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Backwards In Oder To Move Forwards

One of the things that helped me greatly to ‘hate’ myself was to put my own worth on other’s hands, which was to sustain it by their reactions towards my words and behaviors. 377 more words



Looks like I’m back again, back to the topic of identity and self-worth. This post is going to be a bit rambly and personal – I still can’t get my thoughts to align clearly in my head. 2,127 more words


Being Here with All That Matters

It can take a lifetime to realize your true worth. Sometimes I still feel I am on the verge of determining what, exactly, that is. Most of the time, despite self-doubts that knock around in my head at inconvenient times, I have a handle on it. 2,015 more words

Lonely and Gorgeous

I too know how it feels to be lonely and gorgeous. I get told I’m gorgeous almost everyday. I am writing this because the emotions have gotten to be too much and writing is the only way I know how to deal with my feelings sometimes. 158 more words


"Fear & Excitement: Both Can Elicit The Same Physical Response"

Sometimes the feelings of being scared and excited can elicit the same physical response in our bodies.

When new challenges and opportunities show up in our lives, we may diagnose ourselves as feeling scared when what we really feel is excited. 362 more words

Finding Peace

Don't do it for the likes...

The topic of acceptance has been something that has been on my heart a lot recently. It has mainly related to my blog and Instagram page. 419 more words

The Self Absorbing One Day Challenge

I have a simple, but risky proposition for you that I hope you take to heart and do the challenge. You must let others such as family and friends know when you are about to take on the challenge, so that there are no distractions from the challenge. 267 more words