Category: Emotional Healing

  • The power of emotional healing: A journey to self-discovery

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  • Identity Crisis After Divorce: Six Ways to Harness Your Emotions

    Divorce can feel like a threat to your identity – a betrayal of how you view yourself and what once brought meaning and safety to your life. It can feel like a tug of war to break free; to stop the dance even when you know you should. Still an…

  • 10 Ways to Be Brave Through Transition

    Uncertain change. That’s what most of us fear. Whether it’s the end of a relationship, moving to a new location or work environment – when we don’t have control over what’s changing it’s scary. A flood of questions takes over our minds and we wonder how and if we will…

  • My Fight with Excessive Guilt and How I Beat It

    I think it’s safe to say that 2020 was an eye-opener. We had plenty of time for self-reflection and I admit that as a recovering overthinker, I sometimes overdosed on analyzing myself. But, I don’t regret it. It helped me evolve as a woman, a Christian, and as a Life…

  • Conversations With My Sister: Divorce and Grief

    Detox and Grief: In order to fill the void, we must increase what brings us joy.

  • Losing My Mind

    I once dreamed of a field of purple lilies, smells of jasmine, the soft touch of a breeze in the wind, nestled in the arms of security, as the taste of innocence comforted me. Frolicking and humming with the birds of paradise, I felt no hesitation to roam free. For…

  • 7 Reasons Why You Can’t Let Go of Your Ex

    Divorce is hard. You’ve spent a substantial amount of time as one half of a married couple. Two lives had been intertwined and now you must figure out how to fill the gaps your former spouse previously occupied. In essence, you have to pick up the pieces and put yourself,…

  • Hey Dumb Girl

    Even if you’re no longer HER, sometimes you wear the mask of a smile to cover up all the wounds she inflicted on you.

  • Mourning Until Morning

    The thing about sadness is that it doesn’t care about the climate. Heartache and pain resides in the state of your mind and encompasses your heart until it’s ready to let go.

  • Degrees of Separation

    365 days and 180 degrees Though changing and ever growing I feel my pain still staring at me Refusing to disappear, just dissipating slowly Long days and late nights Encircling thoughts of anxiety I hold them at bay With an awareness of that path Once afraid and confused Tormented by…