It’s okay if you become frustrated. It’s okay if you don’t understand how my mind goes to these dark places. It’s okay if you cannot relate to me. It’s okay. I know I am hard to handle. I know I’m unpredictable and emotional and hard. Love me anyway.
The Four Foundations of Mindfulness are based on the Satipatthana Sutta, one of the most important and widely studied discourses in Buddhism.
I wish that OCD could be more like the stigma, just some quirky trait that is just a trait, but it is not. It’s debilitating.
I’m not going to let it ruin my life, or control it. My life is my own regardless of the circumstances.
You are not broken. And despite feeling like your body is your enemy…in reality, your body is constantly trying to protect you, take care of you, and save your life!
Dating now is more unfulfilling than ever, and mostly, just serves as a painful reminder of the worst experience of my life.
I challenge you to stop asking, “What are you?” and start asking, “Who are you?”
The road to feminism is simple: it’s about awareness.
You’re allowed to not be okay, as long as you don’t stop along the way and decide getting back up isn’t worth it.
Put some change in that tip jar— even if it’s just a nickel.