"HSPs are that 15 to 20 percent of the human population born with a nervous system genetically designed to be more sensitive to subtleties, more prone to deep reflection on inner experience, and therefore inevitably more easily overwhelmed by outer events."The Highly Sensitive Person in Love by Elaine N. Aron I had made a post … Continue reading HSP and its Connection to Vaginismus
Since I'm going to write this book as a memoir, I have to find a way begin again. Scrapping my previous pages wasn't as heartbreaking as I thought it would be, and I think that's because I knew the story wasn't as powerful as it could be. Here is a very rough draft of a … Continue reading Very Rough Start of My Book
To begin a new book or not...that is the question I am constantly asking myself. Instead of giving myself a time frame on when I need to have it done, I'm just going to work on it when I feel inspiration flowing. It's going to be my story. My own personal story of living with … Continue reading Book number 2?
So a few people have had a hard time understanding what my book title means. No, it is not meaning some weird form of BDSM. I actually had someone ask that...Simply put, it means that sex is a painful pleasure for those of us who have vaginismus because, despite attempting to enjoy the pleasure it … Continue reading Explaining the title of my book
For those of you who are struggling with something at the moment. Whether it is vaginismus, another medical condition, family problems, mental health, etc., know that you aren't alone and beautiful things come out of difficult situations. Enjoy this little quote on this beautiful Sunday morning 🙂 Featured image credit: rawpixel
Quotes are beautiful. They inspire you, motivate you, resonate with you and they tell your story... I'll admit that, even during my toughest times, I would look up quotes that were either relatable to how I was feeling or that would hopefully send me advice. Yes, I still use Pinterest... ❤ Over the years, I … Continue reading Quotes over the years ❤
“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.” - Brené Brown I started this blog to find and help more women with vaginismus, but I have only come across a few, who initially reached out to me and then vanished. It's challenging to tackle vaginismus alone; without the support of someone who can relate … Continue reading Vaginismus is vulnerable
She runs to find him, unable to escape the sun's awakening. Water cascades down her cheeks, as she realizes he is moving farther away. How will she ever find him? She promised herself she'd rescue him. Her heart begins to sink into her stomach. The world feels like it's spinning, and she is lost in … Continue reading Lost in the darkness