I know guys who turn away from the conversation about feelings and mental health. It makes them twitch and feel uncomfortable. It also makes them defensive and they quickly deflect the conversation. I used to be that guy too.
Over the years I’ve grown to learn about my subconscious and raising awareness is my roadmap to healing.
When I feel a little off, I find it terribly difficult to motivate myself into doing anything constructive.
The term “walking on eggshells” is often used when there’s a feeling of caution or fear being around someone who might appear threatening.
I should have listened to my stomach… I had a bit of a stomach ache tonight, but I still insisted on having this sweet and delicious root beer float after dinner. That rich vanilla taste melting together with the root beer is purely bliss. How could I resist? Sip after sip, spoonful after spoonful IContinue reading “When to say no to Ice Cream Floats and a Lesson in Listening to your Pain.”