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Are You an Empath or Highly Sensitive Person?
The Research Science has not taken a definite stand on the issue of HSP’s, or Highly Sensitive People, though there is a great deal of information, and even a foundation, set up for HSP’s. “Some researchers believe that a recent discovery called mirror neurons might provide a neuro-science answer” (apa.org) to questions involving normal reactions to certain life situations. For example, we see someone fall down and scrape their knee and we automatically recoil in response to the situation. Almost like we can feel their pain, so to speak, which are your mirror neurons at work. This is the same when we see someone yawn and we immediately follow suit. Again, those are our mirror neurons. While these little affectors are quantifiable in science because scientists have found them in our brains, what seems to still be a mystery is how we affect atoms thus affecting the world around us. We all have mirror neurons and we are all made of atoms and molecules, so that is not the definitive answer for the person who is highly sensitive, though it plays into the situation. Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science discovered that beams of atoms move simply by being observed, and the more they are observed, the more they change. (Sciencedaily)
I need to take a shower And change these two day clothes I need to put pen to paper But there's alot that i don’t know
A Soldier's Wife
It’s not that I don’t love you And it’s not that I don’t care It’s that sometimes I have to turn away From the pain pooling in your stare.
How many of us sit home alone On a Veteran’s or Memorial Day Contemplating the choices we have made Thinking of someone who is so far away.
Forever Down a Dirt Road
Forever down a dirt road Forever in my mind Hands free and waving Feet bare and hair flying Reaching out to touch her hand
She's running out into the pouring rain I've broken her heart yet again Screaming my name and running hard Trying to beat the rain pouring in her heart.
I #loveyou because you make me LOL I #seeyou like my own soul or #shadow I’m @yourmom and it gives me so much #pause To think about my successes, but also about my #flaws
The Hand Rocking the Cradle
Family Dynamics: There are five stages to forming any group, according to psychologist Steve Tuckman’s model, first developed in the 1960’s (Content Team, 2018): Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, and Conforming (or Adjourning). The concepts that apply to business can also be applied to how the family unit forms, because essentially, we form our own group—a family group. When all members of a group are performing as a team, the business runs like a well-oiled machine, but throw a wrench in the process and the whole thing can fail. In this report, I will explain the dynamics of forming a [family] group, various wrenches that get thrown in the mix, along with how to survive divorce and the effects it can have on your life.