Leader vs Royal

Writing for the Your Daily Word Prompt for today:D : imperious Despite his royal status, and the endless riches, despite his physical difficulties, during his reign as a young man, he never grew imperious in character. He was Pharoah; but he behaved as would any male his age. I admire this about him because those years are emotionally confusing and hormonal. Super interesting article about the aspect of his character. Continue reading Leader vs Royal

Love

What love isn’t Easy A feeling Getting your way all the time Endless supply of money Selfishness Stagnant Lusting after another Emotional attention given /received from someone other than partner Munipulation Apathetic Withholding Emotionally unattached Lack of willingness to understand Choose not to communicate effectively Found at the bottom of a bottle Doing what you want over what you need to do Comfortable lying Incapable of working through conflict Seeking attention Unaccountable of self Insecure Envious Unforgiving Unmerciful Lacks grace Jealous Untrustworthy Replaceable I thought I knew what love was, but I didn’t. I didn’t love myself ; therefore, I … Continue reading Love

Coloring Therapy

(Pre)-Self-Care Sunday♥‿♥💗💗💗!! You matter; you’re important; take care of you 🙂 . . . . #clevelandgram #arttherapy #selfcaresaturday #selfcare #selfcareisntselfish #loveyourselfquotes #loveyourselffirst #saturdaynight #saturdayvibes #peacelovepositivity #coloring #clegram #blogginglove #selfcareisimportant #arttherapy Free Printable Coloring Pages: 1. The Ultimate Guide to Free Coloring Pages About midway down the page, there’s a place to subscribe for additional notifications of pages. The list of sites with free pages follows. 2. Favoreads Club Free Coloring Pages There’s an option to sign up for this club on this website. There’s a great selection of free pages, as well. 3. Moms and Crafters Coffee Lovers Coloring Pages … Continue reading Coloring Therapy

#bloomwhereyouareplanted

I’m so thankful to live this life, open-hearted to “the possible”… With faith bigger than fear, and my eyes focused on truths. So much could destroy me… Bitter my heart, send me down a dark rabbit hole… I Know that my ONLY limitation is myself… And I’m entirely too curious and stubborn to get in my own damn way! #blessed #youpeoplearefabulous #choices #mylife #makingadifference #bloomwhereyouareplanted Continue reading #bloomwhereyouareplanted

This vs That

You know what I love about theory? It can be proven to be truth, by some tangible evidence. Likewise, it can be debunked by tangible evidence. Trial and error produces results that either support or debunk a theory. In the case of spirituality, though truth relies on personal beliefs for the majority, the same CAN still happen. Let’s say a trial is set up to determine whether or not a concoshtion of drugs can cure Hodgkinson lymphoma. Through studies, researchers have reported this cancer ills middle-aged African Americans more so than other group. Coincidently, spiritual beliefs also reign strong in … Continue reading This vs That

Lettrs: Hoorah

Gretchen is like so many others, above and beyond what’s asked of her, selflessly giving, dedicated worker, loyal to work and family. She managed, though, to trip into some sticky situations with a monster of a spouse, and a greedy employer. We’ve been in situations that have been sticky, haven’t we? Our choices have gotten us in a bit of a mess, but hindsight is 20/20. Her instance was rather serious. She needed to act fast, and finally put herself first… To protect her life! Are you in that position? Are you holding on to something that’s destroying you, your … Continue reading Lettrs: Hoorah

7 Survival Tips for Highly Sensitive Moms

7 Survival Tips for Highly Sensitive Moms — Read on piganddac.com/7-survival-tips-for-highly-sensitive-moms/ What’s Highly Sensitive? It’s a state of living in which all scenes are over stimulated. Lights appear as if they’re prepared for a Friday night football game. Sounds are as if projected through a surround sound… On it’s highest sound level. People who are sensitive make up roughly 10-20% of the population… And some of you MAY acknowledge yourself to be HSP. A few years ago, actually 8 to be exact, I discovered this about myself. It was life changing. I’ve grown in love for myself and prioritize my … Continue reading 7 Survival Tips for Highly Sensitive Moms

#1

moments … If I may say, I’ve had some very wonderful ones already today! Have you? Have you noticed? Did you laugh or soak all of it in as if your life depended on it? Gosh, I sure hope so! I hope they stopped your mind from wandering, and you thought of absolutely nothing else. I enjoyed listening to Skidamerink a Dink this morning. My toddler found it on her Ipad. It’s such a happy song. My grandpa use to sing it to my siblings and me, when we were growing up. Later, on the way to dropping my daughter off at school, I noticed a … Continue reading #1

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Woman survives cancer, not once, but twice. Teacher shields her students in a school attack. Child decides to raise money for a parent’s bill. Man pushes himself to regain independency. Young man assists an elderly across the street. An employee encourages a special needs customer to help. Volunteering with disaster relief Donating blood. Registering as an organ donor. Praying Hugging Listening. There’s angels that walk this earth… That blend in with all of us… They don’t wear capes. They’re deciding to be kind. They’re demonstrating how to lead. They’re dedicating time to others. Not all heroes wear capes, Many of them, though they feel “ordinary”, Made … Continue reading Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Suicide Awareness Month #3

striking facts: ▪ Five million Americans have attempted suicide. Every seventeen minutes, one of them succeeds. ▪ Three and a half million Americans are survivors of a loved one’s suicide. Most of them have been left with a sense of guilt and deep grief. ▪ Between 1999 and 2010, the suicide rate in this country rose over 30%. ▪ Between 1952 and 1995, the suicide rate of young people (ages 15-24) tripled. ▪ Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students. ▪ There are more deaths annually of young people by suicide than automobile fatalities. ▪ Fifteen percent of clinically depressed people commit … Continue reading Suicide Awareness Month #3

Retrospective

This past week had lots of ups and lots of downs. I felt some things I hadn’t ever before, and they were profound! Much of the week, I was so sleep deprived that I couldn’t see the big picture. This morning, when I opened my planner, this quote summarized it perfectly… And my heart felt an abundance of peace. “There is no chance, no destiny, no fate, that can circumvent, or hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul.” Ella Wheeler Wilcox In my personal life, this determined soul opened my eyes to a very real spiritual miracle! … Continue reading Retrospective

How the Brain and Personality Provide Protection Against Emotional Distress – Neuroscience News

A new study reports personality traits can help protect an individual’s brain against symptoms of emotional distress, such as anxiety and depression. — Read on neurosciencenews.com/personality-brain-emotional-distress-9773/ Such a good read=)!!!! Continue reading How the Brain and Personality Provide Protection Against Emotional Distress – Neuroscience News

10 of the best mental health apps for 2018

Life happens! When it does, these apps are here to assist us in regaining control of our thoughts, breathing, confidence, and self esteem. These handy apps are here if we’re looking for a peaceful little away scape, place to throw up some thoughts, and talk with a professional about a situation. At any moment, I hope any of these apps help you find your peace once again. Whether you’re going through a rough patch, experiencing depression, anxiety, or stress, or having relationship issues, there is an app to help. — Read on http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320557.php Continue reading 10 of the best mental health apps for 2018

To The INFJ

Sending love to my fellow #INFJs in the blogging community. I hope you, especially, take time for yourself today. You’re a special light in a world captured by darkness. You shine through the cracks of brokeness, and you restore hope in humanity. You deserve the greatest love that you could potentially extend to anyone else. Be good to you; you deserve it💚🧡 plus.google.com/+MoonChildNova/posts/RZMHeyKUTCW Continue reading To The INFJ

Day Two

Prompt: Do you need solitude? Like flowers need the rain to grow! I didn’t realize this necessity until recently, when I truly began discovering myself. Growing up, when I was in trouble, my mother would send me to my room, or to sit on the steps. Truth be told, and thank God she didn’t know this, I didn’t mind! Nooooo, I didn’t misbehave to intentionally isolate myself. A few years ago, I was reading about Personality types, types of people, and such ways that help one identify who he or she is. I tested to be an INFJ, commonly Introverted, … Continue reading Day Two

7 Things Highly Sensitive People Should Do For Their Mental Health

Highly Sensitive is a newer genre of people. LoL, so special in his/her own way. If you’re not familiar with what I mean, here is an incredible pdf, full of information. I know I’m constantly feeling overwhelmed with life. Self care is something I must practice. It’s no optional for me. Here’s a few helpful ideas if you’re feeling a need to too much. Providing a fresh spin on news, entertainment, fashion, beauty, lifestyle, books, and any and all subjects that concern women. Bustle is an online community delivering original content that’s smart, shareable, and, most importantly, fun. — Read … Continue reading 7 Things Highly Sensitive People Should Do For Their Mental Health