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Looking for something

It’s Monday, the kids have gone back to school after Easter and I loved the time with them, especially when we got away on holiday to my beloved highlands. 547 more words

Mental Health

[May 2013] Negative Thoughts

I’ve read an interesting thought in Kabat-Zinn‘s book “The Mindful Way through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness” . He is writing about the mechanisms of depression, that our problem-solving capabilities can prove ineffective, or rather counter-productive when dealing with feelings, especially with negative feelings. 392 more words

Thoughts And Feelings

Idle Rumination

It started in seventh grade;
Glossed over the foundation.
Picture changed from clear to grain,
Anxious in anticipation.

My name once held a certain caché, 39 more words



I have always had a problem with metaphors. I think in metaphors as if they’re my first language.

Sometimes I say unusual things, because I’m speaking metaphorically. 119 more words



As an introvert, it is a natural, perhaps inevitable, course for me to go inside myself, but I know that is not the way for everyone. 162 more words

Jesus Is Bored

Change the world

Since I’ve been in grad school, I haven’t had much time for blogging. Okay, I haven’t touched my blog.

But this quarter, I’m taking a class called  1,421 more words



Something has switched in me recently. I am beginning to crave true and lasting change. Too long have I remained attached to my past and the feelings of unworthiness that beset me too regularly from my negative experiences. 726 more words