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It’s been hard to stay focused and consistent lately. Balancing the tenderness of my scars with the happiness I deserve has been the hardest part of managing PTSD. Especially when life throws curve balls that trigger trauma responses. Still, I am resilient, I am determined, and I’ve got this Today I’m treating this piece like... Continue Reading →
I've been seeing my therapist for over three years, every week. During this pandemic we meet via telehealth. In this series come along with me through each appointment as I reflect on the session and my progress. I’m Just Tired If it weren't for this series, I probably wouldn't even be writing today. Tonight I... Continue Reading →
“A writer is someone for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people.” -Thomas Mann I've been thinking a lot about what I wrote yesterday; for two reasons. One, I am still struggling against a mind that is resting when I want to be a little bit more productive. Two, I've really... 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 →