Thursday, 27 January 2022

Everything I never knew about therapy

Long before I admitted it to myself or received an official diagnosis, I knew something wasn't right. I had inexplicable bursts of anger where the slightest inconvenience would make me lose my temper, resulting in yelling, slammed doors and broken dishes. 
Sometimes I started crying without knowing why, having to make up a reason to explain the tears to concerned friends or family. 
Other times I was lying motionless on the couch, too numb and disinterested to do anything but stare blankly into space. Being alive felt like a drag, a burden I hadn't asked for, and I cursed the day I was born and objected to the tedious process of living. 
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Saturday, 22 January 2022

I did a manifesting challenge ... here is what happened

It's the last week of 2021. I'm on my way home from work on a beautifully sunny day: the sky is blue, the snow is sparkling, and I'm listening to the A Beautiful Mess podcast. Emma and Elsie talk about their favourite things of 2021, and Elsie mentions something that changed her life: manifesting.
Huh. A little shiver runs down my spine.  

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Sunday, 16 January 2022

A bigger life

I've been quiet on here, which is unintentional. I always love the first few days of a new year with the promise they bring of 365 empty pages that we can fill with all our hopes and dreams, and I love to share my word of the year and all my goals and plans with you.
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