Brokenness

"My brokenness is a better bridge for people than my pretend wholeness ever was." ~ Sheila Walsh I tend to be very transparent about many of the experiences I’ve survived. People often question why I am as open as I am. I don’t understand the question because to me there’s no other way to live. I know people who work very hard at putting their past behind them and acting as if they’ve always had it together. I’m still working at getting it together and each day is a process. I often joke that I am a work in progress and that is work and progress at the same time. I spent years pretending that I was doing fine when I wasn’t. I excelled in the workplace, but I would fall apart at home. Only th

Are They Still Toxic?

"Reminder: You don't have to rebuild a relationship with everyone you've forgiven. Just because you are at peace, doesn't mean they're not still toxic." My husband always teases that I hold a grudge like Native Americans hold onto tomahawks. I’ve said before that I don’t find that very funny; I do find it rather accurate however. It wasn’t always easy for me to forgive people but I have gotten much better at it as I’ve gotten older. One of the reasons it was hard for me to forgive is because I always thought forgiveness meant continuing the relationship with my offender. I have been hurt quite often and deeply and I didn’t want to maintain relationships with those who had caused such pain. I

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