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Small breakdown

I’ve been on the verge of crying since yesterday. Somehow I cannot cry. The swirl of negative thoughts suffocates me. My heart beats fast.

Just as I thought I was about to calm down, finally on the right path to self-finding, I suddenly started to feel exhausted and hopeless. 311 more words

Wild Women Usually Don't Get The Blues

The Story of Allerleirauh and Her Cloak

Dave:  Allerleirauh is one of my favorite fairy tales. It is a bit long and difficult to summarize. I think of it is a story about the inaccessible in-depth dynamic complexity of women. 2,043 more words


Quickfix to a Heartbreak

Lost someone dear or lost a match? Suffered a messy breakup or had a bad day at office? It’s heartbreaking right?

Heartbreaks often lead us towards depression. 325 more words


Jealousy & Suffering

Most of us deal with jealousy in some form, and when it comes up, it’s never pretty.

It might be jealousy when your boyfriend seems interested in someone else, or when one of your best friends becomes close with someone else, or when your parents give a lot of attention to your sibling, or when other people are having more fun than you. 905 more words


It Took 4 Days (14,000 Views)

It took 4 days! I am gobbsmacked – when I am more active upon my blog site the more lovely visitors I have.

Thank you to those have read my blogs so far, hello to the usual readers & welcome to the newcomers. 168 more words


Blogging about your own life is hard

This might seem like a really obvious thing to say, but blogging so openly about my own life with cerebral palsy is hard.

One of the most important things about this blog for me is that I keep as honest as possible. 658 more words

041: Uncovering Techniques (Part 3) — The What-If Technique

Uncovering (and Facing) Your Deepest Fears

In this podcast, David and Fabrice discuss the third uncovering technique called the “What-If” Technique, developed by the late Dr. 195 more words