In the spring of 2003, I was blissfully pregnant, working on my art degree and living a wildly creative life. ┬áHome life was easygoing and marriage was fun. Life was not perfect, but it was pretty great. I had balance. Then Mia was born, and suddenly I was not a student, wife, artist, or individual... Continue Reading →

When it hurts

We have all experienced trauma of varying degrees. ┬áDepending on our sensitivity levels, our coping mechanisms, and our awareness, these traumas affect each of us in unique ways. In some, they cause us to attract partners that hurt us, turn us into addicts of drugs, work or exercise, give us health problems, or make us... Continue Reading →

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