As a teen I often fantasized about running away. I felt that by leaving a town that I felt I was trapped in-- I could also escape the prison that was my depression. When I went away to College, I made new friends and was in a new place and although I could present myself... Continue Reading →
They say when large car accidents occur or there is an emergency situation there is often a delay in which all of the people at the scene just watch believing that someone else will take action. The bystander effect may cause us to make our greatest mistake--leading to our greatest regret. We are all guilty... Continue Reading →
"I'm now convinced that my GPS is broken. I feel like I have traveled for days with little rest. I can admit it. I'm lost."
We all have the little parts of us that are broken but that brokenness shouldn't define us or hold influence over how we act.
A letter of encouragement for anyone who feels like they just can't go on anymore.