If I wasn't consistently getting closer to being better, then I wasn't getting closer to being better at all.
Little t traumas happen all the time, and sometimes they can have a serious, lasting impact on who we are as people.
Having a shame-based personality means that, at my core, I truly believe that I am a bad, unlovable person.
Without acknowledging why we are all so afraid, we cannot access our hope.
I can't help but feel like I'm doing something terribly wrong.
I have a really hard time letting go of my excessive control over my impulses, and it makes it hard to just be a person.
I've heard this saying a lot, and I really like the idea of it, but actually doing it...that's another story.
When it comes to my anger, one of my best tools is actually Dungeons and Dragons.
Yep, I've officially started falling behind on BEDS.
Anxiety is a hydra. It has many heads and trying to narrow it down to just one is a gross oversimplification that will only deter you from truly understanding/defeating it.