Month: May 2019

This is Our Time: Fast, Fleeting, and Magnificent

This is our time. It will be fast and fleeting, yet magical and magnificent. We will always be moving about, passing by one another, while we occupy the greater space that holds us here with gravity. We were thrust here and pushed into the… Continue Reading “This is Our Time: Fast, Fleeting, and Magnificent”

The Stillness and Separation: The Bird is Nearly Ready for Flight!

The last few years of my life have been messy and difficult. I did not realize it in the beginning, but I was in the process of separating myself and shaping my own identity. I set my intention on healing, but wasn’t able to… Continue Reading “The Stillness and Separation: The Bird is Nearly Ready for Flight!”

A Slippery and Stigmatizing Slope: The Use of Recovery in Managing a Mental Illness

Can we please stop using the word, “Recovery” when talking about mental illness? The use of this word for those who struggle their entire life with a mental illness is damaging. This one small, seemingly insignificant word communicates to others that healing from a… Continue Reading “A Slippery and Stigmatizing Slope: The Use of Recovery in Managing a Mental Illness”