healing

How to heal fully and properly.

Simone Bromson3 months ago
A Little Ramble
I used to write every day on an old laptop that was my equivalent of a diary. Every time things seemed too big or too complicated for my frazzled teenage brain to deal with, I would write poems or let...
Luigino T.3 months ago
Seeking Fulfillment: Acknowledgement, Engagement, and Preciousness
I've spoken many times about dealing with personal stress and unforeseen circumstances in and out of the workplace, dealing with them while in the presence of others, while you're by yourself, and in ...
Rachel Ann3 months ago
Journal (Write It Out!)
Day 24 08/31/2018 Hello, everyone. I love you all so much. Welcome to day 24! Thanks to you guys, my advice and journal entries have become a huge success! These last couple days, I haven’t been focus...
Vincent Graziano3 months ago
What Do Your Scars Mean?
It was 2013, I was in my happy place, a Pearl Jam concert. This show was at the Barclays center in Brooklyn. The second night of back to back shows. I was happy. Right before “Betterman,” Eddie Vedder...
Andy Reed3 months ago
Phoenix Rising
I have left the wolf of darkness, at least just for today, inside my heart back in the dusky hollows of my soul space. Today, if only just for today—I am the phoenix. I said 'falcon' aloud but it feel...
Jay Tee3 months ago
Pondering Existence
Recently, I have faced death. Not only in my family with the death of my beloved Nanna and then Aunt two weeks later, but also within friends’ lives as well—not necessarily being human; family can als...
L M Anderson3 months ago
The Dust of Our Bones: Pt. 2
All of life was held within the stretching breath of a moment and there was no room for questions. It was all settled inside like sun rising every morning. This was life and all was as it should be. C...
Infinite Love3 months ago
How To Release Negative Energy in Three Easy Steps
Anytime you have pent up negative energy, it needs to be replaced with a surge of positive energy in order to reverse the feeling of being drained. We all have our fair share of bad days, and you may ...
Brian Kannard3 months ago
The Event
When I talk about “the event,” my narrative sounds strangely like Kevin Spacey’s “there was a lawyer…” yarn in The Usual Suspects. Unlike Verbal Kint’s tale, my event was as real as a Kobayashi coffee...
Cosette Montemayor3 months ago
The Art of Being Lost
I'm going to be traveling around America for a year, experiencing theatre in a way like never before. I can't even begin to explain to you how excited I am, how thankful I am. Ugh, can you believe? *C...
Gabriella Grace3 months ago
Lion's Gate
What a month! This past month has been enormously liberating in a most challenging and fabulous way. With solar and lunar eclipses, normal full and new moon cycles, Lion’s Gate, and half the planets i...
JC .3 months ago
A Mile in My Armor
I have spent the last few years of my life afraid of something undefinable and because of my irrational fear, I have restrained myself from the experiences that are necessary in order to for me grow a...
Jacinda Almonte3 months ago
Stepping Stones
Like a merry-go-round at the carnival the world goes round, the horses go up and down in a circle until time's up, and then it’s the same cycle all over again... In this country, people are the horses...
K. Stacy3 months ago
"Here Lies"—Finding Closure, Forgiveness, and Peace
Imagine you're at a funeral, gazing at an open casket surrounded by overly scented flowers and wreaths with one-word labels. A low, strong strand of music whispers through the air. You hear the soft s...
Amanda Grimm4 months ago
Homeless but Hopeful: A Tale of Endurance
Sometimes I wish there was an easy fix, or I wish I was person that could just be happy with less. But life doesn't work that way, and I'm not that person. I've always had enormous dreams. Even as a f...
Geenay Laubscher4 months ago
You Are Worthy
'I guess in the end I'm just afraid. Afraid of looking back at all that has happened and know that I could have done more.' This very same feeling of anxiety and fear is ever present in so many people...
Carmen Iretips4 months ago
It's More Than a Movement
The first time I was on stage with a group of people I was in second grade. We put on a Christmas pageant at the school with all the older grades. I had done small recitals for small groups in ballet,...
Phoenix Roronoa4 months ago
Starting Over
So it's been a while since I've written anything and there is an extremely legit reason for it. I'm one week away from giving birth and my baby daddy is still an unbelievable deadbeat who wants absolu...