Tag: mental health

Does enjoying horror movies make me a bad person?

I’ve been pondering my upbringing recently. Especially after purchasing this awesome I love horror blanket. I grew up watching Disney and Horror movies. Friends even refer to me as a real life Disney fairy princess, that’s how much I’m known for my love of these movies. If I believe what everyone says about these movies

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It’s only today

Today I’m in my shit Today I don’t feel worthy Today I don’t feel like showing up Today I don’t feel like it matters if I show up Today all my shit is on the surface Today I’m in a fuck you mood Today my stomach is turning Today the tears are falling Today the

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To the girl I was then – I forgive you

To the girl I was then – I forgive you. I forgive you for believing that you didn’t matter. I forgive you for thinking that what you had to say wasn’t worth other people listening. I forgive you for thinking you needed to be perfect to help anyone else. I forgive you for the things

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Remember

When I was on a call to discuss about becoming a facilitator for a collective there was a moment that bought tears to my eyes. That moment was when she was describing the moment someone is coming out of their darkness and we get to witness that freedom in their eyes, the realization that they

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Sovereignty

If you had asked me 10 years ago what I think people might remember me for I never in a million years would have thought someone would think of the word Sovereignty when it came to me. For years I gave away the power over myself to everyone else. You want to have sex with

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Sisterhood is magic

Held. Received. Turned on. The 3 things that came to my mind this weekend after experiencing two of my beautiful sisters in their magic. As I lay there receiving their magic, which is literally the only way to describe them in their powers, I came to massive realizations. One being I am so held and

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Allowing it all

I never used to allow myself to experience the full range of emotions. I ignored it when I needed to cry. I held it in when I needed to yell. I kept my mouth shut when I wanted to disagree. I stuffed so many emotions down inside me because if they weren’t happiness then I

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Me + Integration

Recently I was going through the biggest integration experience I’ve ever felt. My entire body had aches and pains along with the most horrible migraines and I just did not want to human anymore. But I allowed it all. I didn’t shame myself for feeling the things I was feeling. I knew they were just

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