Or at least better than I was yesterday.
My kids are a little nuts. Something that’s a problem in our home is consistancy. I say one thing, their dad says something else and then the kids learn (have learned – and well) to go to him when they want easy and go to me when they want emotional support. I hate that.
My sister (who is a briliant family therapist) turned me onto a program made by a doctor called 1-2-3 Magic! and it makes one hell of a difference. Continue reading
Kids are great. There’s something wonderful from having your kids come around you and just love you.
Kids are nuts. And if you’re one of those people who don’t like chaos, don’t have kids. No, having kids is not like having a dog. It’s like having a kleptomaniac octopus who cries all the time. And throws things. And hugs you.
This is a welcomed exercise however, I’m a little stuck. You’re supposed to take any unpaid bills and write on them, “Thank you for the money.” Then take 10 already paid bills from the past and write across them, “Thank you – Paid.” Make sure that while you’re doing both those things, you feel the complete gratitude of those things being paid, whether they’re paid or not.
For the last 2 years, I have been a stay-at-home mom. All those bills that I had while working have gone bye-bye. What am I supposed to do now?
I really try everyday to keep things moving forward. This break-up but still living in the same house really wears you down after a while. Imagine: living with the person you are in love with and have been in love with the last 16 years, but knowing not only do they not love you back, they think and treat you like a piece of shit. Bonus is that you still have to be stable and level for your kids.
And I’ve been living through that since January. It sucks. Continue reading
I started today with my grateful list. I was stumbling around a little bit because I don’t know if I can cite the same thing or the same person more than once. I think the point is to learn to truly appreciate everything – however I still feel gratitude for the things I already listed…. Am I just overthinking? Probably. Anyway, onto my list: Continue reading
I’m a list maker. I’m sure it irritates my loved ones at times but I love my lists. I thought I would share the day 1 worksheet I created for myself to help me complete the ‘The Magic’ 30-day program. Maybe it could help someone else too. I’ll make one for every day and share it here. Continue reading