Workaholism: a Self-Destructive Coping Mechanism

For most part of my life, I used to call myself a workaholic. I used to be proud of my achievements and the careers I was building, and wore this badge with honor to the demise of my overall well-being. It was not until I had reached a breaking point Continue Reading

You are the First Responder

It has been two years since I have started my healing journey after a toxic relationship. This morning, I remembered the first six months of counseling and all the frustration that had come with it. While I had been struggling to overcome the trauma from my most recent encounter with Continue Reading

The Weather Approach to Acceptance

I live in Vancouver, Canada. If you have never been to Vancouver before, let me tell you, it can be frustrating sometimes… actually, quite often. I am not talking about the horrendous rents and mortgages here but something that is completely out of our control: the weather, of course. Informally Continue Reading