Holiday Dysmorphia

December 4, 2020


Today, I have taken quite some liberties with the definition of the word dysmorphia, but to me it means seeing the same things differently than other people do. This is an exciting time of year, that is likely looking a whole lot different than it normally does. 

So:

1) Let’s be patient with each other, 

2) Let’s have empathy for ourselves and others, and

3) It’s time to give ourselves a free pass and stop drilling down on all of the things we think we’re “supposed” to be doing, or feeling or thinking right now.

I love you. I am here for you. I hope you have a wonderful day. XOXO, CAMDW



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