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
I know for myself that no matter how bad I might complain about something, or feel that something is, it never warrants me going to back to the way I lived my life before. As I always remind myself, my worst days today are still better than my best days back then, but my mind […]Read More Hear Your Own Complaints
Before walking this path I very often would set myself up for a let-down. I would allow myself to have these grandiose thoughts or expectations, that life just couldn’t live up to, and certainly my efforts couldn’t produce, and then fall into a depression when my fairy-tale ideas of how things should be fell short. […]Read More The Set-Up For The Let-Down
I was with a group of people yesterday and we were talking about how the greatest gift, or way of being of service to someone, is to listen. Many times that’s all anyone wants, to be heard, and yet, too many times we chime in with our opinion or experience before they’ve had a chance […]Read More W.A.I.T. – Why Am I Talking?
I was with a group of people recently, and someone was sharing about a very dark time in their life and how she turned things around to the life she has today. Shortly after her sharing her story someone else chimed in to share a time when things were dark in their life, and make […]Read More Honor Each Other’s Experience
When I was living in my disease I would push myself past my limit until I broke. I did it with everything. Exercise, what I expected to accomplish in a day, anything that had to do with expectations I would push far beyond where I should have stopped. I was in constant competition with myself […]Read More Pushing Yourself Until You Break
Sometimes we stay somewhere that feels safe even though it’s killing us. Sometimes we go after a job, a relationship, a situation that we feel we want, need, deserve, but we don’t belong there, and the pursuit of it is killing us. Sometimes we believe if we don’t get something or can’t maintain something we […]Read More Are You Killing Yourself To Live?
Good morning SLAYER! Use your strength of good. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then…SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
When I think back to who I used to be, I had a lot of strength. I didn’t usually put that strength towards things that were good, especially at the end, I used it to destroy a lot of things. Sometimes on purpose, and sometimes not. My actions were usually fear based, mostly I was […]Read More If You’re Strong Enough To Destroy Something, You’re Strong Enough To Repair It
Good morning SLAYER! Not every battle can be won. Not every battle is your battle to fight. The only battle that is worth fighting is the battle in your mind that tells you it’s your right to be right, even when the battle has nothing to do with you. New blog goes up Sunday, until […]Read More Slay Say