My last therapy session involved the technique of EMDR. Diving deep into difficult emotions has left me physically exhausted, but mentally more at ease than I had been before.
Category Archives: My journey
When Fear Overpowers Reality
Sometimes what we fear is so strong that we can’t enjoy the reality that is right in front of us. This weekend is a challenge in overcoming that.
What Running Taught Me About Being Uncomfortable
Running gives you time to think, and to reflect. I’ve picked up some lessons about myself and about life in the process that I want to share with you!
The Subconscious Practice of Building Escape Routes
How do we cope with fear of missing out? And what is it costing us? What’s the key to changing our habit of building escape routes into our lives?
Start Slowly – With Who You Are
Whenever I started on an exercise regime, I would jump in head first and put way too much hay on to that fork being unable to keep it lifted. Sounds familiar? Do you know why you do it? This is how I changed that pattern this time around.
From Christian to Atheist to Spiritual Explorations to … Me.
My journey with religion has been bumpy, to say the least, and I don’t think it has ended either. I’m curious to see where it will lead me next.
“I can’t find my passion!” – on Living a Patchwork Life
Do you know exactly what your one true passion in life is? Do you feel like your life will be incomplete until you’ve found it? Perhaps you don’t really need that one true calling…
The Call of Purpose
Sometimes you hear an idea calling out to you, want to see what it could mean to you, feel an urge to follow something new. Don’t hesitate, just do!
10 Things You Need to Take Responsibility For (In Order to Grow)
Responsibility may seem old-fashioned, but is, in fact, super sexy. Taking responsibility for these 10 things will bring you energy and more freedom than you can imagine.
What’s Stopping Me From Being a Writer?
I’ve always dreamt of being a writer, yet I’ve also always put that dream ‘on hold’ while other, more ‘urgent’ matters were handled first. Why did I do that? And what does Elizabeth Gilbert have to do with it?