My mind is an ambivalent haze of emotions and practicality. It is often overcome with brokenness that unravels any intent of logic, then disguises it as reality. In a way, I’m thankful. It keeps me grounded. But some say it’s a way of coping. Then, you happened to me. Blinding me with those starry blues … More I Lost When I Loved.
I’ve had an incredible start to 2018 so far. I’ve traveled to three countries, got a raise at my job, paid off my car and managed to save money, I’ve developed a close relationship with a special person, and even though I had jury duty, it wasn’t as bad as my anxiety led me to … More What Den Taught Me
During the lunch hour, while eating a salad and sipping green tea I had picked up from Starbucks, I was speaking with a woman who sat across from me, fanning the heat off of the black coffee that smelled of cinnamon. I had only met her once before, and my first impression of her was … More Live Strong: International Women’s Day
Today, I’ve been adhering to the words in Psalms: Psalm 46 King James Version (KJV) 46 God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. 2 Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea;… This scripture has carried me today. … More “Doing Life Right”
I’m going to briefly mention just for relevancy that I have extreme social anxiety. I’m an absolute introvert, but I’m pretty good at faking social interactions. Because of this, I take weeks and sometimes months away from people, going to work but avoiding grocery stores and anything that centers around human interactions, to recharge. Thank … More I Don’t Know What It’s Like to be Missed