You Slipped, You Fell, You Got Up Again, Now You Are More Prepared for the Future The Universe Demands You Receive

I truly believe that there are consequences for everything that happens on this planet. When we are armed with knowledge, and we choose to ignore what we know inside is true, we get hurt, and before you @ me, I’ve ignored my instincts enough to know when my instincts are always right and I am … More You Slipped, You Fell, You Got Up Again, Now You Are More Prepared for the Future The Universe Demands You Receive

Dear Mental Health Professionals: Please Stop Making Me Do The Hard Work For YOU, It’s Time For Us To Learn To Work TOGETHER. #TriggerWarning

For those of us who seek help from mental health “professionals,” it can be incredibly difficult to deal with our own emotions, and then have to explain those emotions to those who call themselves professionals, AND THEEEEN, make our mental health professionals feel comfortable around our emotional spectrums and waves. When we go to seek … More Dear Mental Health Professionals: Please Stop Making Me Do The Hard Work For YOU, It’s Time For Us To Learn To Work TOGETHER. #TriggerWarning

Ghosting: The Ultimate Response To Choosing Not To Deal With Your Feelings

Why is it so difficult to tell someone you aren’t interested in them? I’ve had it happen to me more than once, and yeah it hurt, but I grew up, I got over it, and I moved on. I will say that I appreciated the honesty, even if it stung, much more than I would … More Ghosting: The Ultimate Response To Choosing Not To Deal With Your Feelings

Stumble Around Until You Discover What Works For You: Blogging Advice From A Self-Diagnosed Imposter Syndrome Sufferer

I suffer from extreme Imposter Syndrome. It’s this idea in your head that you have no idea what the fuck that you’re talking about, even as you’re telling people that you know what you’re talking about. The official definition is as follows: Impostor syndrome (IS) refers to an internal experience of believing that you are not … More Stumble Around Until You Discover What Works For You: Blogging Advice From A Self-Diagnosed Imposter Syndrome Sufferer