September 19. 2017 He says, “We should do lunch”. She responds thinking sure, why not. She repsonds with an “Ok, what about this weekend?” He responds back, “Weekdays are better. Too many errands on the weekends.” She reads the response. Scuffs. She thinks to herself how easy it was for her biological father to … More Bio Blank Thoughts
Dedicated to my counsellor. There is a book. A child’s book. Called “Are you my Mother”. One morning, the day felt heavy. A trigger started to spin in her head. It became louder…and LoUdEr…and LOUDER… She thought of her mother. She thought of the book. Where the baby animal goes to all different animal mothers … More Trauma is but a Sentence
Everyone grows up. Everyone grows up differently. Everyone grows up learning different lessons that shape who they become (to a certain extent). In some cases, some people need to re-learn the lessons they learned as a child in order to become the person their heart whispers to them that they truly are. *** I grew … More My Journey with Traveling: Re-learning what I was Taught.
A reflection I wrote apx. 2-3 years ago. Articles of Clothing Over the last 6 months or so, I have donated over 6 garbage bags of clothing. Yesterday night, I went through my closet and again, donated another 3 bags. As I have been doing this. Many thoughts have gone through my mind. Frustration with … More My Journey with Articles of Clothing
We’ve all been there. That moment where someone says or thinks something that is not completely true – and they blame you, when all else around them seems hopeless. Maybe, because blaming you is the only hope they have left. Whether it is a client, a friend, or in this particular case – a biological … More Letting Go of Their Reality
Dear Bio-Mom, Today is the day where my FaceBook and Twitter fill up with “Happy Mother’s Day” statuses. I have had a long journey with this day. From looking at the Hallmark cards and not knowing which one to buy you, because none of them really said what I needed them to, to not looking … More Dear Bio-Mom: 10 years after Foster Care