Tag: selflove

Overcoming Co-Dependency

Are you rattled by anyone that does not behave or react in the way you feel they should? Are you always throwing on your superman/woman cape to rescue individuals? Are you constantly rearranging your life and feelings to make others feel comfortable? If you responded, “Yes” to any of these questions, you might be slightly
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Is Belongingness a Necessity?

“Familiarity is the social glue that bonds people together, and we deliberately seek out the similar and the recognizable in order to feel secure. If we’re doing the same as everyone else, we must be doing it right, and finding a reflection of ourselves in those around us is a form of validation.” Joanna Cannon
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The Story Behind the Story

Meet our Guest Author Rachel Ellynn M. Rachel Ellynn M. is a published poet and author in KCMO. Her next piece becomes available 2.14.20, entitled the garden boy. You can find more writing on her blog and social media. Also you can follow her on the following: Twitter: @rachelellynnm Facebook: @rachelellynnm Instagram: @rachelellynnmauthor Preface The release of my upcoming
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