When you just need to say all the things that are on your mind, Expressing, reflecting, and talking all things of any kind.Sometimes they are painful and sometimes they are fun,But either way, speak your mind and don't you run.Don't hold back and always allow yourself to be,Speak your truth and be you-be free.It's far … Continue reading Just Say It
When you try to make things happen but you know it's not right,Sometimes you have to take a step back and reenter the fight.The fight against time; see your patience as wealth,A fight worth having, one that serves your most inner self.It won't always be easy and it won't always come when you are ready,But … Continue reading Honoring Patience
When silence screams it pierces your ears. Louder than words; more honest than words.When you sit in silence, you hear yourself louder than ever. Do you listen? Do you shy away? What do you hear?Are you able to tolerate the audience of trees, birds, or waves as you sit still?It's almost as if they are … Continue reading Silence Speaks
Letting life work its magic. Time. Allowing. Trusting. Releasing. Being the strong one. Honor myself. Honor others. Where does that leave me? Feeling strong or feeling bereft? Feeling empowered or feeling cracked? Exhausted. Dejected. Empowered. Conflicted. Feelings for those who aren't ready, when I, for once, am. Surprised by my own melting, my own willingness, … Continue reading Heart’s Chambers
I remember starting therapy over 2 years ago for severe anxiety and depression, but more specifically with a life-altering diagnosis of OCD. As she reviewed the physiology of OCD and the treatment plan with me, I sat there and asked, shocked at the possibility, "So what do I do and what will I think about … Continue reading On the other side of mental health
No one gets it. You try to explain and it just can't be grasped. Anxiety is like a tunnel vision, a foggy lens, a foreign language that only you can understand to the core. It is a vortex of thought that you get sucked deep down into without any escape in sight. Ever try to … Continue reading Can you love someone with anxiety?
If things are meant to work out, something will make you hold on. Something will keep your gut speaking that language, your heart singing that tune, and your mind always coming back to the idea. You might not know the reason now, but something will show you the way. Could be tomorrow, could be next … Continue reading Just Be
Why is it that people who you think are your friends, are the ones who hurt you the most? How do some people have the capacity to just up and leave, offering no explanation, and just cutting off a relationship without hesitation? Confuses the crap outta me.
Inspired by the pain of depression and the diagnosis of OCD during a relationship I still carry with me. One thing I need you to know which is 100% true, Is my anxiety struck me so hard because of how much I love you. Terrified of that strong of a feeling I had never felt … Continue reading Love
I got off the plane and on one was there. There was no one I knew, and no one waiting for me on the other side, no smile, hug, or kiss to greet me. "Is this how it's gonna be?" I asked myself. I know it's not how I want it to be and I … Continue reading No One Was There