What motivates your writing?
Working through the pain and confusion caused by the link between the broken child inside and the whole woman that I want to be.
Trying to saddle up with and change my patterns of avoidance is no easy task - considering avoidance is what I am best at.
What an unfair world it is, that takes a mother from her child at birth. Leaving a baby girl without the love, warmth, and protection, only a mother can give. No goodnight kisses, no snuggles on the couch, no cooking lessons, or shoulders to cry on. I'll never hear her advice about boys, makeup, or... Continue Reading →
So young; shy; quiet; her voice often lost on the wind. Reserved; withdrawn; lonely; her feelings often ignored. Broken; imperfect; defeated; her sense of self only an essence of what she could have been. Now, like a blooming flower, with the sunlight touching her soul; she will come back to life and recovery will begin.... Continue Reading →
For the last three days, I have been participating in the “Daily Prompt” – an exercise facilitated by The Daily Post blog. The goal of the writing prompt is to show writers that no matter how blank our minds may feel, there is always something in there, just under the surface, waiting for us to... Continue Reading →