Though I feel unsure about some things, this I know for sure: the last decade of caregiving has taught me lessons I never would have learned otherwise.
My natural inclination is to take what I am learning and disseminate those lessons to the masses. I want to get as vulnerable as possible so that I can help others avoid similar mistakes or seek similar solutions.
This part of the journey comes to an end, but the work continues and connections remain. – Aisha Adkins Transitions. They are the only pathways from where we are to where we want to be. Sometimes those pathways are paved and well-lit. Other times, they are actually dark alleyways covered in shards of broken bottles … Continue reading When one song ends, another begins
If you are like me, you may feel overwhelmed and under-qualified to fully address the deeply rooted issues at hand in a way that produces sustainable, systemic change. Tensions in workplaces, places of worship, and households are running high and relationships are being tested. (Although, for me, I refuse to engage with foolishness from people who don't get it and have no desire to understand; keeps my blood pressure from rising.)