Giving versus Taking. 🙏🏽Why have I waited so long to art facilitate to children on a more REGULAR basis? Because I needed to be ready and in a mature grieving space that was healthy about not having children. I make a point when I chose a partnership to collaborate that I have done the (professional) […]
👣 My Feet 👣“My feet are rooted in the earth. I am deeply grounded. The earth has been my best friend since I was born. I have protected her at all costs. She knows this so she sends me vibrations of life. I appreciate all the abundance by spreading her gospel of sustainability. She knows
The Art of Juxtaposition. How have I handled so much loss my entire life? I feel the pain of loss. I process it in some creative way or receive(ed) psychodramatic/EMDR therapy. Then I am able to lean into it in a more gentle way for myself. I have accepted and learned how to stop asking
“Research has shown that children with cerebral palsy (CP) are at a higher risk of developing cancer and other potentially life-altering conditions. Fortunately, resources are available. If your child with cerebral palsy has also been diagnosed with cancer, learn how Cerebral Palsy Guide may be able to help. Yes, there is a link between cerebral
Life and Death…one thing I know for sure is that if I die tomorrow, no one and nobody will ever not know how I feel about them or where I stand with them and they with me. It’s a generational and cultural game changer for me and my health. And I am grateful for that.
Honoring women today who have lost a child or children in anyway. Society makes it hard to be childless as we don’t travel the same path as other women. But let me make it clear that for some women this is a hard road because society treats childless women different. There is tremendous silence around
🦋 Time Just Stops Sometimes for Motherless Daughters 🦋 I lost my mother at 26 and in the book “Motherless Daughters,” author Hope Edelman breaks down the age at which you lost your mother and the impacts it has at each stage of your life. You are not alone.Some of us don’t have our mothers
Lucky 13 and 10. I’ve spent the last 13 years of my life battling, beating and fighting over cancers to be healthy and happy. It’s a full time job, especially since chondrosarcoma came into my life in 2013. I thought fighting and beating triple negative was hard, and it was hard. But primary bone cancer,