you and me
I am your shoulder, your rock, here for you at the drop of a hat; but I will not burden you with my messiness, my feelings -- especially my pain. I am a codependent partner who bears the agony, the demons and the manipulation of my alcoholic boyfriend.
Why do we believe that we are not in our fullest potential when we are experiencing our human nature of expansion? Why do we judge our cravings for newness as wrong, as if we have somehow failed on our paths if we are not satisfied?
Our power is that deep self-acceptance of living for ourselves. Quit living for someone else, in search of their praise. You’re doing it right -- you’re going to be just fine.
Perhaps I'm a Placitarian: a human being who is very likely to fall in love with a town, city, place or location. The sight of a tree or smell of a flower is always more than I expect. I've never looked at a tree and thought, "Wow, that is so disappointing." Nature always satisfies.
You’ll remember that this path you’re on has no roadmap, and that always, at every step of the way, eventually you’ve saved yourself and all has been well.
He cannot hide his anger now. He tells you you are trying to turn him into a woman, to emasculate him. That you are wrong. That you are unreasonable. That you are a typical woman. That you need to change. That good wives compromise. That you should not feel the way you do. That you are ...
As we now move in between International Women’s Day on March 8th which began in 1909 focused on women’s labor issues and suffrage, and Mother’s Day, a national holiday started in 1914 honoring mothers on the second Sunday in May, let’s focus on appreciating the women in our lives, and the ...
We play imaginary games of hard-to-get, not realizing that when no one else is aware that any such thing is happening, it becomes not so much a game as a fantasy with which we've entangled our minds. Losing ourselves even deeper in the process. We end the relationship before it’s begun. We stay ...