Emerging to Own Myself Again – Chp 8 Review
The chapter title which spoke to me most was Chapter 8: Emerging to Own Myself Again.
The Lifelong Loss of a Due Date and Still Choosing to Be Ever Upward
August 31st, 2012 The day we dreamed our first child (or children, as we transferred two embryos) were to be born.
When We Become a Mother or Father
A deep knowing breath. The warmth of a soul scar healing just a bit more.
A Buried Treasure of Emerging Seashells
We must practice to use these reminders for us rather than against us. That they are not there to haunt us forever. But, rather to remind us of where we've been and how far we have come.
The Tablespoon of Shame
No matter the tablespoon of shame in our lives, this sense of love and belonging can still be felt by all of us. It is in all of the daily practices we must choose in order to find this for
Mourning What Should Have Been
A significant part of me cringes as I put the word should in the title of this post. As a therapist who works some using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) I have attempted to erase should from my vocabulary. I also
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My mission of Ever Upward has been clear from the very beginning and my purpose in Ever Upward continues to only grow stronger. Because, I write for many reasons; healing, helping, educating
I Am a Mother, a Mother to My Magic
A defining moment for me in this Ever Upward journey was during Elizabeth Gilbert's keynote speech at the Emerging Women Live 2013 Conference in Boulder.
Our Fellow Warriors, True Friends, Limited Supporters, and Incapables
Life is difficult and people are complicated, which means relationships take work and are forever changing.
There Could Still Be a Moment of…
I've been seeing a lot of reflection on 2013 the last few days. And as this is something I think is helpful for everyone to do each year at the New Year and on their birthday, I'm not ready quite