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.
My high school reunion was this weekend. I didn’t go. I could say I regretfully missed the event because I couldn’t take time away from work to make the trip back to Kansas. I could say that I didn’t have any one that would willingly take care of my four-legged fur baby while I was … Continue reading Why are High School Reunions Still a Thing?
There are two sides of the street, but they both take you to the same place. Have you ever been absolutely CERTAIN that someone else's feelings toward you or your actions were irrational and unfair? Yes? You are not alone. The other day I was having a conversation with a girlfriend who was mad at … Continue reading Two Sides of the Street