For years, I felt bad for trying to stand up for myself. For asking questions that I didn't know how to find the answers to. For thinking that I deserved knowledge simply because that was always my goal on this earth. When I was a little girl, I had this vision of myself sitting in … Continue reading I Am Done Apologizing
For years I didn't talk about what I was going through, or had been through. When I did, it came out like verbal diarrhea, often without me being able to control the words coming out of my mouth. I keep thinking about Mr. Chadwick Boseman, and the fact that he chose to keep his battle … Continue reading So Many Of Us Suffer in Silence…I Am Not One Of Them
Yesterday I got to sit in on a lovely meeting hosted by Dr. De Vida Gill, who is an amazing woman, writer, and creative who inspired me to write this post. Once in awhile she hosts these meetings and asks us to think about certain questions or ideas that we wouldn't have thought about otherwise. … Continue reading All The Places I’ll Never See If I Don’t Get Past This Fear Of Travelling…
I've been thinking about people. Specifically the kind of people that treat you one way one moment, and then treat you a different way the next. When I first started smoking weed, I held onto this idea that I loved the people in my past, with an iron fist. I convinced myself that if I … Continue reading Trauma Response Is A Valid Medical Issue…I Swear I’m Not Just An Asshole
In this post Charity Barrett talks about the difficulties of parenting her first child. It’s funny and beautiful and lovely so be sure to check it out.
‘Threenager’ – a toddler with an old spirit, who converses and behaves like a teen; teenager in the body of a three year old toddler .
By: Natalee Cole
I learned a lot of things as I prepared for my first child at a robust age of 35. According to my ob-gyn, I was “not exactly in [my] prime”. No shocker there! So, I was not about to make any mistakes. I read EVERYTHING I could get my hands on. I downloaded two apps – ‘What to expect’ and ‘Baby Center’ – and joined both communities. Like I said – I was not about to make any mistakes. Nobody told me that moms make mistakes and though I learned a lot about teething problems, gassiness, and the terrible, terrible twos – nowhere in my readings and in none of my conversations with moms did I learn about tantrums at three.
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