We know that it's something we should do on a regular basis... But somehow, we still struggle to understand it and apply it to our own lives, consistently.
You may be feeling anxious or nervous about your first therapy session, and you may not know what to expect from it. Well, I've got you covered (per usual).
Book: Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur Genre: Poetry Readability: 5/5 Length: 208 pages Cost: ~$9.00 on Amazon Overall: 5/5 So I probably haven't read a poetry book since my mom bought me Shel Silverstein's Where the Sidewalk Ends way back in the day. I remember really enjoying reading poetry, too! But I must admit that… Continue reading Ashlei’s Bookshelf: Milk & Honey
I've seen a number of fellow therapists/counselors call themselves "healers", and it never sat well with me for some odd reason. I could never bring myself to identify as one who "heals" people who seek therapy. heal·er ˈhēlər/ 1. a person who claims to be able to cure a disease of injury using special powers 2.… Continue reading I’m a Therapist, NOT a “Healer”.
I've been wearing a combination of pads and tampons since my menstrual cycle began sometime in middle school. Tampons usually during the day and pads normally at night. It wasn't until very recently that I pondered on just how much waste I was producing and how much money I was spending on tampons and pads... I'm… Continue reading Why I Dumped Tampons for a Menstrual Cup
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Everyone who has female reproductive organs should read this book, as well as everyone who does not have female reproductive organs, but cares about someone who does. So basically, everyone should read this book.