32 posts from year 2016

Wishing You A Joyful Holidays

Hello dear reader, I realize I don't often address you directly, do I? That feels funny since you are such a gift to me. <3 Most of the time, I write these words because I am experiencing something in my own life and I need my words, and playing with them, to feel into the experience. I find the whole process of writing, editing, and publishing what I need to express supportive and therapeutic. When I learn these words I need so much to enjoy and explore myself, are touching you ...

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Vulnerable

It's a risk. I'm afraid. What will you think of me? What will I think of me? If I tell my hidden truth? I feel so ashamed. How could I show you that? I can not take the chance of showing my true face to you. The idea of bearing it is terrifying. In fact, it is more than that, it is life threatening. My neediness threatens my life. It terrifies me. I don't want to feel it. I must protect from it. I can not need love. I can not show how I need you. I must protect who I truly am ...

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Buying In & Out Of ‘Not Enough’

I don't want to feel this way any more. I don't want to feel that I am 'not enough.' I want to see how wonderful and amazing I am—and how wonderful and amazing you are. It has been far too long that I have bought into the message that you and I are 'not enough' as we are. In response to these feelings, I've decided I'm no longer accepting any message, internal or otherwise, that encourages me or anyone else to believe that who or what or why we are is 'not enough.' I'm done buying into ...

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Ageism and Entrepreneurship: 5 Ways to Make Old Age Work in Your Favour

This article is written by guest author Jelena Djurdjevic. We all know that getting old isn't for the faint of heart. As people advance in age, new challenges related to physical and mental ability need to be overcome in order to ensure a productive lifestyle. With modern developments in medicine and nutrition, however, people can now maintain their ability to function at a high level well into their 70s and even 80s. In these circumstances, it stands to reason that success in the ...

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Cool to Be Cruel

Who was it that decided It was cool to be cruel? Who was it that instructed you To cover up your envy. With cutting words Used to feel oh so clever. Holding your balance On the pedestal you've precariously perched on. Hoping to tower over Your item of envy. They need to be smaller Small, like you feel when you're around them. Small, like you feel. When you forget how beautiful you are You can be so very ugly. Your cutting words Will never leave you feeling ...

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