An apology is better late than never
Who are we to put ourselves or others into groups, into categories, based on what we think we know about them and their pain?
Difficult times help you become a better person.
Any suicide is one too many, but the gender gap can’t be ignored.
Get rid of anger with these tips
Eleven women speak.
Don’t hide your scars because the scars you share become lighthouses for other people who are headed to the same rocks you hit.
You are not limited to your thoughts, feelings, perceptions, and behaviors.
Become Your Own Best Friend and give up your past hurts
“You don’t look like you’re in pain. Are you sure you are not just looking for drugs?”
The ability to connect with and help others walk the seemingly impossible path from frustration and fear to purpose, success, and fulfillment.
Things we take for granted, such as eating, sleeping, dressing, walking, laughing, working, and socializing may be lost to a person with chronic pain.
It’s important to remember that frequently people hurt us because they too are in pain or hurting in some way.
The past is a collection of perceived memories that serve to keep us perceptively safe; the future is nothing more than an often hope-filled destination of deliverance or arrival.
Do we handle things the right way or climb down the rabbit hole?
Your future depends on you, and none of your ex’s.