It’s been a difficult year so far, but I have persevered and gotten stronger.
The present is a gift. So is the future.
Part of the fun of tie dying is not knowing for sure how what you made will turn out. It’s a lot like life.
Who I was then is not who I am now. That’s good and challenging at the same time.
When everything seems bad, it’s time to look for the good within.
Depression and anger often go hand in hand.
Exploring my own stories that define my beliefs about myself and my values yields insights, some of which are challenging.
At first, getting a PhD seemed like a way to credential myself and expand my professional practice. Now, it’s a lifeline.
I’m embarrassed and ashamed of the fact that I can’t stop internalizing the words and actions of insecure bullies.
My grad school classes are starting up for the Summer Term and I’m thinking about what it means to be studying change management during this time of upheaval.