I Love Myself When I Am Laughing
And Then Again When I Am Looking Mean & Impressive
Book title by Zora Neale Hurston
During the last six months, I have dealt with heartbreaks, fears, fury, and exhaustion. In the last six months I have also neglected to celebrate and do what comes traditional to me so that I can stay my vibrant self and be fully alive. I realize that I need to deal with my love, anger, fear, and need for change in conversations, arguments, discussions and listening sessions with others. I am still working on it – my wellbeing.
Please use this dynamic list of ways to come together to work on it too. If none of this works for you, make a contact and see what does. (we’ll keep updating this listing – come back).
I think I once heard someone say that hope is a discipline, despair a privilege. I am choosing – if I have a choice – to be more disciplined.
Associate Provost and Dean of Students