Posts Tagged: self growth
There is this moment in sadness, while we’re sulking or after we’ve finished crying, when our mind clears & all the bad things that “make us feel better” come to mind. I use the phrase “make us feel better” loosely
This morning, I woke up to 2 quotes on my Facebook page. One about love, the other about New York. I’ve been sick in bed for about 3 days now, so they both got to me quickly. I miss home.
“I was someone with a broken heart and that’s all I had interest in being. I didn’t want to be recovered and single. Boring. That means I’ve officially been forgotten. I wanted to be the person unraveling at the seams.
In the course of the last year, it’s not only the writing that has provided me with growth, but it’s also from the responses and feedback that I have received. One writes because one has an innate desire to unwind
So check it out—for the first time in my life, I have a boss and clients that I love. Yes, folks. It’s been a long road, but I finally on my way to “making it.” Unlike the Olsen twins, it