There's absolutely no set time on how long it takes to mend a broken heart and there's definitely no time frame on when your mind must forget about the one person who turned your world upside down. There are so many of us who constantly beat ourselves up because our mind drifts to that one … Continue reading Finding harmony amongst the pain.
After a heartbreak many of us are told, "It will be okay." as we nod silently, but what we really want to do is yell, "WHEN? this fucking hurts. When will this be okay?" The answer varies for each person but in my case, it took nineteen years, five months, four days and twenty five … Continue reading It WILL all make sense one day
In the last few weeks the topic of coupling has slid into my view via social media. Many of these articles state that coupling is good for our health in ways of combating anxiety, depression and loneliness but what does one do when you find yourself in a relationship full of chaos? From my past … Continue reading Are we supposed to be coupled?
“How hurtful it can be to deny one’s true self and live a life of lies just to appease others.” – June Ahern For most of my life I felt that I needed to hide certain parts of myself because when I was transparent with who I was parts of me were either not good … Continue reading Embrace your true self
Years ago, I refused to acknowledge the destructive path that I was on as anything close to being toxic. I mean, come on who wants to be told that their behavior was less than stellar or that they were living a very unhealthy lifestyle? An alcoholic doesn't like to be called out and told that … Continue reading Turn your wounds into triumphs
Many of us have found ourselves clinging onto a toxic relationship, be it romantic or platonic in hopes that the person will change. We in turn begin to rationalize their behavior, turn a blind eye to their hurtful actions and in some cases we throw in the towel and join them on their wild ride … Continue reading Give yourself permission to say good-bye to toxic people.