Tag: Love

The Space Left Behind

Life changes. Sometimes you rail against these changes, denying them and fighting them. Trying to bargain and trade to get back whatever it is you’ve lost. I have found myself in this space. Begging for second chances, swearing I’ll change myself to fit a… Continue Reading “The Space Left Behind”

Radical Acceptance

What struck me today was the importance of radical acceptance, of the ability of accurately seeing whatever lurks before and within me, and accepting it for what it is. Not dressing it up in niceties or false hope; but holding it in my arms, feeling it in my body, moving through it, and letting it go.

Emotional Exposure

Emotional exposure is terrifying. I can’t be the only one that does everything in my power to attempt to control it? To refine, diminish, and play small in order to avoid potential pain In order to regulate vulnerability? Something wonderful comes into my life… Continue Reading “Emotional Exposure”

I Used to Leap

There used to be a time when we called for someone to catch us with no fear or trepidation. A time when we were filled with wild abandon. We trusted completely in the fact that the one we called to would catch us. We… Continue Reading “I Used to Leap”

To Be Found

I don’t want to lose myself, I want to be found.

The Lesson

True meaningful connection, I believe – friend – can only happen when people are able to show up as authentic versions of themselves, ready to let go of any sort of need of other to fulfill or satisfy any inner shortcoming or longing.

Losing Your Leaves

There is a wonderful feeling in calling people and things into your life which encourage you to bloom.

But, what happens when you feel yourself starting to wither and the signs arrive telling you that it’s time to let something go?

What Love Looks Like

To be loved by someone who looks at me with pride and amazement, whose hands have an irresistible urge to touch and caress me, whose love is so clear and tangible that I am left with no doubts, and am thus able to live without the fear of rejection, or of not being good enough — because with every look and touch I’m told;

You’re special, I choose you.

Cravings

One of the most basic needs we have as human beings is connection. We want to know and be known. Not just for how we make others feel, but for who we are – deep inside.

A Lesson

Don’t turn those people meant to be in your life to teach you a lesson turn into a lifetime.