It’s not just a word; it’s a way of thinking Some possible emotional wounds or needs that may act as 'receptors' for real or imagined toxicity. Photo by Photo by Susan Wilkinson Toxic has got to be the most used, the most diabolically powerful word of our times. It began with 'toxic masculinity', a term coined … Continue reading How To Use The Word ‘Toxic’ For Personal Therapy
For a world in a hurry, it’s hard to stop. Even the all of two minutes it takes to nuke our dinners seem a lengthy wait. We can’t stop. We must keep going so as not to miss out. But, what if our stopping could be the lifeline that pulls a loved one out of … Continue reading This Valentine’s, Let Your Love Stop
Photo credit: choosingwisdom.org The rant Do not offend meI am them; I am theyI am she; I am heI am known; I am mysteryI am myself; I am not myself I do not know who I am Do not offend meI am ageing; I am youthfulI am ageless; I am growing I’m vibrant; I am … Continue reading Do Not, Offend me
A great deal of angerIs wisping aboutIt’s on the clouds and on the cablesAnd in the open sky It’s even in the sunshineNow blazing, now blindingNow too far away To ignite our smouldering resilienceOr thaw our frosty common sense A great deal of angerIs wisping aboutAgitating restlessnessStirring discontentDecimating our power in the moment What has … Continue reading Has the anger found you yet?