moon healers

This one is devoted to my moon healers—those beautiful humans who have unknowingly played a part in my healing. ❤  I’ve found that the deeper the connection is, the deeper you burrow into my mind and heart, so the more intense the triggers are. It’s not fun to feel hurt/sad/heartbroken, but experiencing that has brought … Continue reading moon healers

To my 20 year old self.

To my 20 year old self. Loving someone never requires you to give up on yourself. You never, ever have to chase love. Love does not play games. If they are right for you, they will declare how they feel about you openly and honestly—no matter how hard it is for them to be vulnerable. … Continue reading To my 20 year old self.

You can still be in love and move forward.

The term “getting over someone” does not resonate with me. The way I hear this phrase being used nowadays comes across as more of a defence mechanism, rather than it being a sign of someone having actually healed. To me, it sends the message that you no longer care about them, and that they are … Continue reading You can still be in love and move forward.

Thick skin.

“Millions of people have decided not to be sensitive. They have grown thick skins around themselves just to avoid being hurt by anybody. But it is at great cost. Nobody can hurt them, but nobody can make them happy either.” – Osho. After experiencing hurt and betrayal repeatedly, the walls around me grew higher and … Continue reading Thick skin.

Exercise: Setting boundaries & moving forward

Do you feel like it's really hard to move forward from someone you love? There is a part of you that wants them, and is still in love, but there is another part of you that knows that they are not right for you. The mind can be a mess sometimes. Thoughts and memories will … Continue reading Exercise: Setting boundaries & moving forward

Enemies or teachers?

Without a doubt, the greatest teachers in my life have been those individuals who stir my feelings up and trigger me like no tomorrow. The more they trigger me, the more they unknowingly encourage me to look inwardly and question why it is I respond that way. I've also noticed that two people can say/do the … Continue reading Enemies or teachers?