Mental Health · Monthly Reflection

March 2019 {monthly mental health reflection}

I grew up hearing that March’s weather is always different in the beginning than it is at the month’s end. “In like a lion, out like a lamb,” they say. The beginning of March was cold and snowy. And my schedule felt just as hectic as the weather outside. I felt both focused and scattered. I worked hard… Continue reading March 2019 {monthly mental health reflection}

Concepts · thoughts

The fear of confrontation over conversation.

I am blessed to have some really great friends. I really am. Many girls struggle to find “real” girlfriends; ones you can talk to in a time of need, ones that don’t judge and understand, ones that really love and support you. My friends would give me the shirt off their back if I asked for… Continue reading The fear of confrontation over conversation.

Communications · Concepts

What’s so wrong with saying, “I’m sorry?”

I remember the first time I said “I’m sorry” and truly meant it. I didn’t want to say it, but I knew I was in the wrong and that it was the right thing to do. I knew that if I apologized I would be making someone else would feel better, so I did it; I… Continue reading What’s so wrong with saying, “I’m sorry?”