Quiet Time

*TW: Self-care for Mental Health My Quiet Time is an essential part of my self-care routine. I will admit that I heard the term when I was still a part of the church. Because of my past associations with it, I avoided it for a long time. I don’t see Quiet Time as a religiousContinue reading “Quiet Time”

The Journal Process That Changed Me

*TW: Mental Health Journaling isn’t for everyone. For a long time, I thought that journaling wasn’t for me. I tried over and over throughout the years, but it never stuck. If you had mentioned journaling, I might even have rolled my eyes. Far too often, I started a journal and then ripped pages out (orContinue reading “The Journal Process That Changed Me”

Confronting Our Shadows

I’ve had a couple of conversations with friends recently, regarding Shadow work. You may already be familiar with this term, or it might be brand new to you. This year, especially, we are being brought face to face with our Shadows. I doubt that many people would disagree when I say, that 2020 has beenContinue reading “Confronting Our Shadows”

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