The signs started small. Around June I literally stopped being able to decide what I wanted for dinner. At the time I was responsible for so many decisions related to the wedding G and I were planning, my job, and how our household operated (down to when the dogs would eat or where the sunscreen … Continue reading The High Cost of Being a Chronic People Pleaser.
I am active in recovery culture. Because of this, it would make sense that I am around a good deal of addicts, alcoholics, and generally troubled individuals on a frequent basis. However, lately it has felt heavier and more frequent. The sentiment has seeped out of the safe rooms of recovery that I find … Continue reading “You can’t fix them. I am sorry, but you can’t.”