Accepting my emotions and embracing them as my own, instead of fighting it may just be the next best step to making peace with oneself. It is cathartic. Have you tried it?
“I wonder if I've been changed in the night. Let me think. Was I the same when I got up this morning? I almost think I can remember feeling a little different. But if I'm not the same, the next question is 'Who in the world am I?' Ah, that's the great puzzle!”-- Alice In Wonderland.
We all would love to have some super power. Here I share my thoughts on my coveted super power.
I do not have the wisdom or expertise to decode Life or Death. I learn, unlearn, and relearn every day. I grow. I evolve.
Can you find magic in the everyday? What are the things you swear by?
How does the weather impact our lives? Our minds? Or are you someone who is immune to the metereological changes?
Writing down our thoughts can be a great way to find a friend in ourselves.
Another journey, another adventure into one’s self. Maybe there is some peace at the end of the road?
Bold and fierce, she will fight tooth and nail to protect her young. You cannot label her– she is many mothers in one.
The pain is real and so is the hyperventilation. I feel a heaviness in the chest, a difficulty in breathing; like I have been hit in the solar plexus. This … Continue reading Week 17: When Grief Reveals
Why is it socially unacceptable to not like cooking? Exploring some socially entrenched ideas about cooking.
Return to innocence or searching for a safe place, dreams make us and reflect who we are.
Armed without a manual to help them through the quagmire of marriage, men feel helpless and lost. A treatise on marriage from a woman’s perspective.