A painting of a mom and her baby.

It’s January and little do I know it but I am about to embark on the most angsty journey of my life so far. I am 27 years old and just found out I am pregnant for the second time. I should be ecstatic and I am. However, reality sets in and I can feel […]

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An abstract, black and purple, painting.

I watched the machine pump life into her body and listened to the hypnotic undulations of the respirator as it plunged her lungs in and out. Like watching the movements of something solid begin to breathe after two hits of acid, I was held, mesmerized in disbelief. This was definitely a bad trip and I […]

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An absract painting of a white cirlce and a red line which kind of looks like sperm approaching an egg.

Many infertile couples have had to set aside their dream of having children. What is the best response when someone shares this news with you? Just respect our decision! A while back I wrote an article titled “After Infertility: Filling the Void” that explained what not to say to couples who are dealing with infertility […]

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Walking through a tough patch in life makes one often look at it from a different perspective, or so I hope. The dark night of the soul, a dark path, difficult decisions, heartache, death, sadness and fighting all are parts of life to make us pause, ponder, perhaps even wait there for a while but […]

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Abstract drawing of a black background with colors inside.

I’ve written a couple of blog posts about my experience with infertility including advice to people who have never gone through the ordeal and how they can be more helpful and understanding. As of this writing, it’s been about five years since I finally realized that having a child was impossible for my husband and […]

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A woman looking serene off into the distance.

I wrote this is in April 2017 when I was recovering from being raped. Our societal conditioning can make the practice of self-love and self-care a conundrum. I remember that when I began to even consider that I could be worthy of loving myself just for existing, it was a revelation. I did not need […]

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An abstract painting of an open newspaper.

The theme of the December edition of Healers Magazine is Epistemological Equitability: The Democratization of Truth. Why? When you look at healing ideologies with your third eye you see that despite libraries full of interdisciplinary disputes, healers are all on the same side. You might even say that they’re all saying the same things which […]

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An abstact painting of white, red, black, yello and blue colors.

“Grief Is the Thing with Feathers” (by Max Porter) is a great name for a book, but mourning is not usually associated with flight. Sometimes it feels heavy and exhausting and impossible to recover from. Speaking from experience I know this to be true. I also know that there is a way through this weighty, […]

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