And some are made from delusions. When I was a teenager my friends and I spent many hours discussing futuristic relationships. Secrets smiles and girly giggles accompanied much of these conversations. Dreams floated somewhere above us encased within invisible pink bubbles tied with crimson ribbons; the man of our dreams awaited to sweep into our lives … Continue reading Some Apologies Are Endless.
Something like love and respect. According to my ex-boyfriend, 99% of women are ungrateful and I am one of them. Uh-oh. Looks like we might have a woman-hater on the loose. Someone call the United Nations Gender Equality hotline. I’ve flushed out a real-life, undercover misogynist. He’s all yours. Yep, I have been analyzed, categorized … Continue reading Relationships and the Power of Standing Your Ground
“Whatever it is that you’re doing to make him react that way, stop it.” Jill blinked through a thick layer of mascara. She stroked back a long blond curl and shook her head. “If you stop upsetting him, then he won’t hurt you.” Huh? My jaw dropped, my stomach clenching as I looked at her. … Continue reading The Color of Green
Through this post, I am sharing my story in the hopes of educating others. Not only in recognizing abuse, but to also shed light on the help and resources available for victims of abuse. My name is Kai. I am a 41-year-old mother of three beautiful sons. All of my life I have fallen victim … Continue reading Recognising abuse in all its forms – by Kai Calvi.
“Love is friendship set on fire.” ~ Jeremy Taylor What lights you up inside? Have you ever looked back and imagined your entire life as chapters of a book? And that each chapter began with an inciting incident that eventually led to a critical point that became that one moment when you stood at a … Continue reading Changing Life Chapters – it’s Easy to Resist Change.
“Everything depends on your attitude towards yourself. That which you will not affirm to be true of yourself can never be realised by you, for that attitude alone is the necessary condition by which you realise your goal.” ~ Neville Goddard. I tend to never think about the past. For me, the past has served … Continue reading Abuse Me, Abuse Me Not