Tag Archives: anxiety

#blogElul 2017 – Day 14: Learn

                    Learning is my passion As it was for my mother before me As it is for my daughter after me. Matters intellectual fascinate me Science, though unfathomable, sparks my brain … Continue reading

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#blogElul 2017 – Day 6: Want

                What do I want? Not much. World peace. A new President. ISIS delivering meals-on-wheels. Fair distribution of wealth. Healthy food for all. What do I want? Relief from rage. Shedding of shame. … Continue reading

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Healing – Day 4: Anxious About Anxiety

Frankly, I’d be worried if I didn’t have anxiety. It’s in my blood. Hard-wired in my brain. Genetic. Quintessentially Jewish. (Don’t you just love stereotyping?) All kidding aside, I have suffered from anxiety all my life. My mom was anxious, … Continue reading

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Healing – Day 1: To Forgive Or Not To Forgive…

…That Is The Question. One of the most important things I’ve learned in my journey is that forgiveness isn’t always necessary. It’s not THE critical component in moving forward. Context is important here, so let me share a bit of … Continue reading

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The Last Mile – Day 10

Today is about letting go. My mom was a fighter – I used to call her a tough broad. She battled things successfully throughout her life. Poverty. Alcoholic husband. Oppositional child (me). Anxiety. Cancer. She was in the process of … Continue reading

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