The Wrong Damn Thing | Stop Saying This Now

Just a heads up, I think this will be a controversial post. I don’t mean it to. But alas, while everyone became focused on not being “soft” or “overly sensitive” we lost so much insight into compassion and empathy. We’re all guilty of “saying the wrong thing” from time to time. That said, saying theContinue reading “The Wrong Damn Thing | Stop Saying This Now”

Unshouldering – Heart Dump

A vulnerable open letter. This post straddles a place between rant and open letter, hopefully more the latter. It’s a heart dump. I’m not entirely sure why I’m writing it except for the fact that last night something started to change. So I am sharing it with you. Yesterday, on a crisp fall evening, IContinue reading “Unshouldering – Heart Dump”

Your “Hard Life” Is Your Gift | Why some people’s lives are harder than others – What you need to read today

Why are some people’s lives objectively harder than others? Yes, “everyone has their shit,” but still, since the dawn of time this question has plagued philosophers, clergymen, doctors, artists, and yes, even us mere mortals. I myself have looked at those around me and pondered this great mystery. But isn’t it funny. The answer isContinue reading “Your “Hard Life” Is Your Gift | Why some people’s lives are harder than others – What you need to read today”

VIDEO BLOG – Mental Health & Relationships | From getting ghosted to finding love, how to navigate the messy bits

Today I’m talking all things love. When, how, if ever to discuss your mental health within the context of a romantic relationship is, well, confusing. There’s no blue print to follow on navigating the conversation with a love interest, whether new, after a few dates, or even after a few years. That said, I’ve assessedContinue reading “VIDEO BLOG – Mental Health & Relationships | From getting ghosted to finding love, how to navigate the messy bits”