Mental Health · Monthly Reflection

September 2018 {monthly reflection}

September drifted by like a lazy afternoon. It started warm and slow. The sunlight embraced me, nurtured me, soothed me, and I danced amongst the wildflowers. I found myself smiling for no reason at all. But the glow of the amber light slowly transformed into a cool, crisp moonlit evening. September was just like that,… Continue reading September 2018 {monthly reflection}

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?”