Meet & Greet at 1100!

Meet and greet on Anna’s Art

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We’re now over 1100 follower of this blog.

Yes, I do follow my own blog. Why shouldn’t I do the same as you?It’s also a way to check out how my posts looks like in the wp app reader.

Yes, this blog has grown with out me being on any other social media. I’m just here on wp. That is enough for me and a blog can grow without any other social media.

But a blog can not grow without you all wp friends. It’s your doing. When you like and comment and follow my blog, your wp friends follow your wp foot steps. And when I visit your blogs and give them likes, comments and follows I will appear in your wp corner and then you sometimes check out my blog that way.

It’s all about interaction constantly. That’s how we find each other. It’s an endless mingling party…

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The Imposter Syndrome

If you write, read this. 🙂

Aunt Beulah

A friend, a professional musician, told me that sometimes, waiting to be introduced, he looked at his trombone and thought, “What is this thing I’m holding? And what do all those people out there expect me to do with it?”

He called these occasional feelings of incompetence the imposter syndrome.

businesswoman speechThinking he was joking, I laughed.

Then came an evening when I finished reading to an audience from my book and asked for questions. A young woman volunteered first: “When did you discover your writer’s voice, and how did you develop it?”

 I stared at her, thoughts ricocheting in my head: “Who’s she talking to? Me? What’s voice? Who’s a writer? I have nothing to say to these people.”

I cleared my throat and managed to choke out an answer. Then, through some miraculous act, I returned to my body. My mind cleared, and my words flowed in response to their…

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Wait, What? I still have PTSD?

A compelling post for all trauma survivors

Untangled

The past few months has been a whirlwind of powerful and positive changes in my life.  My son got engaged to a wonderful woman and we are over the moon excited for the wedding. My daughter, who has struggled so fiercely, is happy, in a good relationship, excelling at the University, and is realizing that she is the intelligent, insightful woman that we all see. I have come to a place where I have processed and accepted my past. I have a huge toolbox of distress tolerance tools and have gotten the answers to the big questions that were hanging out there in my mind, my therapist and I are beginning the process of ending our therapeutic relationship, and finally, I have been hired to do some marketing for three different small business owners. That is nothing but wonderful, exciting, and also painful at times strides, and I make sure…

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