Oh, by all that is good in this world.
I’ve had a night and a half.
I had to go run errands. I needed to mail a short story, buy two birthday gifts, and buy some Styrofoam balls for a school project. 606 more words
It happened again.
I blew it all out of proportion AGAIN.
I turned a molehill into a mountain AGAIN.
I forgot that this person had been moving earth and all to please me for months…at the thought that he was ignoring me, I didn’t stop to ask him to be sure if he was, I didn’t stop for a minute to try and be rational about it all, I didn’t stop to ponder on the fact that someone who loved me as much as he did would never ignore me… 689 more words
Living in a heavily polarized world feels so challenging to me a lot of the time, as I’m sure it must for others. For probably about two decades now, I’ve felt that it was necessary to try to be as “defined” as possible, even though this “definition” might, ironically, come in the form of molding myself to the expectations and preferences of others! 1,647 more words
Innovative Counseling Conference Keynoter Robin Karr-Morse’s research on early emotional trauma provides an often overlooked foundational explanation for the multitude of issues students encounter each day. 522 more words