The Game of Catching Up

Moms, we are in constant push and pull when it comes to appointments and commitments. Playing catch up is a normal theme among us. Today, I write this waiting for the daughter to be done with her therapy. She does this on weekends. That is occupational therapy and speech therapy. The past days I’ve beenContinue reading “The Game of Catching Up”

Discussion on Life’s inevitables

Yesterday, we attended the online Sunday Praise and Worship with the theme on MOTIVATE (ACRONYM). The topic was Intimacy (Relationship). After the service, we talked a little about life, forgiveness and surrender. My husband is not a talker and usually avoids difficult conversations on life like ambitions, passion, struggles, and specifically death. Last night, whileContinue reading “Discussion on Life’s inevitables”

Moms and the busy word

  I attended today a parent meeting for the upcoming Family day at school where my 7 years old daughter go. I was late because of headache and laundry and my youngest child’s tantrums and my husband’s still not done with work and my own paper at school due. When I arrived, the parent attendeesContinue reading “Moms and the busy word”

It’s time to heal

Robert Browning once said, “Motherhood: All love begins and ends there.” Memories rushed in, pain seared through and loneliness kicked in. I was listening a hundred times to Adele’s new single “All I ask” just seconds ago and loneliness stocked up like those pieces of paper on my desk that needed attention. I did notContinue reading “It’s time to heal”

These hormonal changes

Starting a new job and getting pregnant I never thought would be this difficult. Finding out that our 4 year old daughter is now going to be an Achi, my husband could not contain his joy. I, on the other hand is more problematic than elated. I should be feeling the joys of being ableContinue reading “These hormonal changes”

Mom’s Clubs

My work as a researcher opens a whole lot of world for me. I get to learn and a little bit understand that not everything on the news and the internet are correct and that culture immersion and its impact varies from person to person.  Today, I got the opportunity to search for Mom’s Clubs in theContinue reading “Mom’s Clubs”

When Mommy Get Sick

I have never felt this kind of flu all my life. I am light-headed, my bones feel like they are about to break (maybe I am bit exaggerating on this one), my back hurts, my nose is malfunctioning and my brain is blocked. I have had this cold and running nose for days now, butContinue reading “When Mommy Get Sick”

It’s My First Time

I had to stay up late to catch up with work last night. My work week has always been hectic. I often wonder when the time would come when I can count the hours and smile like there’s plenty still. Often I wonder if I can survive through motherhood and having my hands and feetContinue reading “It’s My First Time”

[Daily Thoughts] Music and Life

Have you ever given everything? Have you ever been asked for more? In the daily realms of a mother and a wife, more sometimes mean inadequate Exhaustion is nothing more than emotional outburst   It can be painful at times, when what I do lost its significance Should I give up one to fully attendContinue reading “[Daily Thoughts] Music and Life”

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Dr. Eric Perry

Psychology to Motivate | Inspire | Uplift

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