Category Archives: identity

Defying The Grooming: Showing Up As A Rebel of Presence

Throughout our lives, we get groomed to be acceptable to others: our parents, our teachers, employers and society at large. For those with lived experience with grief, mental health challenges, chronic disease or abuse, the stakes are even higher.  We … Continue reading

Braggart!

“Tell me a little about yourself.” Tongue tied, sweaty palm, raspy voice “Who Me?” So much to tell, so little to share Do I dare to unlock the box To take pride in it all, even the rocks? Braggart! Liar! … Continue reading

The Mirror Dialogues

The Creation – Installment 2 via The Mirror Dialogues.  

Inherit The Wind

Inherit The Wind Longing inspires many things – stories, poems, songs, journeys and from time to time – leaps into the vast unknown.  Longing gnaws, knocks and batters the heart and mind until the only thing left is change or … Continue reading