healing

How to heal fully and properly.

Paulina Pachel6 days ago
10-Year-Age-Challenge: More Than Just a Few Wrinkles
A new fad has taken over social media and contrary to what most people believe, it’s not as annoying as a redundant, pointless, and often dry-humored meme. People are suddenly sharing their photos fro...
Insecurities
“Confidence is only a layer of protection built up by fragments of insecurities glued together by the horrors of what’s real in the mind.” – E.T.D Casterton Does this make sense? Probably not. But doe...
Courtney Lowry6 days ago
How Art Heals a Broken Heart
“That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt.” I couldn’t have said it any better than when Augustus Waters quoted Hazel Grace’s beloved book in one of my novel-turned-movie classics, The Fault...
Sheena Ann15 days ago
The Crazy Rambles
Let's just say multiple people can be in the same person. They can pretend to be a million things. They can be a beautiful person that has their face painted on every day. They could be that person wh...
Sookie Ng19 days ago
2018 Through My Eyes, Through My Words
Another year has gone by. A year filled with so much of contentment and sorrow, compressed and spread unevenly into 365 days. More hurt than laughter, I thought to myself. No, I’m not making any “New ...
This Is Me19 days ago
New Year, Same Me, No Expectations
"New Year, New Me! I'm going to lose weight, get hot, and be myself!" ... is what I've been saying every year since 2014. So it's 2019! I'm a hefty 16-ish stone, suffer from chronic depression and sev...
Scarlett Price22 days ago
Welcome Change
My Dearest 2018, I must confess something I have been holding within. I no longer love you or want to be with you. The time has come for us to break up. I am ready for 2019 and for the better things t...
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Pamela Dirr23 days ago
End of the Year Thoughts
As 2018 comes to a close, I look back at all that has occurred. Some good. Some not so good. I don’t want to erase the not so good things from my mind, as they all taught me lessons. I was reminded th...
Sookie Ng25 days ago
Here's to the Warriors Battling at Home, Wherever that May Be
It had always been wherever the family is. At least for me. Home is where the heart is. (But does my heart really belong at home? Does it really belong to the people who raised me to be the person tha...
Andrew Honcoopa month ago
Calm at Sunset
Over the years, I have struggled heavily with troubled sleep. My mind would be whirling, thinking of all the things I needed to do the next day, or what I had occupied my time with earlier that day. D...
Cindy Brunswiga month ago
Hopes and Dreams
Unaware of what I really want to do when I get older, the future scares me. This last year has really been a real struggle for me and I think a part of my struggle was because I did not know who I was...
Hope Talbotta month ago
What Is the Color of Strength?
This was written for my husband's uncle, who is fighting against stage four lung cancer. Being an artist, colors really speak to me and in his time of need, I wanted to write something that would brig...
Michelle Frank2 months ago
Challenge Yourself
Growing up, I had the worst self-esteem imaginable! I would always put myself down and allow others to put me down as well, not knowing that this was abusive. I just thought it was normal. When someon...
Evelyn V.2 months ago
Believe Once Again
Recently, I've fallen into a dark pit and if you've been reading my writings you'd know exactly what I'm talking about. Nonetheless, I've made mistakes because I've been in such a dark place. However,...
Allie Franks2 months ago
Having Trouble with Forgiveness? Self-Love? Acceptance?
We all harbor some kind of hurt in our conscious and subconscious mind. Whether it's from the past or present, it can block the energy flow of your chakras. When there is a deficit or excessive flow o...
Ashley Ramos2 months ago
Things Not Said Aloud
You can’t tell me kids don’t have it hard, too. Sure, our struggles are different and almost nothing compared to the average adult struggling to pay taxes on time and making payments before the end of...
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Melanie S2 months ago
Act of Forgiveness
Today I have finished reading You'll See It When You Believe It by Dr. Wayne Dyer. It's a great book, and if you haven't yet, you really should read it. Spoiler alert (and what this post is about): At...
AnnaMarie Scholes2 months ago
Scattered Mind
This world is different for everyone; seeing how people came to fight for survival or for personal gain. Our minds thread trying to put a puzzle piece together and sometimes the pieces can't fit perfe...