For when you need to ask for patience.
For when you’re worrying you said too much.
For when you catch yourself triggered.
Healing Is A Social Process
A lifetime of going to doctors appointments by yourself has got you thinking people get sick on their own and they get better on their own, but guess what?
Healing Is A Social Process.
Makes sense. We are social animals!
It’s normal that we want to share.
It’s healthy that we need it seen.
It’s good that we pay each other for each other’s help.
This is not self-indulgent,
This is not extravagant,
This is not corny —
This is What We Need To Move On,
So let’s do it, and let’s have some fuckin laughs while we’re doing it, yeah?
Maybe braid each other’s hair a bit, play a little Air Hockey?
Bake some cookies, put Newsies on, fast-forward to the dance scenes?
Maybe we could spill our guts in a constructive way, capturing the Big Ringlet Energy of my majestic niece pictured here.
Maybe overcoming sexual dysfunction could be hilarious, maybe it could be the highlight of some woman’s week?
That’s a thought I have a lot.
🧐Is it possible to live in such a world, where reconditioning triggers is an expected and pleasurable part of life, not a lonely embarrassing hangover we downplay until total meltdown? 🧐
Could we reinvent the giddiness of a vintage beauty parlour, with the focus on primping our attitudes as much as our weaves?💆♀️
These are the questions that finally convinced me to create the She Shed Hypno Parlour as a physical space, a place where I can welcome clients to mingle and confide and enjoy themselves — to normalize these transformations we’re all going through, which feel so GIGANTIC on the inside, yet aren’t always mirrored back by our immediate world.
Healing Is A Social Act: this one asked to be on my mirror.
Does it want to be on yours? 😃 🌈
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