An uplifting song by Owl City and Lindsey Stirling.
I love this statement - "it's all in your head" - nothing like laying out the obvious. For some reason, this particular combination of words has been used to belittle and invalidate people who are suffering. And it makes. NO. SENSE! What is anything, if not in your head?! If there is anything out and about one's... Continue Reading →
If you are a survivor of trauma, abuse, bullying...it can be difficult to meditate. Here is what I have learned and how I cope.
If you're reading this...and you and I have met...and we are real-life friends/family, then I'm probably okay with you knowing about this because you care enough to read my blog posts. I appreciate that. Even still - and otherwise - you might be tempted to judge me harshly. That's okay. I am confident in saying... Continue Reading →