Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Feelings can be described in several different ways, an emotional state or reaction, a belief, or even relating to our 5 senses with touch. Overall, feelings are weird, they can make our behaviors change, impact our daily lives and even our relationships with people. There are people who are good … Continue reading Feelings.
Photo by Paweu0142 L. on Pexels.com Dear Best Friend, I’ve seen these posts about how if you’re friends with someone longer than 7 years they become your family. Which is what you were, my family. You are the other half of my tattoo, my sister, my friend. You stuck by my side during some of … Continue reading To My Best Friend.
If you’re anything like me, you’re thinking “hell no!” Fair enough, I could see why that would be an immediate reaction. Let me start by saying this; I am a person with high anxiety, depressive tendencies, and major ADHD. So why would I ever step out of my comfort zone knowing I’m a bit more … Continue reading Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone
A recent argument stemmed from the idea that I was being too selfish. I am the first person to call someone out when they aren't being fair, especially in a relationship. Relationships can have a lot of ups and downs, of course. The biggest problem at the time was that I simply couldn't love. Mentally … Continue reading Making Myself a Priority Shouldn’t Ruin My Relationship.
Wow, where do I even start? I was so close to ending my career as a nanny, but then you guys showed up. I have been blessed to work for you and help raise your angel baby to be the sweet independent girl that she has become. You guys surpassed employers and became my extended … Continue reading To My Nanny Family…
If you're reading this because you understand, or think you might have chronic suicidal ideation, I will start by sending you the biggest internet hug there ever was. I wouldn't wish this feeling on my worst enemy. My doctors have 'diagnosed' me with chronic suicidal ideation, due to the fact that I truly do always … Continue reading Chronic Suicidal Ideation
Growing up in a military household where we didn't talk about, or acknowledge emotions was tough. I didn't ever think it was acceptable to cry. I grew up feeling embarrassed, like it was a bad thing to show tears, it was a sign of weakness. I hid away in my room whenever I felt upset … Continue reading Feelings Are Scary.