I don't know how to live. Just when I think that I got it, I nose dive. That alone is my own blueprint. Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Sometimes I forget to breathe. There's just too much on my plate. But if my plate was empty, that little demon would have bait. I don't know … Continue reading i don’t know how to live
I ask you, “How do you accept yourself when you do not know how ”? I know that it is extremely easy to become lazy and make excuses to stay as we are. Let’s face it. Move the curtain. Some of us absolutely hate ourselves. We walk thru life with self-hatred burning straight to the … Continue reading Self-Acceptance: What WE Don’t Want to Talk About
Picture yourself standing in front of a door. Give it a color. Is it black? Is it white? Is it medal? Is it made of wood or aluminum? Notice that there is no window to look thru. Now look down. Do you see the door knob? Notice that there is no lock. Nothing barricading the door. … Continue reading A Smart, Conscious Look At What The Door Knob REALLY Does In Our World
This is not one of those times that I am not going to reassure you and comfort you. It will not matter how many times I say the words, “I am sorry” and I am sure if you are anything like me, you do not want to hear “I am sorry”. Then you don’t have … Continue reading Miscarriage: Our Loss, Not Mine.
In a world where conspirators grow and become financially successful, even leaders or influencers, a lot of people are not willing to accept or even understand a person with nothing to hide. When we assume that others are like us, we set ourselves up for failure, abuse, becoming someone’s doormat, building walls, and worst of all… resentment. These boundary issues lead to trust issues. Let me explain why I believe and have lived in my own consequences.
Emotional and physical abuse takes on of many forms. I feel as if I should be walking into a room full of people, taking a seat, and introducing myself. Well, here it goes. “Hi, my name is Katrina, I am 35 years old and today I realized that I have spent most, if not all, of my relationships either being abused or being the abuser”.
Let’s be honest with each other and have a tough conversation. If you or someone you know is suffering from an emotional and/or mental health disorder, please know that you have NEVER been alone.