We love ourself by loving the way we are, enjoying the good things we do,
All the Best from Piece 4 Love Marie & Anna
Change happens to all of us, and all of us can decide that change can happen.
Change can happen deliberately and it can can happen unexpected.
Some changes are easier to deal with than other….
That’s me. Miss Inconsistency. Or was. When I started understanding the consequences of being bullied I got quite chocked. Bullying can really ruin a persons life. And for many years I thought something was wrong with me. Due to unleashed traumas I kept walking in the same circle, even I if started new life andContinue reading “Miss Inconsistency”
How to deal with life changes
When I was a little girl I had a dream of a life in flow, where I grew and was my life develop as prescribed as normal. Education, job, marriage, kids, retirement, death. Instead I got a life filled up with different kind of violence… and I have experienced several sudden changes in life thatContinue reading “How many times can we start over in life?”
Pieces of life that make the puzzle fit
In every aspects of life, patterns make strong. In the daily routines you create one or two patterns that helps you reach the goal you’ve set. One day you’ll see that you came far. What kind of patterns do you need to create in order to develop your life in the direction you wish? DoContinue reading “Patterns Make Strong”
Thank you for reading my long post from last week, I really needed to empty my head in order to get further with my projectThe Lounge – Go with the Flow, be happy and glow. I started it 2 years ago and had a great succes, even if I in thatsame period became a singleContinue reading “Go With The Flow Even if Crisis”
What I wanted to know, without knowing that I wanted to know it. Because if you don’t know anything about a subjectyou cannot even ask questions about it. And I didn’t know anything about how much violence and abuse actually affects my life, or affected… Now I know better and I have the responsibility toContinue reading “What I wanted to know”