Finding your happy place in the middle of a panic attack may not be the easiest thing in the world. But if you have a happy place before an attack strikes it can make it easier to handle. Here is how I found my happy place in the middle of giving birth.
There is a famous line from Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet “What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet…” where Juliet goes on to describe her new found love of Romeo. And yes, when we speak of things like roses and trees and the other objects in this world I … Read more
I never really thought that going on maternity Leave would help me build a better relationship with myself. I mean really, the concept had never crossed my mind as even being compatible. Maternity Leave, after all, is meant to help you heal after birth and help you bond with a new baby…. not figure out … Read more
during my time dealing with abuse I learned that my voice didn’t matter. I’m sure some of the message was given to me by media … But it was driven home by a relationship that said “I love you, but you really shouldn’t be yourself”. Maybe not in those words, but in a tone of little ways and actions and events.
If you’ve given up on your childhood dreams you may not remember what they are now. Or they may have grown up into something new you hadn’t thought of yet.
Most of of us are taught to conform to other people’s expectations, often we are molded and shaped to to pursue something that leaves us cold and empty inside.
I’ve been trying to write this post for a while now. The words just are not wanting to come out in the way they normally do so stay with me, I promise this will be worth the read. For most of my life I’ve used something called “social camouflage”. Meaning I’ve learned many ways to … Read more
Core Values also know as your belief system are integral to how we see the world around us and influence many if not all our choices. They are the heart of who we are. I’m not talking about ethics or morals here, nor am I talking about a specific religion or formalized belief system. I’m … Read more
I am still breastfeeding my son because I choose to, I’m just starting to feel connected to him. And it’s the only way I get to cuddle regularly. Is it hard? YES. Are there challenges specific to feeding a toddler? YES. So why continue? Because I belive it’s the right thing to do for us…