Carol, over at Therapy Bits, posted the holidays for today. You can read all the interesting ones HERE 😀
My favorite are International Haiku Poetry Day & Blah, Blah, Blah Day.
Clothed in his blackest,
He waited for the right time,
To harpoon his spear!
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Helping those who struggle with self love. I will share my story, share what helps me, and tips on surviving every day life.
Imagination Rules : Let Your Imagination Play
Loving the beautiful mess that I am and sharing my truth
Diamonds, diamonds and stars
Fort Collins Wealth and Retirement Blog
Different moods, Different foods :)
So artsy, it drives you crazy.
Counseling tips and strategies alongside strange, frustrating, funny and insightful client encounters
It’s my Journal of Thoughts, Feelings and Experiences that people can relate to!
PSYCHOTHERAPIST,COUNSELLOR,SCREENWRITER - LONDON.UK
Sharing my experience with generalised anxiety disorder and the happiness I found through accepting and embracing my mental health.
This blog is to encourage others that is being victimize, been a victm, or were a victim that they no longer have to live in hidden. I want to share words of encouragement to them and let them know they can come out of their situtaion alive no matter what there abuser is telling or has told them over the years. Some individuals have left their abuser but they are still living in afraid or living in in jail mental; the victim have to get his or her life back. Living behind the wall in public isn't well for them. They have to make a stand for themselves and regain what they lost in that relationship. It will not happen within a week or probably a month. First of all its a learning process, admit to what they lost, and let go of the shame, pride, and bitter. Its up to the victim to want to be a Survior not the abuser.
Love, Peace. Humbleness
; My Story Isn't Over THE JOURNEY HAS JUST BEGAN
Easy Family Recipes-New Recipes Every Day
All the love, all the time...
Strength for the journey of motherhood
"Io non dischiudo nè nascondo ma al contrario faccio vedere" (Eraclito)