I’m embarrassed and ashamed of the fact that I can’t stop internalizing the words and actions of insecure bullies.
Language matters. Words have resonance. Here’s an easy trick to see if you’re being a jerk with what you’re saying.
The first in a series of posts in acknowledgment of Mental Health Awareness Month.
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.
Today marks my first day off of psychiatric medications in over four years.
When we eliminate the clutter and the noise, we can create space for the voices that most need to be heard.
In which I learn something disturbing and am reminded of something beautiful.
Learning to let go of perfectionism and embrace realness is a process, but there’s no shame in it.
Feelings are coming at me from every which way. All of them are real, but not all of them are cause for concern.
It’s been a weird day. Also, Happy Birthday to my dog, Macallan!