Wrong crowd” and make stupid choices. to my older teen kids, then said I needed a group hug. I’ll go to bed after this row shirt They met me at the door, and we wrapped our arms around each other. Then held on tight until I felt the tension ease.They knew. They knew I’d had a tough day and needed that soft place to land.I still cuddle my year old son; we snuggle on the couch while watching . My daughter sometimes feels extreme anxiety and can’t sleep she tucks into bed with me and drops off in seconds.Always cuddle with your kids be their soft place to land, their safe harbour in this cold world. waiting for someone to suggest to me something that will help me be productive. All the while lost in daydreams that I am productive, successful, liked, loved, appreciated. Time floats on. But, I am not hurting myself in Pursuit of something to do, so that’s good, right?Above all else, do no harm. Am I harming me, when I hole up for weeks on end, lost inside myself, somewhat desperate for connection, and unable to formulate a way to maturely be in people’s company? I just get exhausted. So, sometimes, I need play. Levity. A letting go of all the seriousness of becoming real. Mostly, what I need is lots of hugs, encouragement, honest discernment given with tact, and love.
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Even when I am hard to love, I’ll go to bed after this row shirt I need love. I am only learning to love myself. I so desperately need to see that, warts, bumps, scars, and flaky behavior and all, I am worthy of love. and helped to release some of the negative energy I felt. I never needed to explain why I needed a hug. No-one ever questioned it.When you ask people you know, love and trust for a hug, I doubt any of them would turn you down. We all need a hug sometimes.I love giving people hugs, and I am often told I give the best hugs ever. Yay!When I had my high street coffee shop, some people would pop in just to get a hug because they were having a crappy day.Here in New York City, we have a significant population of homeless people. Some may have mental illness issues, others drug or alcohol issues, and or various other issues that have led to them lacking stability, safety, and security.