Check out r/WholesomeMemes (where I found this comic from False Knees) for a tiny corner of happiness and kindness on the internet. Advertisements
Ally sat down with me to talk about mental health labels, gender labels, and even labeling emotions. https://youreingoodcompanycom.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/dont-label-this-w_-ally.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
Not to be a weird plant lady but I am way too a little obsessed with my plants. It brings me a lot of joy to watch them grow and change over time.
For a long time healing from trauma and traumatic events included telling victims/survivors to forgive the perpetrator. Forgive what happened, let it go, and move on. Every time I heard this advice I wanted to scream, how dare someone tell me that I need to forgive what someone did, especially if they have faced no repercussions […]
“Change is inevitable. No matter if it’s good or bad, change is one of the few things in life you can always rely on. Don’t fear it, but feel reassured – you won’t live the same life all along.” -t.k.
My friends are amazing, truly breathtaking through and through.
Alli and I cover a lot and laugh through almost all of it, even when we probably shouldn’t be. Listen to the two of us chat about her experience with getting diagnosed, holding stress in her stomach, and working with her new favorite therapist.
The healing power of my plants has almost nothing to do with some hippie new wave plant aura idea (but I don’t necessarily doubt it).
“When you look at your life and feel at peace because of changes you’ve made, that’s recovery.” -Anonymous
Gretchen Rubin’s book Better than Before gave me a radically new perspective on why I fail to develop habits and how to change that.