If I was a midwife but I wasn’t working as a midwife, then what was I?
Something was gnawing at me, trying to get my attention to say things were not right.
The gift of depression and anxiety. Why my burnout was a blessing in disguise
Mental health issues are not generally discussed in glowing terms and certainly not as a gift. Those of us living with some sort of mental health issue don’t actually enjoy the symptoms or challenges associated with them. Continue reading “The gift of depression and anxiety.”
When we are stuffed up our emotional stuff is coming up.
2 weeks have passed since I decided to quit my job
I described the decision back then as an elite form of self care and that has proven truer each and every day. My mental health has returned to almost normal, whatever the hell that is. Let’s just say I am back to my baseline and the effect was rapid. Continue reading “Quitting: How I feel 2 weeks later”
Sometimes it is important to pause and re-evaluate the path we are on to consider if it really is the one we need to meet our goals.
SOMETIMES QUITTING IS THE SMARTEST THING TO DO
Have you ever wanted to walk away from something? Have you ever thought about quitting a relationship, a job, a commitment? Continue reading “Quitting as an elite form of self care.”