Tag Archives: acceptance

Attention

Why do I need his attention? I want to talk to him. I want him to notice me. I want him to miss me when I’m not around. These aren’t bad things. But so much of my mood depends on … Continue reading

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Empty

Sometimes I feel like there is a void inside of me. I try and fill this void with “likes”, pretty selfies, or constant communication with friends. When I am home with nothing to do, the void gapes at me with … Continue reading

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Loving Communication

Communication is a very important and often overlooked skill. Not many people have it. I’ve been dealing with a lot lately: my dad’s bipolar, losing my home, family stress. Sometimes I just want someone to lean on. Unfortunately, the person … Continue reading

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Understanding

Trying to understand others, especially when they are cruel to you, is so very hard. I’m not good at it. I would rather write a list of all of their wrongs and recite it at the top of my lungs … Continue reading

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´╗┐Working Through Anxiety

I’ve been feeling pretty anxious lately. What helps me personally is writing lists. Can you relate? 

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Me Time

  I often run myself to the brink of exhaustion with different activities. I am always seeing people, going places, doing things. I often leave no time for myself. With the recent struggles my family has been facing because of … Continue reading

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Strength Training

According to Google, the definition of strength is: the quality or state of being strong, in particular. But that doesn’t even begin to cover it. Someone can be strong – physically, emotionally, or mentally. Being able to do pushups, forgive … Continue reading

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