Genny Ross-Barons left her job and life in Canada to move to the Caribbean Island of Roatan where seasons don’t exist, time has a surreal quality and living a life of “Just Being” is possible.
Mary Rose explores how we fight so hard for the right to carry our baggage. Clinging like lost and lonely children to emotions from the past; clinging so hard out of fear of who we would have to be without it.
A writer ponders her loathing of the expression “It is what it is” as she decides what it really is and what it’s definitely not.
There may be more than meets the eye to the people around us. Peg Ainsley takes an eye-opening look at what is invisible to most of us, and the impact.
Emotionally I’m so far along my healing path, intellectually and spiritually too. It’s only in my physical body that I have major healing left to do. It’s so weird to be ready to jump into life full force, with all the passion and spirit that comes with being On The Other Side. So many doors are opening for me, so many opportunities are coming my way to finally live the complete life of my dreams. And yet I’m still held back, this time by my physical body.
A mom finds revitalizing ‘me-time,’ and away from the house and kids, on her weekly Sacred Saturday Sanity Savour.
A woman who is abused by her father remembers the first time she felt strong enough to fight back, and as the memories emerge the pieces of the puzzle seem to fall into place — but will the puzzle ever be complete?
There’s no need to wait for special days to make a change or start something new; any day is a great time to reduce stress, make a new intention, or start towards a new goal. Life begins now.
Thriving On the Other Side continues with therapy to gain insight into the childhood abuse she suffered and begins to ask why her mother turned away from the truth.
After the suicide of her grandfather, our writer remembers her previous attempts at suicide, and how she came to a place where she can and does talk about it, despite the shame she feels.