People come with their own set of thoughts and opinions—attempting to find what makes all of those people with all of those different preferences happy is exhausting and often a recipe for disaster.
You may never forget, and you may feel unable to forgive, but you need to find a way to let it go.
You landed that new job? You graduated from college? A narcissistic parent may be happy for you for a fleeting moment, but ultimately the conversation will return to being all about them. It always has to be about them.
We learn so much during our mid to late twenties.
You can’t just get crystals (aka stones) and expect them to work like magic.
You’re suddenly pressured to have your whole entire future planned out.
We just don’t know why we feel the way we do, and we may never know.
Over the years, I’ve heard so many stories from friends and family, true from their heart, in sincere moments when they were most afraid or confused about what is happening to them or in their homes.
You bring out the best in each other, and you motivate each other to stay healthy and stay on track.
Trick-or-Treating has roots dating back to Irish and Scottish practices that occurred on multiple nights leading up to Samhain.