This is a question I ask myself every day. It is a question that guides me, that opens my mind and heart, and, what lead me to start this blog years ago, what can I contribute to life? I was very blessed, when I began my journey in recovery, when I sought help it was […]Read More What Can You Do To Contribute To Life?
It is easy, in times of crises and fear, to get consumed by news and information. When we feel unsettled about what’s to come and what could come for us and our families we seek answers. In this day and age we have access to information 24/7 from a variety of different sources and from […]Read More Be Informed, Not Consumed
Most of us have a lot more free time these days. Time at home alone, or with family and time away from our usual routines, and with that extra time comes more time to pay attention to those areas in our lives that could use change and more time for them to come forward and […]Read More Is The Pain Of Change Greater Than The Pain Of Staying The Same?
Good morning SLAYER! Repeat after me: I release the need for old habits in my life! New blog goes up Sunday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
We know we’re doing it, we know we shouldn’t be doing it, and yet we do it, repeating old behaviors that no longer suit us, and maybe never did, but they were what we knew, or what we were taught, or, what we used to get by when we didn’t know or have the courage […]Read More Repeating Old Behaviors
Good morning SLAYER! You might not be able to control someone else’s bad behavior, but you can control if you participate in it. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
Some of us never grow out of that playground mentality from our childhood, that if someone hits you, you get to hit them back. I know when I was living in the dark, especially when I was feeling my worst, I would hope someone would act out and invite me to do the same, I’d […]Read More Your Bad Behavior Doesn’t Give Me Permission For My Bad Behavior
Having to apologize can be difficult. Admitting we were wrong or said or did something to hurt someone else is a humbling, but at some time or another we’re all in a position where we should be making an apology, and we should be making it just as loud as the offense we made. So […]Read More Your Apology Should Be As Loud As Your Offence
I was with a group of ladies yesterday who I regularly see and the topic of resentments came up. Always a crowd pleaser. We had talked about things that may have happened to us as children. As an adult I’ve learned to always look for my part when I am disturbed, angry or have a […]Read More It’s Got To Me To Set It Free
I used to live in could’ve, would’ve, should’ve, might’ve. I would get stuck in the past and replaying it over and over, reliving a moment and what I should’ve done, should’ve said or could’ve done better. I was constantly pulled back to my past, or daydreaming of the future and would might be, while present […]Read More Make Room For Today