I think this is my love story.
"I could feel him taking the seat beside me on the bus....Read More
Ahhhh. . . my mind whispered, now all is well, this is someone I can rest beside.”
Throughout their work and lives, our staff and friends of The Estuary become inspired and do some occasional inspirational writings.
We have created this blog to share their thoughts, writings, and feelings with you.
Throughout their work and lives, our staff and friends of The Estuary become inspired and do some occasional inspirational writings. We have created this blog for them to share their thoughts, writings, and feelings with you.
Please feel free to offer your comments at any time and joining us in this journey through life. You can do this by clicking the link below each article. To access previous articles, click the dates in bold on the calendar to the right.
This is the season for compassion. How can someone with ADD find compassion for themselves in a season filled with societal traditions that are difficult in the best of times and monumental during the holidays? One may really want to send holiday cards and yet never accomplish the task. Friends who visit may be handed letters left unfinished from the 1990's, or some bizarre craft project instead of the well-respected holiday card or invitation for coffee. Shame and guilt can pursue you like a storm cloud in a cartoon.Read More
Being me. What in the world does that mean? I thought I was being me by being what other people wanted and expected me to be. I looked like I had it all: A good marriage, happy and healthy children, and I lived in a nice house with 2 nice cars. Actually, that worked for a long while. I looked at the content of my life and I thought, “I’ve done what I was suppose to do! Good job!” The problem was, I thought being the “good girl” and doing “what I was suppose to do” would mean I would be “HAPPY” too. But what I felt inside was restless, resentful, and angry.
“The easiest thing to be in the world is you. The most difficult thing to be is what other people want you to be.”
– Leo Buscaglia, a.k.a. “Dr. Love”
The Estuary is a non-profit organization offering integrative therapy, a synergy of psychotherapy and energy healing. The therapies of The Estuary assist individuals and groups to actualize innate healing potential. Exploring this path to wholeness, you learn to apply mystical principles for yourself — making them personally applicable. You are then able to use these life principles to develop an understanding of yourself and healing for others.