Category Archives: Interview With A Mirror
Yesterday I had a fantastic day. An unexpected, hard-and-good-wrapped-up-in-one day, because I went to a special playdate at Havi’s Playground! Of course. I spent a precious several hours with a small group of lovely local Rally-grad people, in the quiet, … Continue reading
Hello, Left Hip. What’s up? I had a dream about you last night. Nope, not that kind of dream (ooh la la!). The kind that’s more like a message. In it, I could picture a long cord of tendon, reaching … Continue reading
How am I feeling? Pretty good — recovered from my cold! But not at home or at rest in my physical self — that is the important thing. (Ahh. It feels so good to admit that!) What is not comfortable? … Continue reading
My my, I let my Vacationing in the scenic Doldrums post linger for so long without an update, I started to get antsy…especially because not long after I posted it, I took an especially zoom-y trip right out of the … Continue reading
Taking a cue from Havi (who I am inclined to nominate for the honorific Havi The Apt, because what she writes is always just that: apt!), today I’m exploring some stuckness using these two questions that she used recently: What … Continue reading
In which I talk about imaginary obligations towards fixing pain (ha!) and have a dialogue with myself about a particularly sad bit of stuck. Continue reading
Coming up later this week I have a minor medical procedure…something that I knew I needed to think about carefully and clearly this week. As it so happens, said careful and clear thinking didn’t happen until today, when I realized I’d been sitting around all day worrying and not acknowledging the worry. Emergency clarity needed! Ack! So I sat down to have a conversation with myself. Continue reading
In my last Very Personal Ad I wanted to bring some more clarity and flow to my work life, something that’s been suffering lately. For various suck-ful and stuck-ful reasons. Yesterday (Monday!) I was going to try to build a … Continue reading
How do I take care of myself when I am in pain and having trouble managing my mental health and still have to take care of a child?
Furthermore, how do I do that when that mental health state comes along with the hard-to-shake belief that I am unworthy of help?
After thinking about these all night, and most of today, I had some thoughts to bring back to the cozy interview we left yesterday… Continue reading