Lately, and frequently, I find myself repeating the following words to myself: I don't want to disappear. I'm not sure what I mean when I speak these words. Physically, I am quite substantial -- no risk of "disappearing" in the literal sense of there being less of me. So perhaps these words harken to a … Continue reading Ramblings: time & space; potential; the slippery nature of, well, everything.
I am no stranger to extremes. I feel nothing or everything. I am highly productive or not at all. I am open & talkative or closed-off & isolating. High or low. Anxious or lackadaisical. I've mellowed a bit as I've matured, but when under stress I default to this fundamental duality, and any ability I've … Continue reading Ramblings: Control
Why You Need a Self-Talk Safe WordHALEY GOLDBERG February 8, 2018 Congrats—you’re in a relationship with yourself! Yup, a divine swipe right paired you with this self you’re inhabiting, the self you’re navigating through life. It’s the longest relationship you will ever have, and arguably the most committed. You’re your own ride or die, literally. … Continue reading Article: Why You Need a Self-Talk Safe Word
I’m not sure how old I was when I learned about being empathic/an Empath, but I do recall it as a major AHA! moment in my life. It explained so very much. It gave me the vocabulary necessary to make sense of what I experienced as a child: walking through crowds of people at the mall, … Continue reading Empath In A Storm
The Dark Side Of Being An Empath: 5 Powerful Ways The Highly Sensitive Experience The World Differently January 24th 2018 https://thoughtcatalog.com/shahida-arabi/2018/01/the-dark-side-of-being-an-empath-5-powerful-ways-the-highly-sensitive-experience-the-world-differently/ Audrey Reid What is an Empath? You may have heard the term “empath” before. But what does it actually mean? Is there any scientific basis for the term “empath”? Or is it, as … Continue reading The Dark Side Of Being An Empath