Monthly Archives: September 2018

Life: Ongoing Recovery

One month ago today I left behind the life I had been living for the past year. Morning coffee strolls by the Mystic River had slowly become hopeless days pacing Medford Square, avoiding reality, and drinking with friends who were … Continue reading

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Faux Extrovert

The other day I picked up the book “Quiet” at the library. It was a timely find, as I’ve been reflecting on my own self care needs, causes of anxiety, and everyday interactions with those around me. As I read … Continue reading

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“To Thine Own Self Be True”

For the past few weeks I have been torn between the life I used to live, contemplating what I want in the future, and accepting where I’m at now. Until today. Until these recent moments, I’ve had one foot where … Continue reading

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The Best Kind of Journey

Over the past three weeks I’ve met many new people, heard endless stories, and learned an immense amount about myself. This is only the beginning of a new journey, but it’s the best of all: this journey is about looking … Continue reading

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