Inside An Anxious Mind

I wanted to write about it sooner, but I couldn’t. Admitting that I suffer from anxiety is not something I like doing. I’ve always been considered as a strong, independent woman. And by saying I suffer from anxiety out loud, makes me question this strength and independence.   Despite these feelings, I know it’s okay … More Inside An Anxious Mind

Moving Forward

“Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next. Spend your energies on moving forward toward finding the answer.” – Denis Waitley   When confronted with problems, we tend to obsessively analyse the problem. Especially if you suffer from anxiety. You keep thinking of something that went wrong and you forget … More Moving Forward

Colour Blind

In his times of darkness; his times of heavy rain, he dreamed about her guiding him through the pain.   Drowning in his questions about love and life, while lost in his reality of freedom and own light. No matter the way the compass told him to go, he was blinded by his fear of … More Colour Blind

A Turning Point

There is power in giving, but sometimes we think that giving is limited to money. And I know I’ve been guilty of believing it in the past, which is why I thought I didn’t have anything to give. But I’m happy to say, I was wrong.   Giving isn’t about money. It’s about making the … More A Turning Point