A Spiritual Healing Journey: Poetry & Prose Sonja Jackson, OpenHeartTin How do we heal? How do we open our heart? By patiently and gently giving the love we want from others to ourselves. <God's love> Contents 1. Here I Am 2. Perfect (My Younger Self) 3. Reminded Me Of You 4. I Didn't Want … Continue reading A Spiritual Healing Journey: Poetry & Prose
Back and forth we go, It's been this way too long, Tell me what you want, For me to stay or to be gone. I don't want to do this, Please, make up your mind, You see me here forever? Or as someone to pass the time? I know what I want, But does it … Continue reading Back & Forth
Fourteen days into 2018 and I have already been slapped with a life lesson. One that I've learned, but apparently haven't applied all the way yet: "You don't have to be perfect to be loved." I called my ex. Yes, I did. I said I was going to and I did. 2018 is the year … Continue reading I Called My Ex
I never wanted to get married. Even as a little girl. I never dreamed of my dream wedding or my wedding dress or the tropical get-away honeymoon. I never dreamed of any of it. But I felt like I was supposed to. I always felt like less of a woman because of it (which writing … Continue reading I Never Wanted To Get Married
I always knew if you did not change I'd have to let you go Our ways of being, our morals, were nowhere near the same I think that's why I tried to "fix" you I loved you, I didn't want you gone, but I could not be around someone who treated women the way you did, … Continue reading I’m One Too Or Did You Forget?
I used to be so obsessed with finding my soul mate. I thought that's what would make me happy. It was my life mission. I honestly remember crying one night, this was my early 20's, because I was sad everyone around me had met someone and I was still single. I just knew once I … Continue reading Back To The Beginning
Because it can break you AND your relationship. Lesson learned. I guess one benefit of having been in a relationship that went up Shit Creek is you learn what not to do. Anymore. Ever again haha. The thing with me though, I feel, instead of learning lessons over the course of a few relationships, I … Continue reading How To Not Be Overly Dependent on Your Partner
I treat relationships the same way I do movies. That's already a bad start. I like to know the ending of a movie before it even begins. Because who wants to put that much time into a crappy story? I get just because the ending is crappy, it doesn't make the entire story crappy. There … Continue reading I Treat Relationships The Same Way I Do Movies