Imagine that you’re sitting on the examination bed in a doctor’s office waiting to be healed. The novacane you’ve been using to numb the pain has subsided and now you’re feeling the full extent of everything that you have been covering up. The doctor enters the room to hand you a medical gown but you … More Healing Pain of Exposure
I’ve always had an obsession with the sky in the night time. I will pull my car over and pray on a star. I will find empty parking lots and spend hours looking at the galaxy and give each star a story. And when there is a full moon, I can look forward to text … More Light in Darkness
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing twice and expecting a different result. Living by that definition means that we should never do the same thing twice if we want to be considered sane. It insinuates that if you try something once and it doesn’t work, then you need to let bygones be … More The Fear of Insanity
Your beliefs are created by your environment and experiences, but once you reach a certain point of emotional maturity you should evaluate them to see if they are pushing you back or pulling you forward. Check out the video below!
When you do what makes you happy, you are making a permanent decision based off of a temporary emotion because happiness is dictated by circumstance and expectation. Check out the video below for more!
The practice of sacrificing one thing to obtain something else is commonly regarded to as substitution. Substitutions are typically made when someone doesn’t like what they currently have. They trade what they currently have for something else that they are familiar with. This is done in hopes that the familiar thing will step into the … More Substitution of Familiarity
I’ve always been a free-thinker, not easily influenced by the opinions of others, but always open to hear the wisdom of those around me. I never noticed that it was rare until I started analyzing the affects of social media on my generation. Every decision that we make should not include the question, “What will … More Make Decisions for Yourself, Not Other People
A few days ago, I stayed up until 2:00 a.m. and only got 3, maybe 4 hours of sleep. When I woke up to begin my day, I was met with attacks that made me wish I could crawl back under my silk sheets and hide from the world. The whole day was full of … More A Restless Spirit
Every heartbreak leaves an internal wound on our bodies and many of us don’t take the proper time to heal because we either jump into another relationship hoping to be rescued from the pain or we just numb our pain until someone new comes along. There is exponential danger in doing that because a heart … More Open-Wounded Relationships
Love and fear are commonly subconsciously misconstrued in relationships because the vastly different words can carry the same feelings in one’s heart. I believe that if we were mentally and emotionally aware of the difference between the two then more people’s “I love you” would turn into “I fear losing you”. Fear of lost is … More Romanticism of Fear in Love