We have more in common than we realize. When we embrace ourselves, we shall embrace others. Click on the title for full article.
Two simple letters, one huge impact. I found it so hard to stand up for myself and say no for most of the things in my life. I was persuaded and bullied, I fell for the wrong guys and the wrong crowds. I was afraid to challenge anyone because of how that might be perceived … Continue reading No.
You. I wrote this book for you. With all of your accomplishments and all of your flaws, I sat and I wrote. With your chin hairs and nose hairs and toe hairs, I wrote to you. At 3 in the morning on a Sunday or on a bench inside a mall, I sat and I … Continue reading You
What I have learned about other people's mental illness has helped me learn about my own emotional being. I am, after all an incredibly emotional being. I have also met, had intimate relationshipswith and worked with some very "emotional" beings. Because of the stress this has caused me, I took it upon myself to get … Continue reading Mirrors