So there’s one type of recurring dream where I’m stressing over a class assignment or a missed deadline at work. These dreams are always followed by waking moments of sadness, guilt and shame, which then invite a barrage of negative thought patterns including regrets over the course my life has taken. This destructive mind chatter… Continue reading The [Recurring] American Dream
I for one have mastered the art of getting in my own way. I wasn’t born with this gift. But I wonder if self-sabotaging traits can be re-gifted through DNA, learned by example in the home, or if it takes both nature and nurture. I’ve heard that we are the average of the people we… Continue reading Do You Have a Black Belt in Self-Sabotage?
These words are my truth, my memories, but only part of my story. If they are too painful then you have the choice to ignore, deny or deflect them. Another choice is to pause, breathe, sit with the pain, and then forgive. But do not forgive me. Forgive your mother and father and their mothers… Continue reading Here’s to Freedom