Monday, July 3, 2017

Why Do We Take Sh*t from People?

Author: Adagio_Art
Author URL: https://www.flickr.com/people/adagio_art/
I ask myself that all the time because it happens to all of us. Even I find myself at times just taking people's negativity towards me, degrading me, doing everything they can to build themselves up while bringing me down, and I just "laugh it off" Then, later, I lay in bed and wonder, "Why did I allow for that?"

Let me back up a bit because I want to be very clear on what I mean by taking shit from people. When you feel, in your heart of hearts, that what was said to you what negative, then, yes, it was negative. Sometimes, the ones who say it don't mean it that way, or, they don't know it was hurtful, but it was to you. That's what matters, how it felt to YOU.

Now, why do we take it?

Friday, June 2, 2017

Feeling Defeated, but, I'm NOT Defeated

I'm a little late to the party putting this up on my blog, but, I figured ya'll forgive me.

If not

Fuck it 😁

The other day, when I posted this video, I was feeling like I was failing and trying to reach my dream. It's hard when you have to "adult" on the daily, but, you still want to jump into that world of pure imagination and just live your dream like nothing else matters. People are always putting such inspirational memes out there like;

Friday, May 19, 2017

Addiction & Mental Illness in the Pagan Community

Réfoulement/Depression/Recalcamento (António Pedro, 1936) from Flickr via Wylio
© 2014 Pedro Ribeiro SimĂ”es, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio

So many today struggle with demons, addictions, mental illnesses due to stress, food, being overwhelmed, or even genetics. 


Many of those suffering, or living with, however you come to see it, turn to the Pagan community because of our acceptance of all for who they are. It is true, Pagans are an accepting bunch of folk with little expectations except for bettering yourself and accepting responsibility for your own actions. Even though, most Pagans are this accepting, and the Path of the Goddess is filled with enlightenment, there is also that last statement many tend to forget, "accepting responsibility for your own actions".

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