So many times in my life, since being aware of the effect Bipolar Disorder has on me, I have been scared to chase my dreams. I get this surge to push on, knowing the voice in the back of my mind is speaking to me about how silly I will look when I try to
I feel like I have been holding my breath, just waiting for the world to go back to something I recognize again. But it just doesn’t… Today, my sister called and told me she tested positive for Covid. My best friend is awaiting her results. My sister lost her sense of smell and taste, while
If you have seen the show Legacies, there is a scene at the end of the movie where Hope is trying to find Josie inside her mind. As she is there, the darkness comes and Josie falls apart and becomes weak. She literally feels like she can’t fight it because it’s much stronger than she
This video was taken yesterday during a crazy storm. Wow! Hail and tornado warnings.
I have been blessed, and I have been cursed. Life is a double edged sword. In my life I have had the amazing experience of a strong, loyal and fiercely connected family. It has been a blessing unlike anything I could ever put into words. But it’s also a curse to love so many people.
My anger quelled today. I realized a number of things that were flawed in my thought process about my aunt dying at the hands of the pandemic. The magic that I believed in was tested and I feel like I partially failed at that test. Here’s what I learned. Anger is Part of the Normal
People are sick. People are dying. My family barely braced for the loss of my aunt Joanne, before she was gone faster than a speeding train. I am feeling the pain, agony and desperation of loss in the air and it’s suffocating me. I feel like each death is leaving its mark on me. Death
“Oh Haaa,” she would say with her eyes wide and her mouth perched open with a shocked look on her face. Then came the contagious laugh and you can’t help but to laugh. Who says, “Oh Haaa?” She was a person who loved life and laughed at everything in a way that made everyone laugh.
“For many years, these worries ran the show. My team of inner critics ruled my life and kept me from writing this book for you.” – Amber Rae “Choose Wonder Over Worry” About “Confession: I Was Dying with my Gifts Still Inside” Procrastination. The not-so-gentle nudge of the what-if’s. The thoughts of the world not
Choosing Wonder IS the easiest choice. Wonder expresses how much you value the feelings of anxiety and how badly you want to heal those feelings. Amber Rae offers some amazing advice in her authentic book, “Choose Wonder over Worry.”