Broken pieces of life

I don’t look back in life, 

But at times those broken pieces of life,

Shine like a mirror reflecting light,

Blur my vision,

And shout,

We still exist,

You can ignore us,

But we will rise again and again,

Till our presence shatters your future.


I smile and say,

Ghosts from my past,

I am not fighting you,

I choose my battles,

You are not worth a fight,

You are a memory of a void,

A void that no longer exists.

So, reappear as often as you want,

Your presence is inconsequential,

Live with that,

or better,



Happy Living!!



Recognise your Inner Critic and how it Works

A must read.

Find your inner critic and throw it in the bin people!

Dr Nicholas Jenner

“I am really driven, but my drive doesn’t affectthe conversations I have in my head about life, and my worries and fears and insecurities.” Zach Braff .
The concept of an inner critic is well knownbut most people have to deal with more than one manifestation. There might be one that attacks you for doing too much ofsomething and another who then berates you for being lazy. The advice would be to work with each separately. I will now look at the types of inner critic that can pop up.
We all know it, only too well. It’s that inner voice, that “inner critic,” that seems always present and always keenly preparedto defeat us. When we feel happy, the voice says: “Yeah, this can’t last.” When we’re about to attempt something, it whispers: “Watch out. You’re gonna fail.” And when we do succeed, the voice dismisses: “That was just luck…

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I don’t believe in new beginnings.

We can strive to put the past behind us and move forward one step at a time.  We can try to put distance between those moments of trauma and try to live again but… pain doesn’t die.

Have you ever been told that you need to just get over it?  As if time is evidence of healing. As if healing implies you should be pain free.

As if…

As if…

As if…


Pain doesn’t die.  It is never-ending with no expiration date.

Those who suffer trauma work really hard to heal their hearts, their bodies, and their minds.  They don’t need someone telling them to just get over it.  They don’t need someone telling them to stop complaining or whining.  They don’t need YOU to be an expert on healing remedies.  They simply need to be able to cry, to speak, to feel…

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