Monthly Archives: August 2013

Little Miss Assertive

Do you recall the Little Miss Books from the early eighties that were designed to help children learn social skills? I’ve always confused assertive with bossy. And I have a very hard time tolerating bossy people. After learning more about … Continue reading

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Coping With Anger

COPING WITH ANGER As I have talked about in the past, I’m taking DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy) to help me with managing my emotions, coping during stressful times and creating healthy interpersonal relationships. During the session yesterday, we did a … Continue reading

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Some Days Are Just Hard

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It’s true. Some days are hard and they exhaust me. There are days when I absolutely cannot summon the strength to take a shower or make something to eat. The days when the mere…

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Feeling Alone

Do you ever feel like you are all alone, even in a room full of people? Do you too get the ache and pain inside when you feel like you aren’t connected to anyone or anything? This happens to me…not … Continue reading

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Some Days Are Just Hard

It’s true. Some days are hard and they exhaust me. There are days when I absolutely cannot summon the strength to take a shower or make something to eat. The days when the mere act of getting out of bed … Continue reading

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I’m A Survivor

I do know what it’s like to want to die. To feel so overwhelmed with pain and emotion that it literally takes over. My first attempt was in 2007 and I was 33 years old. I had just ended an … Continue reading

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The Outsider

As a child, I often felt like the girl in the picture on the inside but even from a young age I appeared to those around me to be a sociable ordinary child. But my reality was skewed and I … Continue reading

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