Posts Tagged by Depression and Anxiety
|March 29, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
Perfectionism is a disorder, make no mistake. It is not a quality that leads one to strive for excellence, but a pathology that says that nothing is or ever will be good enough. The quest for perfection can only lead in one direction which is to focus on what is wrong instead of what is right. …continue reading.
|March 26, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
In the coming weeks I will be tackling the concepts that got me to where I am today, and since how we think determines how we feel, it makes sense to me that this will work for others.
|January 9, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
It has been nearly a year since I first came across Brene Brown’s Ted speeches which opened my mind to thinking about vulnerability and wholehearted living. As always happens when new and valuable information comes to light, it becomes necessary to broaden one’s thinking resulting in a shift in world view. I had no awareness… …continue reading.
|August 15, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
This is a re-post from Aug 4, 2010. It is a favourite of mine, because it marks the beginning of a new chapter in my life. One that I have come to view as very slow and subtle adventure that is my life today. It’s almost two years ago now, since I became the sole name on my apartment… …continue reading.
|January 9, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
Since I was in my very early twenties, New Year’s Eve has decidedly been my least favourite celebration of the year. Over the years the reasons for my dislike of the whole thing have grown, and at this point I would simply say that New Years Eve like so much in life is for couples… …continue reading.
|July 30, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under ADHD|
I am truly honored to have been asked to submit a guest post to the lovely blog SOS: Sisterhood of Strength . It is a blog devoted to the artistic expression of girls and women living with mental illness. I wrote my post, THE LIGHT AT THE MIDDLE OF THE TUNNEL, with the hope of… …continue reading.
|July 22, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under ADHD|
It would make sense by now that some might be wondering what I’ve been up to, since I haven’t posted anything in some time. I’m sort of wondering the same thing. Even though I am impressed with how I’ve been working at keeping my commitment of practising “Presence” and trying my best to remain rooted… …continue reading.