This has somehow devolved into a therapy blog which wasn’t really my intent. But the point is that being aware of my emotions, noticing when I’m suddenly having a mood or difficult time in a movie, it is very insightful to ask why it might be so.
Accept yourself for who you are, because who you are is just the right experience, enthusiasm, energy, and stamina for who you are today, and who you are today is amazing.
There is a distinct difference between doing something because you want to as opposed to doing something because you have to.
no matter how difficult, tedious or convoluted it might seem, I know that she has done more.
when you see it, when you put a face on that demon, when you actually stand up to it, you will realize that your demon is a whimpering coward playing at being a monster. And on your side, you have a lot of people who love you, and that includes me.
These young elephants are held in place with a rope, you guessed it, on its rear leg. As babies, these elephants, as human children will do, test their boundaries. They’ll pull on the ropes, struggling to free themselves. I’m assuming they don’t physically harm themselves in the attempt, but they do learn the futility of the effort. As adults, elephants do not test these ropes because they’ve learned their lesson
“French kissing” is kissing with tongue play, caressing tongues, inserting them into each other’s mouth, just all kinds of things that when described in a blog like this one sounds completely repulsive and inappropriate during a pandemic. Still, though, French Kissing is just, oh gawd, it’s just amazing. I think. At least if memory serves. I mean, it has been a very long time
Yes, that’s me. I’m nobody. I was born a nobody, I lived life as a nobody, I have always been a nobody, I am still a nobody and no doubt, I will die a nobody.
I heard the absolute cutest, tiniest sweetest little voice say “hi.” I looked around, seeing nothing
If you feel as if therapy might help you, I encourage you to seek it out. The hardest part is just making that first call, reaching out and taking the first step.