(I wrote and published this in 2013 on an old iteration of the blog. You may have read it before. but probably not.) I was called out. Horrifyingly, this guy told me I’m not confident! Here I’ve been thinking I’ve been oozing confidence for years, and suddenly, he tells me,”you don’t seem all that confident”. … Continue reading On Confidence
I love personality tests. It's hard to feel understood in real life sometimes. When I do a personality test and on the other side there are jokes and memes about EXACTLY HOW I FEEL- suddenly I feel much less alone. Mediators often wish that they could just be, doing what they love without the stress … Continue reading INFP, INFJ, What about YOU?
Guys, I been readin'. Actually, I've been listening. Audiobooks. Audiobooks, audiobooks. These are just a few I've listened to in the last year. Small selection. A Mother's Reckoning. This story is told by Sue Klebold. Her son, Eric Klebold, was one of the students involved in the Columbine school shooting in 1999. What an amazing … Continue reading What I’ve Been Reading
I've been reading ALL of the audiobooks lately. What I've noticed.....I love reading self help books. like. self discovery, introspection, thinking- hard thinking. So I'd pull up the search, and switch to audio books. I simply cannot seem to read e books. With the exception of Sarah Wilson's Anxiety book. So i search for audiobooks … Continue reading Audiobooks and Water
The I - is for Introvert. As an introvert my favorite kinds of plans are cancelled plans. I'd rather stay in alone doing a puzzle, watching a movie, listening to an audiobook than go to a social gathering. Sometimes I push this too hard. I'm an introvert, so I recharge with time alone, but that … Continue reading I is for Introvert
You know that feeling when you hear a song you used to love? You jump in the car and turn the radio on and that song you know all the words to just started. Isn't that the best? I've always liked music. As kids my brother and I would call from the backseat of the … Continue reading Pacific Coast Highway
I dropped a heavy bomb on Facebook last week. A pal posted a great video regarding suicide, and before I'd even finished watching it I knew I had something to say. I shared about my depression, and the suicidal thoughts that come with it. I've wanted to share that for a long time. I knew, … Continue reading Droppin’ Bombs