Blog / PTSD

  • Thoughts

    Written by: Morgan Blair, Founder and Creative Director Somewhere between 7:15 and 8:06 I found myself in a tailspin of wound-too-tight brain zaps, which left me lying on the floor, wrapped tightly in a blanket, and my fingers counting my pulse. And there among the dirty carpet and snotty tears, I found a flicker – […]
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  • I Ain’t Afraid of No Fear

    Written by: Gracie Mayer, contributing writer  I like to keep it real with myself.  I like to give myself mini check-ins to remind myself that I need to chase goals that bring my soul joy instead of buying whatever society is selling, dictating what I’m “supposed” to do.  I like to ask myself a mini-20 […]
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  • The Monster Under Your Bed

    Written by: Madeline McCallum, contributing writer and blogger at http://madelinesmusing.blogspot.com/?m=1 I’ve always had a complicated relationship with fear. On one hand, fear can be a great motivator for an ambitious, strong-willed person like me who is quick to a challenge in the name of self-improvement. Am I scared of it? Then that means I am going […]
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  • Misconceptions About Self-Compassion

    Written by: Emily Blair, Director of Operations A lot of times when people hear the words self-compassion, they think that it means giving excuses, slacking off, a cop-out, letting yourself off the hook.  Maybe that person is you.  Maybe you read that list nodding your head up and down and internally m-hmmm-ing.   Well, I […]
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  • Soften My Brow

    Written by: Madeline McCallum, contributing writer and blogger at http://madelinesmusing.blogspot.com/?m=1 To be quite honest, lately I have had absolutely no clue how to practice self-compassion. I have felt like a train hurtling forward into infinity, with no end-point in sight and no time to look out the window. How could I nurture myself when I needed […]
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  • The Quiet Victories

    Written by: Emily Blair, Director of Operations Being able to let go is something that I struggle with daily.  There are so many things I hold onto so tightly.  So tight my knuckles turn white and my hand begins to ache.  And the white color becomes the norm.  I forget the color of my skin […]
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