Taking a Trip to Face the Shadow

I am not at all unclear about my failings in the visit to Pittsburgh, but aI almost feel it’s for the best and it certainly taught me much about myself.  I didn’t embody or act on my own intentions to communicate openly and confidently what I did or didn’t want or expect. A part of…

03.24.2017

I really enjoy observing and hearing from this man. That’s a problem. Red flags are flapping and flying in abundance, but there’s also much that has what seems like gravitational pull upon me. I hear the call of his shortcomings as much as his attributes and must consistently remind self to disregard expectations and attachments…

Shadow Work: Meeting Our Needs in a Dark Place

Prompt: What are some ways you go about getting your needs met? Are these practices healthy? Do they help or hinder your growth? What are some needs that are not being met or how could you change your behavior to meet all your needs in a more healthy way?

9/23 7:52 a.m. 

Wind blows me daily.  Sun counts all our days alike. Still, I can’t let go. 

When You’re An Introvert

You grow accustomed to solitude because it feels like home.  It has nothing to do with shyness. A moment of seclusion is like a down pillow upon which you rest, the place you retreat to to learn about and hide from yourself and the rest of the world. When you want to let someone in,…

AWWJE: Patterns & Personalities

Journaling Prompt: Brainstorm a list of circumstances and people surrounding your recurring pattern. For example, do you tend to attach yourself to “the wrong kind of person”, when you’re scared and insecure, or happy and unguarded? What was happening in your life just before and after each occurrence. Circle(I’m coloring them) surrounding circumstances that seem…

Catullus 85

I hate and I love. Perhaps you ask why I do this? I do not know but I feel it happen and I am torn apart.