healing

How to heal fully and properly.

M O5 months ago
What I Thought
I guess when I was younger, I wished a lot of things for myself when I “grow up.” I suppose every kid had those thoughts. Every kid wanted to be an astronaut or a race car driver or a doctor. And some...
Chelsea Kitchen5 months ago
Stick and Stones May Break My Bones
Most of us on Facebook have seen the post “share a picture of you in your senior year and one now.” I know I did and I even shared it myself and said “it’s amazing what eight years and a baby can do.”...
Ruby Brown5 months ago
Decisions, Decisions
Decisions, decisions… How do we really deal with the hard ones? 2017 was certainly a year of change for me on a personal level, with dramatic endings happening on a weekly basis. (I know I am among fr...
Madi Whysitmatter5 months ago
Taking a Nature Trip
All you need is a little nature. This post will be a fairly short one, to appreciate and spread my love for wildlife. I hope you enjoy 😁🌲🌲 I've found myself having days where nothing seems to go ri...
Courage
Downcast soul, what have you become? You've been wearing this mask for too long and now it is stuck on my face like a shitty song in my head. I'm living in this tragic, yet silver lining of a whirlwin...
Zindia John5 months ago
Damaging Depressing Disappointments (Pt. 1)
We all have a time in our lives where we get disappointed. And there are different levels of disappointments. Big or small, they're all still really affective and they influence us in ways we might no...
L M Anderson5 months ago
The Dust of Our Bones: Pt. 3
Some surprises catch you like a whisper. Gentle, soft, reassuring. You’re taken off guard but somehow feel like this is how things are supposed to be. I was swimming laps in my own head, trapped in th...
Alexandra F5 months ago
Defeatist Things I've Told Myself
"You'll never told down a job." In my early thirties, it has become increasingly clear to me that I'm bad at keeping jobs, well, fast-paced ones anyway. People just don't seem to want to keep me in th...
Hillary Nizam5 months ago
How to Cope with Grief and the Loss of a Loved One
Grieving the loss of our loved ones is like a never ending battle with ourselves. The pain is deep and our wounds are fresh, yet we manage to survive another day without their presence. In such times ...
Amber Paulison6 months ago
You Always Find Your Way Back Home
Need we talk about the things that are obvious? The sky is blue, the sun rose this morning, the moon will set again tonight and the waves are still crashing along the shoreline somewhere. Need we expl...
Allata Gonsalves6 months ago
Damaged People Cannot Spread Healing!​
I often thought that I could help people heal without being healed myself. I was broken, and all the pieces of the puzzle of my life laid at the doorstep of everyone who had hurt me. So, on my journey...
Simone Bromson6 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.6 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 Ann6 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 Graziano6 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 Reed6 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 Tee6 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 Anderson6 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...