nemesis, it would be the Helicopter Parent. We've all seen them, and if you are one of them, this will likely offend you. At the playground, I see them hovering to ensure Billy doesn't scrape his knee or enjoy independent play. You can tell them on Facebook... Continue Reading →
That damn song has been stuck in my head all day. Following up on Finding Center and Book Club! I'm almost done The Universe Has Your Back. I am also doing the daily work of "Miracles May Happen" I actually am staying on Day 3, because it's been very difficult for me, and it's providing me a lot... Continue Reading →