The most important thing I have learned from her is that if you appreciate what you have and focus on the good in life, you will be free to enjoy your blessings.
Indecent Exposure Sometimes writing about my life candidly makes me feel free and empowered. Other times, like now, it makes me feel naked—vulnerable—exposed. I feel like everyone is looking at me and laughing. Why didn't I keep my secrets as my own? Then no one would have the power to use them to hurt me.... Continue Reading →
Shooting Up To Success: My husband is my hero I have made leaps and bounds in my recovery. Not only did I straighten my life out but I have exceeded every personal expectation, finally reaching a peaceful state. There are many cogs that were essential in achieving success. Therapy, hard work, and using my medication... Continue Reading →
A portrait of me as a child that hung on my grandmothers wall The focal point of many therapy sessions, dreams, journal entries and the source of many insecurities, has been "the night my dad went bad". I remember my mom always referring to it as such. I've analyzed the event over and over. I... Continue Reading →