Boundaries

December 13, 2019

There is no soft way to put it in words when you have been sexually abused as a child and that defined your sexuality and messed up your perception of friendship and intimacy. You can only become aware of it, accept it, hate it, hate everyone, use people, feel guilty about it, start the pattern […]

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A red and black painting with a man's profile and a bunch of symbols above his head.

Dr. Ken Best graduated magna cum laude from the Cleveland Chiropractic College and has since become an influencer whose practice is favored by Los Angeles celebrities. His latest book provides a guide to discovering and changing the limiting beliefs that block you from creating the life you want. Benjamin Eisenstein (BE): In your book, Eleven […]

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A painting of a woman about to dive, and another woman mid-leap, watched by a group of three in the foreground.

I once tried to kill myself. I was not successful in my attempt, though I do not think I cared either way at that point. I had reached rock bottom and ambivalence is the only emotion that survives there. It has been said that only the good die young and I have never been good […]

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A portrait of a face that falls somewhere between cubist and impressionist.

You aren’t going to want to hear this. You’re headstrong, stubborn, independent and determined. These are all qualities which will be useful later in life, but—you should hear me out. I write this because I know what happens next. I know what you were forced to do, how you suffered then and for so many […]

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My Inner Baby

February 28, 2019

About two weeks ago, I discussed with my therapist about my feelings of loneliness and how I automatically translate my loneliness to people not caring about me, then me not wanting to care about myself. I come to the ultimate conclusion that I do not matter, and that I might as well cease to exist. […]

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A painting of two rocks with chyrstalline insides, approaching each other like amoeba.

In the past I’ve thought that peace and fulfillment in life would come when balance was achieved. We often speak of balancing our work and pleasure, or our service and personal time. For a long time, this balance in society could be seen as an either/or concept. A higher consciousness has revealed that this duality […]

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A man with tatoos holding his face.

When we decide to share something that feels shameful and puts us in the emotional space of vulnerability we must be clear as to our intention for sharing. When we share shame we need to be clear that it is being shared in a safe space and that the sharing is for our own healing. […]

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