Tag Archives: insecurities

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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What Would You Say?

I confessed my feelings to you today and you seemed surprised. I wonder what you would say if you could see me in your bed right now. We’ve been friends for a long time. We’ve leaned on each other through … Continue reading

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Pushing Limits

So you guys remember this song right? 😉 I’ve discovered lately that mental strength is most important in physical training. Even when you feel tired, if you force yourself to keep going, you usually can. This also applies to activities … Continue reading

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Sleeping

  Damn dog. Unwillingly, I crack my eyelids open and stumble out of bed to let her out. It’s 2:00 AM. I shouldn’t be awake at 2:00 AM. But that isn’t the only time I woke up last night. I … Continue reading

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What is my worth?

A few days ago, my boyfriend dumped me over a 16 minute phone conversation. It’s been hard for me to accept, especially mulling over the beginnings of our relationship and how it all used to be so good. I still … Continue reading

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Breakup

“You love me like a soulmate, I love you like a girlfriend.” The words stung like ice on bare skin. Where did this come from? Why was this happening? What did I do wrong? All I could think about were … Continue reading

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Learning to Live in the Moment

Being a lifelong worry wart, this has always been hard for me. Something amazing may be occurring before my eyes, but it doesn’t take long for my anxious noggin to imagine a dozen catastrophes… Maybe a sharknado will burst through the kitchen … Continue reading

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