My love is an inexhaustible stream given at birth for me to give away the only power i have the only thing
I have been battling with changing two core beliefs this year. Therapy has helped me to examine my own behavior,
I Am My Own Super Shero (she can’t save me anyway) she aint coming to save me she can’t fix
This is why I am the souls’ poet. I thought my computer was broken because I dropped it on the
“It is mama’s womb that cradled us and the umbilical cord was our life line.”
I couldn’t have been more than three and you were teaching me the abc’s you would tell me to say
Happiness is not just a word in a far away place somewhere in no one’s land happiness now makes perfect
Have you ever fell down and cut your knee? Even if you were a child if the cut was deep I bet the scar is still there. Why is it then, that we expect someone healing from the effects of trauma to just get over it? Telling someone experiencing emotional pain how to heal is in the least arrogant. I pray that anyone that has lacked compassion for this healing journey will never be without sincere loving energy in their time of need. #healingiswork
I have been in codependent relationships that relied on me being disabled in sort of way, be it physical or psychological. We were both needy and dependent. It was not healthy because it enabled dysfunction.
Thank God I am not my feelings. I realized in therapy that one of my core beliefs was “I am not safe”. I am grateful for awareness and the ability to change that belief to “I am always protected by God’s Love. Always. Cognitively I know that I am safe but if triggered I feel as if my life is at stake. Before therapy I would run. After therapy I can use my tools, like grounding, walking, talking, dancing or asking for help when all else fails. Praying and going to church are the most effective when strongholds are at play.