Tag: healing

Mental Health GPS

It’s time to go back to therapy.  And man am I excited.  Like, confetti and balloons excited.  (I don’t have either though because, environment.) During my last doctor’s appointment, where the endless blood tests showed no answers for my 7 years of illness, my…

Positive

I was positive and I was certain the test results would be too.

They were not.

“Soon You’ll Get Better”

I’ve spent much of this morning pacing my room, silently crying, simultaneously mouthing (i.e. blubbering) the lyrics to Taylor Swift’s new song “Soon You’ll Get Better”.  I had absolute hope that I had settled the score with my health; that after months of wellnesses,…

Reading Challenge Book 7: Ceremony

In my opinion, Ceremony spotlights the necessity of storytelling and story learning.

Reading Challenge Book 4: Animal Dreams

I have carried it in my backpack when I go hiking, I hid it in my purse during my friend’s wedding, it has joined me on many commutes, probably every vacation, and is most likely the object I would run into my burning house for.

Reading Challenge Book 3: Little Women

Little Women is one of those books that is best read on a snowy or rainy day, with lots of tea, assortments of bread, fruits, and cake.

Reading Challenge Book 2: Great Expectations

Yesterday I completed reading Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations as part of my reading challenge to read 16 books that have most impacted my life.

Reading Challenge Book 1: The Glass Castle

On Friday I kick-started my reading challenge to read 16 books that have most impacted my life, starting from most recently read to the books most distantly, tracing my steps from the woman I am now, to the young girl I once was. I…

Reading Challenge: 16 Books to Trace My Steps

For the next two months, I will be tracing my steps to my happier, healthier, and more open-minded self by reading the 16 books that have most impacted my life.

Windows Open, Windows Close: A Lesson in Willingness

What does it take to build the life you want? I’m learning that such a road is not so simple to construct.

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