I've been scanning for the silver linings of Covid, like an inspectress.
What have I learned?
What do I want to share?
I've certainly learned to live more in the moment and I'm letting go of the need for security, with greater ease.
Now 2 years divorced, I see, with ever-growing clarity, that I have chosen the right path forward for myself.
I am so very grateful for my health
and for my children, who inspire me, endlessly.
I am grateful for my female friends whom I hiked with in Iceland and Utah last summer.
Thank HEAVEN for women friends, that's all I have to say.
The ease of intimacy, the nurturing.
And for my 4, much older siblings, who all remain well.
I'm grateful for a magical, two-year romance that has come to a close, but healed me in a profound way, as I hope, in some way, it did for him as well.
In time, may we carry on as friends.
I am grateful for my old running route, that I have circled back around to in the neighborhood, where the kids were raised. For so long it was too painful to return there, but it remains my favorite running route ever, and it's good to be back.
I am grateful that coaching, and learning more about ADHD traits, has helped me better manage my own butterfly ADHD. But between you and me...sometimes I just don’t want to mange it. It makes me feel like I am in straight jacket and I just want to blurt out my thoughts, like jumping beans, or be lost in my own thoughts socially, where I sometimes go :-)
On another note however, I have learned that timing, wording, body language and compassion, is everything in communication.
I am grateful that my coaching practice has blossomed into helping other people manage their ADHD.