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Therapy While Walking on the Trails

Want to take a walk? Contact Meg to get started with Walk and Talk Therapy. 706-372-1772 or email therapy@meghanharbin.com
Even though it’s nearly May in Georgia, the air was cool and damp, thick with mossy scents of forest and mud. 89 more words

random thoughts 4/28/17

Here are the art supplies I bought and the beginning of my creation. It’s helping me be forgiving to myself as I want to be critical but I tell myself I’m not naturally artistic. 158 more words

Just Beyond the Veil...

I’m not sure if it was the rain that woke me up or the fact that I couldn’t breathe, but whatever it was I’m awake now and I know sleep won’t come again tonight. 526 more words



Please welcome first-time contributor Bon, a single parent in her thirties living in the Dandenong Ranges of Victoria, Australia. Bon has been living with Bipolar Disorder her entire adult life, and engages in a variety of creative pursuits, including drawing, drumming, writing, and fashion design, as a way to bring healing, meaning and fulfillment to her life. 221 more words


Orange essential oil may help alleviate PTSD and Anxiety

Published on Apr 26, 2017

We review the recent study” Orange essential oil may help alleviate post-traumatic stress disorder ” in regard to how just the scent could potentially assuage PTSD symptoms in humans… 38 more words


Grounding Cauliflower Apple Soup 

My instructor was talking just the other day about how she defines foods in two separate categories: “noisy” (inflammatory, irritating, disruptive) and “quiet” (peaceful, nourishing, easy to digest). 366 more words



I can pinpoint all the scars on my body to an exact time or place or implement. I know which lies I told and the looks on the faces that accompanied them. 29 more words