When I first stepped on this path I was told that acceptance was the key to all my problems. Well, that’s going to be a problem I thought. How was I going to find acceptance to everything I labeled a problem in my life? I was one stubborn gal back then, I would fight even […]Read More If You Don’t Accept It, What Else Are You Going To Do?
Good morning SLAYER! What separates privilege from entitlement is gratitude. SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
When I first started to walk this path, I had to give up a lot of things, make changes, leave my old way of life behind. The ways I used to deal with problems or cope with life were killing me, literally, and so I had to learn new ways, and even though I knew […]Read More Entitlement, Entitlement!
When I was suffering from my disease the most I wasn’t sharing what was going on with anyone. I isolated and kept my pain to myself believing that no one would understand, would care, or that everyone else had their own problems so I need not burden them with mine. That rationale kept me sick […]Read More Shared Suffering
That title made a few of you bristle I know. I remember when I was asked to make a list of people who I felt had harmed me, I feverishly started writing down my naughty list, finding satisfaction in naming all the people I felt had wronged me and made my life difficult. It was […]Read More Self-Forgiveness
Good morning SLAYER! There is no failure, only learning experiences. New blog goes up Sunday, until then…SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
I used to fear failure. I thought it validated me being not good enough, less than. Every time I failed it stung like it was proof I didn’t deserve to have what I wanted, or I wasn’t good enough to get it. But what it was really there to do was give me feedback. To […]Read More Failure Isn’t Fatal, It’s Feedback
For most of my life I lived my life like the living dead. I was living a life, well, going through the motions, but was numbing our stuffing down those parts of me that were too painful or I didn’t want to face. I had done that for so long that it became normal to […]Read More The Living Dead – Numbing Parts Of Yourself And Letting Them Die Off
Good morning SLAYER! People and situations are both powerless without your reaction. New blog goes up Friday, until then…SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
Before stepping on this path I walked through a lot of pain, not always gracefully, in fact, often not gracefully, but more like the Tasmanian Devil spinning out of control, taking down anything and everything I could in my path. I would tell myself, as would those around me, that the pain was making me […]Read More It’s Not The Pain That Helps Us Grow, It’s Our Response To It.