We need to stop looking for some big unique great thing about us and start finally noticing the things that we are great at already. Big or small, impressive or not.
When looking back at your old work, you can feel upset. Disappointed in what you thought was good back then. Some look back and compare and are like "I'm so glad I'm better now" or they look back and cringe and get annoyed. Neither really works. We should instead look back and see our journey… Continue reading Looking Back At Past Creations
It's not just LGBTQ+ people that come out to the world. I mean, yes, this phrase is reserved for the ridiculous announcement that gay people seem to have to make to the world saying "hey, I'm gay." This is a conversation I've had with my sister. She came out to me and suddenly with each… Continue reading Our Coming Out Stories
Here are my thoughts on why we fall victim to disconnection and poor communication and how we can do better to cultivate connection in this complex world of today... Empathy over sympathy Sympathy is "I feel sorry for you," which doesn't take away my pain, or share it, or take away my shame and… Continue reading My Thoughts On Communication and Connection
It can be tough to have different views about life and the world compared to someone else's. We can often fight for a long time when trying to find who's right and who's wrong. But there is only one definite truth: we all see the world differently... Click to play!
*It's Mental Health Awareness Week* I was doing my regular head conversation thing and I thought about how some people may say that I "got over" my Social Anxiety (as in the level and intensity that it was when I was younger). As if I grew out of it. As if it was a… Continue reading We Don’t “Get Over It”
Here's my thoughts on the ignorant comment about mental health "it's all in your head"...