The Why And How Of Setting Personal Boundaries

The Why And How Of Setting Personal Boundaries

Why Setting Personal Boundaries May Be Difficult, But Why You Need To Start Implementing Them Now   As a mom, a wife, family member, and business owner having boundaries that I stick to – with all of my might – has become an essential if not the most important part of self-care. But just like …

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Anger And Gratitude

the anger behind that sweet smile you always show is reserved for me Domestic abuse – a reality many women – and men – experience in their relationship. The fear of those who supposed to be caring for us, making our homes a nightmare, instead of a safe haven is real, and never the fault of …

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A Day To Remember

The happiest day of his life was also his last, the death coming with such a swiftness, no one expected it to occur. The vitality of his existence had been more evident on this day, than it had been in a long time, his eyes filled with love and hope, his stride with strength and …

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Waiting

I waited all my life. I have been waiting for the right moment to run away from this prison called family, find my own way, forge my own destiny. I have been waiting for that special time to follow through on my dreams, the moment of inspiration to strike, when the fire of following through …

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Gone To Soon – A Five Sentence Flash Fiction

Gone To Soon Their marriage had been over before it even had begun, a sham actually, it was never the real thing, never that what most girls would dream of, or what men would consider a blessing. No, this was a front, a mixture of defiance and a vehicle to freedom from restrictions and expectations. …

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Just A Girl – A Flash Fiction

This was the worst, and scariest day of her short life, the day where everything would change, and nothing would ever be the same. A slave to a custom, that never dared to ask what she wanted, her choices not relevant, her young age not an obstacle. She was, after all, just a girl, her …

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