Good morning SLAYER! Trust the plan not the pain. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
I used to tolerate a lot. From myself, and from those around me. Back then I would rather just let things slide than address something that was bothering me, or even harming me. Either I just didn’t want to make waves, or look bad, or, I was just too mentally exhausted to take it on. […]Read More Examine What You Tolerate
Good morning SLAYER! Close your eyes, clear your heart, let it go. New blog goes up Sunday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
Good morning SLAYER! One reason people resist pain is because they focus on what they have to give up, not what they’re going to gain. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
Good morning SLAYER! Pain is real, but so is hope. SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
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?
I was reminded of this in a conversation yesterday, and remembered myself, it really resonated because I was once one of those hurt people who hurt people. I didn’t always intend to hurt people, and then other times, I did. When we are suffering, in pain, or mentally not at our best, our hurt trickles […]Read More Hurt People Hurt People
Good morning SLAYER! Accountability turns pain into peace. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
I was speaking with a friend yesterday who has been going through a difficult time as she recovers from a trauma. She felt discouraged at her progress, and didn’t feel like she was moving forward fast enough. She had been feeling disconnected from her friends and family and had been afraid to leave her house. […]Read More Even Though You Might Not See It, Things Are Changing
When I was on the path of recovery I was told to make a list of all the people who I thought had harmed me. I vigorously started writing. When I was asked to read it aloud, I was asked why I wasn’t on that list. I stopped and thought about that. I wanted to […]Read More Are You On Your Resentment List?