Must Love Crows
Why Sleeping In Separate Beds Saved My Marriage - Must Love Crows
Apr
19
If you’d told me a few years ago that I wouldn’t be sleeping in the same bed as my husband anymore, I’d have panicked and assumed my marriage had fallen apart. But today I celebrate it because I know it saved our marriage. My hubby and I shared a bed for years...
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floods of change - must love crows
Apr
18
You hope and wish for it every day of your life, But when the floods of change finally come All the newness scares you: “Could it be!?” “Is this really happening!?” “Is this for real!?” “What if it stops?” Such a peculiar feeling,...
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lessons from 38 must love crows
Apr
14
We are the sum of our experiences, and our feelings are the culmination of the experiences we’ve had. Therefore, our feelings are not our fault. Processing your feelings starts with accepting their existence, ie, giving up the fight to deny them. “Hi, Fear. I see you....
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in defense of taking things personally - must love crows
Apr
09
I’ve had two health care professionals tell me I should read The Four Agreements over the past few years. Must have been something about what I shared with them that had them thinking the book would help me. When someone tells me I should read a self-help book, it kinda...
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thoughts on emotional freedom - must love crows
Apr
09
What does emotional freedom look like to you? For me, it’s the dream of feeling oh-well-ish about how other people choose to act. It’s, “Hey dude, It’s your choice to show your pain, in the way you feel you need to show it.” It’s walking away...
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Thoughts On Our Deficiencies - must love crows
Apr
06
Lucky = Working with Intention and Gratitude. Too Sensitive = An innate Gift. At Least = Denial of Your Truth. Should Have = Lesson for next time. Summary: the next time you start ripping the seams on all that you aren’t, remember that perspective is everything. You are...
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after the sirens - mental health self care - must love crows
Apr
03
In the past, I assumed that to be a paramedic was to be superhuman. But as I’ve become more aware of the power of trauma on the human psyche, I know that isn’t the case. It’s just not possible to remain unaffected by trauma. And a new documentary, After The...
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The Issue With Expectations And A Poem - must love crows
Apr
03
We have deeply ingrained expectations of who someone should be in relation to who we are, and so often we are disappointed. It can feel like a devout betrayal when someone doesn’t respond the way we want or believe we need them to. But in bringing expectations to our...
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Visiting Your Discomfort - must love crows
Apr
01
It is in the prolonged moments of discomfort and vulnerability that we connect with a depth of ourselves we wouldn’t otherwise experience. The shores of pain, anguish and frustration over not being able to fix how we feel on command are places our soul wants and needs us to...
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