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Longing for swimwear

I’ve been stuck for something to write about over the last couple of weeks. Therapy’s going well, work’s going well, everything’s good and I have nothing to report on. 1,248 more words

On Wreckage and Forgiveness

The ironic thing about forgiveness is that when we truly achieve it, we realize there’s nothing to forgive.  We experience a shift of perspective, a widening of the lens we’ve been looking through.  1,008 more words



In a very surprising turn of events, I was stunned to find a message from Prince Charming in my dating site inbox. I seriously considered not replying, but given my present circumstances (single, with no prospects on the horizon), I thought “Why not?” Fourteen hours after his first message to me, he was standing in my kitchen. 222 more words

Radical Acceptance - A Perfect Opportunity

Over the weekend I was presented with a situation I was not happy about in the slightest!…:

I am currently on a year out of university having spent most of the academic year in hospital. 1,121 more words


Be The Loving Memory People Never Forget

As I was leaving my chiropractor’s office yesterday the doctor asked me, “So, you’re feeling better?”

“Oh yeah,” I said, “When I came home last night my two youngest kids ran to the door to meet me. 450 more words


Not in control

It’s interesting that as children we know we have no real power. We depend on what our parents provide, or don’t, whether materially or emotionally. As we grow up, our desire for autonomy has us believe it possible to be in control, to do what we want when we want etc. 448 more words