Tag Archives: Psychospirituality

Post-Traumatic Growth

Sometimes we need reminders of how far we have come and how deep the hole was that we dug ourselves out of. Today was one of those days as Facebook reminded me of a post I had made on September 30, 2015, at 1:12 am. It went something like this… “I wish my mind worked correctly. I’m so sick of

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Navigating Co-dependency

Co-dependency is something that has been on my radar a bit in the last few months as I have been learning about the psychology of developing emotional intelligence. Developing emotional intelligence has been my saving grace. I feel it helped me mature, stay calm when I’d rather react, and understand myself along with others more. But, it doesn’t seem like

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You’re so negative…

I swear I’m going to scream if one more person says I’m being negative just because I don’t have the same opinion as them, disagree with them, or express myself differently.   One of my favorite paraphrases: “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it as his own,” is my

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My Inner Work

One thing you’ll start to realize about me, the more you read on about what I write, is that I’m not afraid to talk about my struggles. I struggle to overcome a lot internally. And I’m not afraid to express it. I’m aware of the current trend right now of people posting everywhere all of their positive experiences and the

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