Writing Challenge Day 5 - Share some words of wisdom that have stuck with me.
I use these prompts every day when I journal to help myself stay focused and consistent as I record my healing journey.
I've been fighting lethargy all day, thinking about wanting to write but not really having the motivation. That has actually been the theme of my year - thinking about what I want to do but not really having the strength (mentally or physically) to do it. Don't get me wrong - I've had many successes... Continue Reading →
One thing I have always been good at is writing. Of the few memories I have from childhood, I remember clearly the few writing projects I did in school. I've always wanted to be a writer. I am also a natural leader, though I am quite the introvert. Due to my trauma, I do not... Continue Reading →
A survivor I follow on social media posted recently about seeing childhood photos of themselves but not recognizing the child in the photo. Not remembering the hair style, clothing, or even their own figure. I Know That Feeling I've had very similar experiences when looking at photos of myself as a child and not recognizing... Continue Reading →
Wednesday was National Siblings Day. I woke up Thursday to a sweet message from my sister; if not for her, that day would have passed me by unnoticed. Which got me thinking, reflecting, and thus writing. My sister was born right before my 3rd birthday but our parents separated before she was born. She lived... Continue Reading →