"Get the Tea"
Amethyst Tea Time is a blog for everyday people, experiencing everyday issues, seeking down to earth, affordable and realistic solutions, solving one problem at a time.
Wisdom and truth are the pillars.
The term “Tea”, is an old expression which means, “What’s the news, talk or truth”.
Amethyst (am-uh-thist) is a purple translusent gemstone. The color amethyst/purple represents wisdom.
“Amethyst Tea Time”
is a communication that has roots in Wisdom; what is true or to have insight.
It is dedicated to those who are seeking to live a healthier life by making choices based on wisdom rather than emotions.
* A daily routine of self love
* To heal the mind, body and spirit
* To recognize and recover from abuse and addictions
* To live a life based on Peace and Love
Peace & Love,
It's human nature to pile-up stuff on our mental (mind) and physical (body) plate; only to realize that we have, as my mother would say, "Bitten off more than we could chew".
What she was really saying, "Your mind and body can not take the constant barrage of your stuff and other people's stuff. We often have this "I got this, super woman, super man" attitude which forces us to think we can to do it all a once.
NEW BLOG POST NOVEMBER 22, 2019
WHAT IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE? www.ncadv.org
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence:
"Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, sexual violence, threats, and emotional/psychological abuse. The frequency and severity of domestic violence varies dramatically".
Domestic Violence is described by many people as a generational curse.
That is more than likely, a true statement. We see red flags and signs in elementary age children.
Domestic violence is more than a physical beating; it is mental, spiritual, sexual, financial and emotional.
Domestic Violence is also perpetuated by a victim while in a subconscious state of spiritual anguish. The remembrance and the anticipation of a reality in a relationship with someone abusing you or witnessing the abuse, is just as traumatizing as the abuse; the person lives with it every minute of the day.
For some people, that is their beginning to life, because they are born into it!