Reblog: Question of the Day: “How do I stay grounded?”

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The act of grounding your energies and staying in vibrational alignment is an important function. Grounding can happen in a number of ways. Generally, I practice one or more of these methods weekly, but during these trying times, I find that I must up my vibrational game, so I ask myself (as well as some … Read more

Reblog: Good love is “boring”

Bad love is erratic I just finished reading Samantha Irby’s “We Are Never Meeting In Real Life” (recommended, obvs), and in it she talks about her relationship by saying, “I’m in love and it’s boring.” Right on, sister. Too often, we think love is supposed to be manic People celebrate “losing themselves,” and “falling” for … Read more

Reblog: The Waiting Game

We’re all waiting for something. All things will come to the person who waits, provided they know what they’re are waiting for. My advice, never keep anyone long and don’t wait too long. Waiters and quitters have just a slight difference but a common end. Waiting for the movie to start before eating your popcorn … Read more

Reblog: International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Men: 25 November

“In the run up to International Women’s Day last week, the Diversity Council of Australia (DCA) published a list of 8 common myths about workplace sexual harassment. One of these myths is the belief that sexual harassment only happens to straight women, when in reality it happens to people of all genders and sexual orientations. … Read more

Reblog: What Is… Nonsuicidal Self-Injury

In this series, I dig a little deeper into the meaning of psychology-related terms. This week’s term is nonsuicidal self-injury. Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) is a fancy way of saying self-harm behaviour that differentiates it from suicidality. Cutting and burning are the most common methods, but there are a variety of other methods people use, including … Read more

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