I was going to do another one of those easy-breezy end-of-the-year wrap-ups this month. But then life got in the way and things stopped being easy-breezy for a bit. And now I just don’t feel like it anymore. My wrap-up mood is gone, to say the least. Whoosh. In fact, despite all the really cool … Continue reading It’s a Wrap!
I’m a firm believer in second chances. And third chances. And sixty-eighth chances. Even when I’ve been harmed, disrespected or treated in a way that I didn’t deserve. But there comes a time when even I see that it’s time for me to bow out. This doesn’t happen instantly – far from it, actually. It’s … Continue reading Honouring the Process
We’re almost halfway through October and I can’t help but wonder what’s going to happen next – fingers crossed that I didn’t jinx it just now! Although, come to think of it, I’m not sure 2020 could get much more jinxed than it already is. I don’t think I need to go into details, am … Continue reading
Ah, avoidance – my constant companion and nemesis. One of the sources of my frustration and genuine interest at the same time. I used to love playing dodgeball as a kid and I was quite good at it, too. Little did I know that dodging / avoiding was a skill I’d carry with me well … Continue reading Dodgeball in Real Life (AKA Avoidance)
Not too long ago, I went to a party with a few of my girlfriends. I was super hyped to go since I hadn’t been to a party in a while. You may be a little weirded out by the fact that I, an introvert, occasionally enjoy going to a party even though parties usually … Continue reading Musings On Consent
About a year ago, my main text rant buddy introduced me to the notion of attachment theory by recommending an audio book with the title “Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How it Can Help You Find – and Keep – Love” by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller. I was sceptical at first, … Continue reading The Attachment Pandemonium