Tag: self-autonomy

Sweaty yet?

Unearthing the Sacred: Melanie Stevens

So, I have a theory. For those of us who may be aware of many of the things that have gotten censored on FB and Instagram in recent months in regards to our vaxxed status, some of those significant topics are detrimental to our… Continue Reading “Sweaty yet?”

Offense Justification

Unearthing the Sacred: Melanie Stevens

Let’s talk JK Rowling. This subject has been on my mind since the day of her latest tweet that garnered international attention as highly offensive and bigoted. Honestly, I agree with her that the world’s gone mad. That’s evident in how her tweets have… Continue Reading “Offense Justification”

Enmeshment Trauma

Hands gripping fence

When a narcissistic individual believes ownership of others is their right, enmeshment trauma becomes inevitable, which leaves victims bereft of their own identity, guidance system, and freedom.

voice

sign

You know that feeling like you’ve been wearing a leaded vest and then one day, you just decide to take it off? Yah, that feeling. The feeling of lightness that almost sends the body and mind into an apoplectic fit. I’m having one of… Continue Reading “voice”

Mission Statement

Pendulum

Sometime in my twenties, I wrote a mission statement. I found it. Surprisingly I still like it and do my best to adhere to it, though I’d strike commandment #6, mainly due to the word “ought.” That one’s right up there with “should.” Follow… Continue Reading “Mission Statement”