Hi! I am Tay Sun, May 14, 2017 /No Comments Welcome to Tay’s Bipolar Kitchen. Please have a seat at my table. As the name suggests,
November 8, 2020 | Tay M. | Food & Cooking, Mental Health Wellness, Personal Experiences & Reflections
I love to cook, in case you have not noticed. In my (not so) humble opinion, I tend to be pretty good at it. Recently, I realized I was using my cooking abilities in both a healthy and unhealthy manner. As I look back over the years, I can see where I used it as a tool to get people to like me. Moreover, I would use my culinary prowess to get praise and acceptance.
When holding on becomes to painful, we often forgot we have the option to release. We only think about how painful it will be after letting go, while ignoring the current pain we are currently experiencing. It is important to remember while we are holding on the pain is indefinite. After letting go, healing can start. The wound cant start to heal, taking the pain with it.
It is almost embarrassing to admit for over three decades, I lived in fear. Even as fear strangled my dreams, my forward progress and even my healing, I would still cling to it. Fear was so familiar, it was cuddling up with a sharp sword.