My How-To: Managing Self-doubt and Feelings of Uncertainty

I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have moments of self-doubt or feelings of uncertainty about my situation or things in my life. With all that is thrown at us day and day out, it at times, is hard to ignore all that is going on around us. We all have ideas of where we […]

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Commitment Issues: Finding your Balance

We all define commitment differently, we view differently and we live it out differently. In a day and age where we lack so much in terms finding security of and within ourselves, intimacy in our relationships and overall commitment to our endeavours and ourselves, it’s not hard to believe we struggle with commitment. At times this […]

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Mindfulness: We Crave Dependence and Fear Loss

This thought came across my mind today as someone began sharing some things that have been going on in her life. although I am much younger than her, she felt a sense of comfort sharing her concerns and fears around her daughter growing up. Even though I’m in my mid-twenties, single with no children, this […]

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Who is ASHARE?

Who is ASHARE? I thought I would write this short post to give you an all a little more insight into who I am. Although my About Me and Welcome page do a great job of explaining this already, this post is intended to highlight some additional things about me. For those who haven’t read […]

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Call it like it is #ASHARERANT

I shouldn’t be made to feel like I don’t belong somewhere. Oddly enough however, that’s the world we live in. We live in a world that paves the path for self-righteous assholes to feel as though they are the gatekeepers of access.  I’ve always been one to give the benefit of the doubt to outwardly […]

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Negative Thoughts: We all have them but how do we manage them?

Two wrongs don’t make a right.  We all have experienced negative thoughts – whether vocalized, internalized, about oneself or about others. I was talking to friend and I stopped mid-sentence and said “I’m being negative.” And while I don’t excuse myself here because I recognize it is something we all do and experience. I see how […]

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