Before walking this path I constantly asked myself how. I asked myself how I had gotten myself into the place I had. I asked myself how I had let things get so bad. I asked myself how I had lost control of my life. And, I asked myself how I could stop the pain. But […]Read More H.O.W. – Honesty, Open-Mindedness, Willingness
Hey SLAYERS! I’m on location shooting a new project so here’s a Flashback Friday post of a popular blog from the past. Happy Fri-Yay SLAYERS! Are You Addicted To Excitement Does the thought of your life calm, quiet, and drama-free make your skin crawl? Does it send a panic, or chill down your spine? Does […]Read More Flashback Friday Post
When I first stepped on this path and made a commitment to get better there wasn’t much to laugh about. I had hit the lowest bottom I ever had, emotionally, physically and spiritually, my life was hanging in the balance and every moment felt very fragile. When I began to look for support, and for […]Read More Laughter: A Sign Of Good Health
Good morning SLAYER! Happiness is an inside job. Don’t assign anyone or anything else that much power over your life. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then…SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
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
I know things can be tough. Dark. Hopeless. And full of pain. I know because I’ve been there. I lived there for many years. I lived there thinking there was no way out. Well, I only thought there was one way, to end my suffering. I’m glad that the way I thought of wasn’t the […]Read More If You Only Knew What The Other Side Looked Like
Hey, we all love a little validation for a job well done, or a good deed, or just for being the best we can be right? It’s nice to feel appreciated, but when that validation becomes the only reason for doing something it becomes a problem. I’ve talked about how we shouldn’t do anything unless […]Read More Validation: But What About Me?
Good morning SLAYER! It’s healthy to admit you’re not OK. It’s brave. But don’t let it win. Be sad. Have your moment, your day or week. Then do something about it, do something for you, and find your happy again. New blog goes up Sunday, until then…SLAY on!Read More Slay Say