My mother FORBIDS my father (who is supposed to be an adult, I rush to point out) to eat ice cream. So, here is what he does to get his way
I came across a post on Upworthy about a woman writing a letter of support to her neighbour experiencing domestic abuse. It made me want to write to you.
My mother is an enormous flirt. Of course she’ll deny it at every turn, but I’ve seen her in action. With co-workers, with neighbors… even with my friends!
There are people in this world who leave you feeling totally depleted. The second you see them, you feel your energy drain from your body and mind.
Interacting with toxic people is a little like playing Emotional Russian Roulette. By that I mean that you never know which version of the person will be on the other side of the door.
I feel pretty confident that the whole SwanWaters team will give you are resounding YES! Helping others is at the core of our organization.
I finally started on the autobiographic work by my dear friend Carrie Maya: Chase Down Your Freedom. Carrie is a survivor of religious abuse.
So let me start by saying that the positive we will we consider here is not some perky-pants denial accompanied by a chirpy, “Oh, I’m fine!” Why? You aren’t fine.
Having a bad day? Feeling the hurt and the fear? Would you wish you could just curl up in a ball and disappear? Here are three ways to turn the tide.
We all worry, get anxious and stressed! Rationally we are able to tell ourselves that we shouldn’t stress, but it can be hard to get our gut to follow suit.