WANTED – Adult Children of Narcissists for a survey

. PLEASE NOTE - This survey has been re-opened and is available throughout the month of June 2015 for those wanting to participate in it. You can find it here - Parental Communication Measurement Study . What do you tell other people about your childhood? Do you edit it, rewrite it, make it sound normal... Continue Reading →

It’s not the face, but the expressions on it…

“It's not the face, but the expressions on it. It's not the voice, but what you say. It's not how you look in that body, but the thing you do with it. You are beautiful.” ― Stephenie Meyer . . . . When I first saw the focus of this week’s Daily Post Photo challenge:... Continue Reading →

One Lovely Blog Award Nomination – Colemining – made of the myth

I was going to reblog a post by one of my favourtie bloggers to follow on WordPress, but... I decided it was too difficult to choose and so I went for the easy and lazy option of just reblogging the entire blog by nominating it for a blog award. My logic... makes sense sometimes. The... Continue Reading →

An Upturned Soul – The Long and the Short of It

  For a while now I’ve been having an argument with myself connected to how I express myself on my blogs. Every now and then this argument crops up in one of my posts.  Every now and then I experiment with my posting style in an effort to reach a solution. Every now and then... Continue Reading →

Things We Are Unable To Say

What are the things which we are unable to say? Why do they exist? How does this happen that words get caught inside and don't come out? It is an overused gimmick in soap operas to have a character on the verge of saying something to another character which needs to be said but which... Continue Reading →

Tweet #29 – Listening and Speaking

I learned to listen before I learned to speak. I didn't plan for it to happen that way, it just did as these things do. I spent many years in silence. I hated the silence. I loved the silence. Then I learned how to speak. To myself, not to others. Learning to speak requires an... Continue Reading →

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