Day 69 (teehee) of 365: throwing out the eraser

“I’m totally closed off to you right now,” I said to my therapist. “Okay,” she said, in her normal, allowing tone. She lightly smiled in the way that she does when she’s excited that I’m expressing distaste (because that’s a challenge for me–to tell someone they’ve pissed me off). “Last week, I was in here… […]

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Day 45 of 365: how limiting beliefs are created

Right. So. I got on a roll with this doodle…. And then realized I had spent two hours on it and had only JUST SCRATCHED THE SURFACE of this topic. And then my doodle pen stopped working. Which is fine. Because… Sleep is important. So. Here is the BEGINNING of the lesson about limiting beliefs, […]

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Day 43 of 365: the challenge of feel-good emotions

  My doodle pen+pad just stopped working, so now we’re on to the written word portion. I’m learning that I had never really allowed myself to fully feel into these states of being. I’d experience them in short spurts, and would quickly close my heart off to them… (Because if I don’t feel good, then […]

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Day 37 of 365: it has nothing to do with you.

This is a beautiful lesson I’ve recently learned:¬†everyone else’s reactions have nothing to do with me. Even if I do an awkward dance and someone says, “You look stupid.” That has nothing to do with me. If someone looks at me and says, “You’re sexy.” That has nothing to do with me. Now, there’s a […]

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