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And it even makes up for the time that the true expressing of your soul is frowned upon, misunderstood or roll-eyed at.
I sat here crying, tears streaming down my face as I read your every word and it vibrated with deep truths in my soul.
Here are a few tangible steps you can take whenever you’re ready: Thank you for this wonderful summary of the challenges we face. I started my blog just under two weeks ago to share my own challenges, and reach out to struggling moms. As I was writing my FB comments, it occurred to me that I have not given myself permission for help. Thank you, Beth, for bringing them to my awareness. I have chosen 1 year after I became a mother (8 years ago) to open up, express my soul and be available to “be part of a village”.
Only in the light of awareness do we have the ability to make a different choice. I talk about a component of this in my blogpost: then I follow that later with a post about how my choice to put my child in a school (montessori) early so that I had help raising him the way I wanted him to be raised, was less about outsourcing my parenting, and more about trying to create a village. Not only for my own needs but because I recognized all the other silent needs and struggles.
We tended one another’s wounds (both physical and emotional), relied on one another for strength when times were tough, and sought counsel from our community’s wise, experienced, and cherished elders. We’re being forced to create all of that for ourselves within a society that has physically and energetically restructured itself around a whole new set of priorities.
It’s a profits before people model, which threatens the wellbeing of nearly everything we mothers are wired to protect.