So, I’ve been thinking, which can be scary, but this wonderful thought crossed my mind while watching standup comedy. I was laughing my ass off and this statement rolled through my mind exactly like this: “Storytellers are one of the greatest gifts we have in this world.” Think about this for a second. Where would … Continue reading The Beauty of Storytellers
“This is good coffee.”It’s so nice to be out and about seeing friends again.“How are the kids?”Why do I feel nervous all of a sudden?It’s so great to see my friends.She’s just catching me up on the kids.We’re having such a lovely time.Oh shit, I’m getting dizzy.It’s ok, I’ll wait til there’s a break in … Continue reading Conversations with Myself: Just Breathe
What does courage, strength, and bravery mean for you? Let’s take courage first. Does it mean the book definition of the quality of mind or spirit that enables you to face difficulties, dangers, pain, and so on without fear? Does courage mean facing adversities, prejudices, invisible and visible illnesses, and more head on with … Continue reading Courage. Strength. Bravery.
Photo from https://www.mirror.co.uk/ Photo from http://www.mamamia.com.au According to Psychology Today, “body image is the mental representation an individual creates of themselves, but it may or may not bear any relation to how one actually appears.” This can be a positive or a negative perception people have concerning not only themselves but others as well. The … Continue reading Body Image: Seeing Beyond the Mirror
For longer than I would like to say, but am obviously admitting, I tried desperately hard to find my place in this world. It took me many years of making an abundant number of mistakes to finally come back home to myself and stop being who “they” told me to be. I had to go … Continue reading True You
"I love those who smile in trouble." Leonardo da Vinci
"My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive, and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style." Maya Angelou
"Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible lives they must lead." Charles Bukowski