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  • EVERYBODY CRIES. Sometimes it’s at work! There might even be tears on that very Trash Tee—who knows what moving thoughts were running through our minds as we meditatively packed and shipped them to @shopbando. 
If you want to wear your heart on your sleeve (or chest) you can buy a 100% recycled cotton, tear-infused tee made by us by visiting shopbando.com. Then put it on and just LET THEM FLOW. 🌈 graphic by @bkaspr 
#everybodyworld #bando #icryatwork
  • EVERYBODY CRIES. Sometimes it’s at work! There might even be tears on that very Trash Tee—who knows what moving thoughts were running through our minds as we meditatively packed and shipped them to @shopbando.
    If you want to wear your heart on your sleeve (or chest) you can buy a 100% recycled cotton, tear-infused tee made by us by visiting shopbando.com. Then put it on and just LET THEM FLOW. 🌈 graphic by @bkaspr
    #everybodyworld #bando #icryatwork
  • 836 31 27 March, 2019
  • To end #mentalhealthawareness month, let's talk about crying at work. In my first real job after college, I had a meeting with a manager where I started to cry. She told me that it didn't bother her, but one of our other female managers would have none of it, so not to do it again. I'm an emotional person, this would be hard for me. I've gone into many a bathroom stall and tried to cry as silently as possible. When my husband lost his job. When I found out a friends husband was sick. When I lost my job. When I didn't get the promotion I applied for. Pretty much the entire week after the 2016 election. You get the idea. This past year, I got disappointing news at work, and try as I might, I couldn't keep the tears at bay. The harder I tried NOT to cry, the harder I did. At this point, I'm with a different company with a male manager. Instead of making me feel bad or weak, he pulled me into a conference room and let me cry. He reassured me and made me feel better. He let me get myself together and went and packed up my bag for me (it was close to the end of the day) so I wouldn't have to walk back through the office with my tear stained face, and let me go home a little early. While that first manager made me learn how to keep my emotions in check, especially in a lot of male-dominated industries, I wish she had been more like my recent manager. Kind and understanding. It's okay to cry at work. Don't let anyone tell you different. #internationalicryatworkday
  • To end #mentalhealthawareness month, let's talk about crying at work. In my first real job after college, I had a meeting with a manager where I started to cry. She told me that it didn't bother her, but one of our other female managers would have none of it, so not to do it again. I'm an emotional person, this would be hard for me. I've gone into many a bathroom stall and tried to cry as silently as possible. When my husband lost his job. When I found out a friends husband was sick. When I lost my job. When I didn't get the promotion I applied for. Pretty much the entire week after the 2016 election. You get the idea. This past year, I got disappointing news at work, and try as I might, I couldn't keep the tears at bay. The harder I tried NOT to cry, the harder I did. At this point, I'm with a different company with a male manager. Instead of making me feel bad or weak, he pulled me into a conference room and let me cry. He reassured me and made me feel better. He let me get myself together and went and packed up my bag for me (it was close to the end of the day) so I wouldn't have to walk back through the office with my tear stained face, and let me go home a little early. While that first manager made me learn how to keep my emotions in check, especially in a lot of male-dominated industries, I wish she had been more like my recent manager. Kind and understanding. It's okay to cry at work. Don't let anyone tell you different. #internationalicryatworkday
  • 53 6 31 May, 2019
  • I cried at work yesterday. A lot. And I did my best not to apologize for it. Today is #internationalicryatworkday to help destigmatize emotions at work and to show you’re not alone. We spend a lot of time at work (like...25% of the year 😱) and it’s no surprise that we end up going through a full range of emotions while on the clock.  I’m not the first person who has cried at work and I certainly won’t be the last, but we don’t talk about it enough and that may be part of the problem. I used to apologize for being emotional at work. I would be embarrassed for having an anxiety attack or crying when I was frustrated. 🛑 No apology necessary!!! Emotions are my superpower and if that means I cry at work sometimes, so be it! 😭🥳
  • I cried at work yesterday. A lot. And I did my best not to apologize for it. Today is #internationalicryatworkday to help destigmatize emotions at work and to show you’re not alone. We spend a lot of time at work (like...25% of the year 😱) and it’s no surprise that we end up going through a full range of emotions while on the clock. I’m not the first person who has cried at work and I certainly won’t be the last, but we don’t talk about it enough and that may be part of the problem. I used to apologize for being emotional at work. I would be embarrassed for having an anxiety attack or crying when I was frustrated. 🛑 No apology necessary!!! Emotions are my superpower and if that means I cry at work sometimes, so be it! 😭🥳
  • 115 19 31 May, 2019
  • Crying, but make it glitter. 
It’s #internationalicryatworkday as coined by @shopbando in order to help destigmatize emotions at work. Aka now officially one of my favourite campaigns ever. 
I remember the first time I cried in an office environment. It was my first job out of university, a few months in and I ended up crying to my manager because I was being blamed for something that wasn’t my fault by a member of upper management. I felt like showing that emotion made me weak, and unprofessional, and that my manager was judging me for it. Little did I know that would be the first of many occasions crying in that office, although most afterwards took place in the loos. Crying at work is okay. I’ve made friends through mutual loo-crying sessions, I’ve hidden in cupboards to text friends who were crying in the loos at their office, I’ve even sat sobbing at my desk whilst having to power on through to get work done because I was too busy. You should never have a job that makes you cry on a regular basis, but we’re all human and every now and then things (work related or not) get a little too much. It’s okay to show emotion at work, and employers should support you in those times. I’m lucky enough to now work for a company that never makes me want to cry, but I know if/when things do get a little too much I’m surrounded by a team I can talk to and who will support me. And that’s the best feeling. #icryatwork
  • Crying, but make it glitter.
    It’s #internationalicryatworkday as coined by @shopbando in order to help destigmatize emotions at work. Aka now officially one of my favourite campaigns ever.
    I remember the first time I cried in an office environment. It was my first job out of university, a few months in and I ended up crying to my manager because I was being blamed for something that wasn’t my fault by a member of upper management. I felt like showing that emotion made me weak, and unprofessional, and that my manager was judging me for it. Little did I know that would be the first of many occasions crying in that office, although most afterwards took place in the loos. Crying at work is okay. I’ve made friends through mutual loo-crying sessions, I’ve hidden in cupboards to text friends who were crying in the loos at their office, I’ve even sat sobbing at my desk whilst having to power on through to get work done because I was too busy. You should never have a job that makes you cry on a regular basis, but we’re all human and every now and then things (work related or not) get a little too much. It’s okay to show emotion at work, and employers should support you in those times. I’m lucky enough to now work for a company that never makes me want to cry, but I know if/when things do get a little too much I’m surrounded by a team I can talk to and who will support me. And that’s the best feeling. #icryatwork
  • 63 11 31 May, 2019
  • 🙃 #InternationalICryatWork 🙁

One of my worst crying moments at work was a revolution for me. I had finally got that position I was aiming so hard for. I learned the ropes, felt confident, and was a hell of a sassy boss who didn’t take any bs from anyone including my peers. I butted heads with this particular co worker. I didn’t like their work ethic and I hated how they used their amount of years worked for the company as a weapon. I made this person on a daily basis know how they made me feel. They usually took it and acted as if it wasn’t something that bothered them. But one day, something changed and they felt they needed to address me. We sat in the back and that was the beginning of a conversation that shouldn’t have happened. They wanted to know how I felt and I told them with no filter. I made them feel so small because I felt small. With all actions placed, there are consequences. I instantly got written up. Immediately understanding why, I broke down to my boss. Mind you me and my boss had a great relationship. They were always there for me, they made me feel heard, and they always helped me understand things in a different perspective. I knew right then and there where I went wrong, what kind of person I turned into, and let myself cry in front of them because I knew I was better than this. I was disappointed in myself mainly because I spent months working my ass off to get to where I am and possibly risked my job just because I wanted to make someone feel bad? This point in my life was hard. I didn’t know who I was or what proper communication and understanding felt like and I surely didn’t think of that person’s feelings. And I wasn’t the only one making these mistakes and I wasn’t the only one crying on a common basis. Taking care of yourself matters. Being there for your team is valuable. Mistakes are going to happen. But most importantly, allowing yourself to grow and learn from them is what matters the most. So the next time you cry at work remember there’s others out there that have made the same mistakes too. The important part is allowing yourself to be there for each other. 🌈🌼☀️ #icryatwork #emotionalintelligence #mentalhealthawareness
  • 🙃 #InternationalICryatWork 🙁

    One of my worst crying moments at work was a revolution for me. I had finally got that position I was aiming so hard for. I learned the ropes, felt confident, and was a hell of a sassy boss who didn’t take any bs from anyone including my peers. I butted heads with this particular co worker. I didn’t like their work ethic and I hated how they used their amount of years worked for the company as a weapon. I made this person on a daily basis know how they made me feel. They usually took it and acted as if it wasn’t something that bothered them. But one day, something changed and they felt they needed to address me. We sat in the back and that was the beginning of a conversation that shouldn’t have happened. They wanted to know how I felt and I told them with no filter. I made them feel so small because I felt small. With all actions placed, there are consequences. I instantly got written up. Immediately understanding why, I broke down to my boss. Mind you me and my boss had a great relationship. They were always there for me, they made me feel heard, and they always helped me understand things in a different perspective. I knew right then and there where I went wrong, what kind of person I turned into, and let myself cry in front of them because I knew I was better than this. I was disappointed in myself mainly because I spent months working my ass off to get to where I am and possibly risked my job just because I wanted to make someone feel bad? This point in my life was hard. I didn’t know who I was or what proper communication and understanding felt like and I surely didn’t think of that person’s feelings. And I wasn’t the only one making these mistakes and I wasn’t the only one crying on a common basis. Taking care of yourself matters. Being there for your team is valuable. Mistakes are going to happen. But most importantly, allowing yourself to grow and learn from them is what matters the most. So the next time you cry at work remember there’s others out there that have made the same mistakes too. The important part is allowing yourself to be there for each other. 🌈🌼☀️ #icryatwork #emotionalintelligence #mentalhealthawareness
  • 100 9 1 June, 2019
  • Tears are not to be feared! 💦 It’s a natural human response to things both good and bad. Embrace your humanity and create a safe space inside your head—a nurturing and positive inner voice to cheer yourself on and comfort yourself when you need reassurance. 🌸Design Eye: Did you notice I used the same sculpture image in all three of my last graphic design posts? Subtle changes to a simple concept/image can keep your content feeling fresh but consistent. DM to inquire about graphic design or photography services for your brand or event!
☀️Have a gorgeous Saturday!
  • Tears are not to be feared! 💦 It’s a natural human response to things both good and bad. Embrace your humanity and create a safe space inside your head—a nurturing and positive inner voice to cheer yourself on and comfort yourself when you need reassurance. 🌸Design Eye: Did you notice I used the same sculpture image in all three of my last graphic design posts? Subtle changes to a simple concept/image can keep your content feeling fresh but consistent. DM to inquire about graphic design or photography services for your brand or event!
    ☀️Have a gorgeous Saturday!
  • 36 1 1 June, 2019
  • ✨😭🌈✨ when @shopbando first posted this shirt, I gifted it to myself IMMEDIATELY. It makes me laugh, but really tho, #icryatwork for more reasons than I can count 😳. Sure, when I’m tired, run down, and frustrated with other people, but most often when I’m upset with myself. I hold yours truly to an impossibly high standard (hoping those around me are doing the same) and that work ethic as gotten me where I am today, but it can obviously bottle up and bubble over at a moment’s notice. I can be my own worst enemy, and toughest critic!

I’m also VERY uncomfortable standing up for myself and demanding the things I work pretty damn hard to deserve; courtesy, consideration, compensation, or just a little more gd r.e.s.p.e.c.t! Confrontation is THE worst, but being your own advocate is a necessity...you, your time, your value, and your sanity are worth fighting for 💪 even if it brings on the waterworks 💙💧.
Gonna celebrate  #internationalicryatworkday with @yogatothepeople...sweat out the stress, quiet my tireless mind, and start the weekend with a sense of personal accomplishment #namastemotherfuckers 🙏. thank you @shopbando @jengotch !!
  • ✨😭🌈✨ when @shopbando first posted this shirt, I gifted it to myself IMMEDIATELY. It makes me laugh, but really tho, #icryatwork for more reasons than I can count 😳. Sure, when I’m tired, run down, and frustrated with other people, but most often when I’m upset with myself. I hold yours truly to an impossibly high standard (hoping those around me are doing the same) and that work ethic as gotten me where I am today, but it can obviously bottle up and bubble over at a moment’s notice. I can be my own worst enemy, and toughest critic!

    I’m also VERY uncomfortable standing up for myself and demanding the things I work pretty damn hard to deserve; courtesy, consideration, compensation, or just a little more gd r.e.s.p.e.c.t! Confrontation is THE worst, but being your own advocate is a necessity...you, your time, your value, and your sanity are worth fighting for 💪 even if it brings on the waterworks 💙💧.
    Gonna celebrate #internationalicryatworkday with @yogatothepeople...sweat out the stress, quiet my tireless mind, and start the weekend with a sense of personal accomplishment #namastemotherfuckers 🙏. thank you @shopbando @jengotch !!
  • 49 8 31 May, 2019

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  • Days since last cry at work: 0
Had a good 51 day streak. Sometimes you cry cause things need to change and sometimes just cause you’re overwhelmed and gotta get it out. Today I felt overwhelmed so I cried and now I feel right as rain and ready to take on the day. Thanks to @jengotch for trying to make it okay to cry at work. #icryatwork @sadgirlsclub
  • Days since last cry at work: 0
    Had a good 51 day streak. Sometimes you cry cause things need to change and sometimes just cause you’re overwhelmed and gotta get it out. Today I felt overwhelmed so I cried and now I feel right as rain and ready to take on the day. Thanks to @jengotch for trying to make it okay to cry at work. #icryatwork @sadgirlsclub
  • 25 4 16 July, 2019
  • It’s Friday D O N T • C R Y
  • It’s Friday D O N T • C R Y
  • 12 1 12 July, 2019
  • How in the world can I not be a blubbering idiot when I get called into the supervisors office?

First, the supervisor I cried/vented to last week was in there and she not once even looked at me or even acknowledged me.
Second, the male head boss talks super fast, I feel inadequate trying to say anything. He proceeds to tell me “let’s get everything out on the table.” How do I respond to that other than tears? There were so many emotions and thoughts that went through my head, I didn’t want to full on cry so I didn’t say anything. I just let him talk super fast and while she took notes. What is she taking notes on? Information to use against me later? I told them what I wanted. There are two options now available. He seemed to skirt around one position saying that it has its own issues (the one that I was actually excited to pursue) and then pushed the other one. I guess I should be grateful that there are even options.

But still, the feelings that meeting invoked, they pretty much confirmed they will be doing away with my current “nonexistent” position.

I guess we will see what happens in the next month. I keep telling myself just get me through next Wednesday and then mini vacation/conference here I come!

Dang you girl for always wearing your emotions on your sleeve!

#emotionalwreck #icry #tears #emotionsgetthebestofme #emotions #icryatwork #cantletitgo #openpositions #fairness #toomuchtoask
  • How in the world can I not be a blubbering idiot when I get called into the supervisors office?

    First, the supervisor I cried/vented to last week was in there and she not once even looked at me or even acknowledged me.
    Second, the male head boss talks super fast, I feel inadequate trying to say anything. He proceeds to tell me “let’s get everything out on the table.” How do I respond to that other than tears? There were so many emotions and thoughts that went through my head, I didn’t want to full on cry so I didn’t say anything. I just let him talk super fast and while she took notes. What is she taking notes on? Information to use against me later? I told them what I wanted. There are two options now available. He seemed to skirt around one position saying that it has its own issues (the one that I was actually excited to pursue) and then pushed the other one. I guess I should be grateful that there are even options.

    But still, the feelings that meeting invoked, they pretty much confirmed they will be doing away with my current “nonexistent” position.

    I guess we will see what happens in the next month. I keep telling myself just get me through next Wednesday and then mini vacation/conference here I come!

    Dang you girl for always wearing your emotions on your sleeve!

    #emotionalwreck #icry #tears #emotionsgetthebestofme #emotions #icryatwork #cantletitgo #openpositions #fairness #toomuchtoask
  • 42 0 25 June, 2019
  • I am trying my hardest over here. The past two days I have been a bucket full of emotions. I counted today. I had 4 little moments where tears fell from my face. Someone said good morning to me and I teared up! What is wrong with me?!? #hormones if so I need some #hormonesupport or I have to have some #hormoneimbalance either way OH MY GOODNESS!

Point to this... I am soooo fricking tired I just want to fall asleep! But nope! I will make it to taekwondo. I will do my booty workout. I will prepare my lunch for tomorrow and do it all over. Minus the crying.

Make it happen!

#icryatwork #icried #imtired #tired #makeithappen #noexcuses #none #notone
  • I am trying my hardest over here. The past two days I have been a bucket full of emotions. I counted today. I had 4 little moments where tears fell from my face. Someone said good morning to me and I teared up! What is wrong with me?!? #hormones if so I need some #hormonesupport or I have to have some #hormoneimbalance either way OH MY GOODNESS!

    Point to this... I am soooo fricking tired I just want to fall asleep! But nope! I will make it to taekwondo. I will do my booty workout. I will prepare my lunch for tomorrow and do it all over. Minus the crying.

    Make it happen!

    #icryatwork #icried #imtired #tired #makeithappen #noexcuses #none #notone
  • 40 3 7 hours ago
  • M O N D A Y reminder (to myself and to you beautiful people) 💪 #mentalhealthmonday
  • M O N D A Y reminder (to myself and to you beautiful people) 💪 #mentalhealthmonday
  • 81 15 17 June, 2019
  • I guess work on a Saturday isn’t always bad with friends like these inspiring firecrackers 🧨🤩 #icryatwork
  • I guess work on a Saturday isn’t always bad with friends like these inspiring firecrackers 🧨🤩 #icryatwork
  • 75 1 8 June, 2019
  • Today I cried at work. Well... I was working from home, but it still counts. I got off a call, on which one more big project had been added to my plate. And my plate is like more of a platter, so any additions can be hazardous if spilled. So I cried and I held Cooper because he actually gives real hugs + he licks the tears off my face and I can tell he’s doing it with love and concern. For a pup, he’s honestly a fantastic hugger. 
Anywho, I got through the rest of the day and continually reminded myself that I aaamm cut out for this crazy startup life even though I hit my limit and broke down. Funny how we can be accomplishing so much and still tell ourselves we aren’t cut out for it - when obviously the amount of shit we’re handling is proof that we are 100% handling it! 🙈 oy vey 
Luckily we had dinner plans for the evening so I could leave the house and clear my head for a bit.  Our end of the table ordered pitchers of sangria and I also got a G&T (obvi) which is how I ended up with these two lovely glasses in my photo. I went to take a selfie with my 2 glasses - proof that my day was rough - and when I flipped the camera around I just started laughing at the image in front of me. 😂 It really couldn’t have aligned any better. 
I wanted to post this photo to remind myself that when the glass feels half empty, it doesn’t mean that things won’t end up aligning. And sometimes you gotta laugh it off and then get back to work. #icryatwork #startuplife #likeaboss  #werkitgirl #igotthis #mentalhealthmatters  #bossbabemovement
  • Today I cried at work. Well... I was working from home, but it still counts. I got off a call, on which one more big project had been added to my plate. And my plate is like more of a platter, so any additions can be hazardous if spilled. So I cried and I held Cooper because he actually gives real hugs + he licks the tears off my face and I can tell he’s doing it with love and concern. For a pup, he’s honestly a fantastic hugger.
    Anywho, I got through the rest of the day and continually reminded myself that I aaamm cut out for this crazy startup life even though I hit my limit and broke down. Funny how we can be accomplishing so much and still tell ourselves we aren’t cut out for it - when obviously the amount of shit we’re handling is proof that we are 100% handling it! 🙈 oy vey
    Luckily we had dinner plans for the evening so I could leave the house and clear my head for a bit. Our end of the table ordered pitchers of sangria and I also got a G&T (obvi) which is how I ended up with these two lovely glasses in my photo. I went to take a selfie with my 2 glasses - proof that my day was rough - and when I flipped the camera around I just started laughing at the image in front of me. 😂 It really couldn’t have aligned any better.
    I wanted to post this photo to remind myself that when the glass feels half empty, it doesn’t mean that things won’t end up aligning. And sometimes you gotta laugh it off and then get back to work. #icryatwork #startuplife #likeaboss #werkitgirl #igotthis #mentalhealthmatters #bossbabemovement
  • 88 29 8 June, 2019
  • #vulnerability isn’t always about showing others when you feel weak...it’s also about owning your gifts, talents and passions and showing up with #authenticity. Owning who God made you to be is a great honor to your Creator, and a great inspiration to others.
  • #vulnerability isn’t always about showing others when you feel weak...it’s also about owning your gifts, talents and passions and showing up with #authenticity . Owning who God made you to be is a great honor to your Creator, and a great inspiration to others.
  • 41 1 2 June, 2019
  • Tears are not to be feared! 💦 It’s a natural human response to things both good and bad. Embrace your humanity and create a safe space inside your head—a nurturing and positive inner voice to cheer yourself on and comfort yourself when you need reassurance. 🌸Design Eye: Did you notice I used the same sculpture image in all three of my last graphic design posts? Subtle changes to a simple concept/image can keep your content feeling fresh but consistent. DM to inquire about graphic design or photography services for your brand or event!
☀️Have a gorgeous Saturday!
  • Tears are not to be feared! 💦 It’s a natural human response to things both good and bad. Embrace your humanity and create a safe space inside your head—a nurturing and positive inner voice to cheer yourself on and comfort yourself when you need reassurance. 🌸Design Eye: Did you notice I used the same sculpture image in all three of my last graphic design posts? Subtle changes to a simple concept/image can keep your content feeling fresh but consistent. DM to inquire about graphic design or photography services for your brand or event!
    ☀️Have a gorgeous Saturday!
  • 36 1 1 June, 2019
  • 🌈 Really proud of @shopbando and @jengotch for taking a stand to end the stigma around showing emotions at work. They have declared today as #internationalicryatworkday to shed light on this issue that has, in my opinion, been hidden under the guise of “professionalism” for far too long. We don’t stop being human the minute we clock in. Especially as a small-business owner, I have felt the overwhelm of putting out fire after fire and taking on the mountain of stress and anxiety that comes with being an entrepreneur. And I have cried at work, many times. Instead of choosing the archaic route of feeling shame around expressing emotion at work, I’ve chosen to embrace the fact that being vulnerable and showing up as who I truly am is a sign of strength, courage and emotional maturity. I believe that a huge part of being a great leader (and an evolved human being) is embracing the fullness of who you are. Allowing yourself to feel your emotions and express them authentically allows you to create deep and real connections with others. Here’s to creating a safe space in the workplace for expressing emotions and, instead of condemning it, learning how to support ourselves and each other when these moments arise. 🙏💛💧
#icryatwork #liveauthentically #girlboss #theundress #mentalhealthawareness 
#Repost @shopbando with @get_repost
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Today is #InternationalICryAtWorkDay a day we created to have a day to share stories of crying at work to help end the stigma of showing emotions at work, and to connect together and see that you're not alone. "We spend so much of our lives at work, [and] we are certainly going to spend a percentage of that emoting," Jen told @mindbodygreen. "It's a day to encourage all of us to embrace something that is so common and yet strangely stigmatized and rarely talked about." We believe that crying at work is a sign of passion, not weakness, and we are so happy so many of you are sharing your stories as well. Check out the #InternationalICryAtWork hashtag and the comments on our posts from this week, and you may see that someone else had a similar situation as you.
  • 🌈 Really proud of @shopbando and @jengotch for taking a stand to end the stigma around showing emotions at work. They have declared today as #internationalicryatworkday to shed light on this issue that has, in my opinion, been hidden under the guise of “professionalism” for far too long. We don’t stop being human the minute we clock in. Especially as a small-business owner, I have felt the overwhelm of putting out fire after fire and taking on the mountain of stress and anxiety that comes with being an entrepreneur. And I have cried at work, many times. Instead of choosing the archaic route of feeling shame around expressing emotion at work, I’ve chosen to embrace the fact that being vulnerable and showing up as who I truly am is a sign of strength, courage and emotional maturity. I believe that a huge part of being a great leader (and an evolved human being) is embracing the fullness of who you are. Allowing yourself to feel your emotions and express them authentically allows you to create deep and real connections with others. Here’s to creating a safe space in the workplace for expressing emotions and, instead of condemning it, learning how to support ourselves and each other when these moments arise. 🙏💛💧
    #icryatwork #liveauthentically #girlboss #theundress #mentalhealthawareness
    #Repost @shopbando with @get_repost
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    Today is #InternationalICryAtWorkDay a day we created to have a day to share stories of crying at work to help end the stigma of showing emotions at work, and to connect together and see that you're not alone. "We spend so much of our lives at work, [and] we are certainly going to spend a percentage of that emoting," Jen told @mindbodygreen. "It's a day to encourage all of us to embrace something that is so common and yet strangely stigmatized and rarely talked about." We believe that crying at work is a sign of passion, not weakness, and we are so happy so many of you are sharing your stories as well. Check out the #InternationalICryAtWork hashtag and the comments on our posts from this week, and you may see that someone else had a similar situation as you.
  • 49 1 1 June, 2019
  • cried watching homeward bound the incredible journey with my kid today how about you 
#icryatwork
  • cried watching homeward bound the incredible journey with my kid today how about you
    #icryatwork
  • 224 38 1 June, 2019
  • 🙃 #InternationalICryatWork 🙁

One of my worst crying moments at work was a revolution for me. I had finally got that position I was aiming so hard for. I learned the ropes, felt confident, and was a hell of a sassy boss who didn’t take any bs from anyone including my peers. I butted heads with this particular co worker. I didn’t like their work ethic and I hated how they used their amount of years worked for the company as a weapon. I made this person on a daily basis know how they made me feel. They usually took it and acted as if it wasn’t something that bothered them. But one day, something changed and they felt they needed to address me. We sat in the back and that was the beginning of a conversation that shouldn’t have happened. They wanted to know how I felt and I told them with no filter. I made them feel so small because I felt small. With all actions placed, there are consequences. I instantly got written up. Immediately understanding why, I broke down to my boss. Mind you me and my boss had a great relationship. They were always there for me, they made me feel heard, and they always helped me understand things in a different perspective. I knew right then and there where I went wrong, what kind of person I turned into, and let myself cry in front of them because I knew I was better than this. I was disappointed in myself mainly because I spent months working my ass off to get to where I am and possibly risked my job just because I wanted to make someone feel bad? This point in my life was hard. I didn’t know who I was or what proper communication and understanding felt like and I surely didn’t think of that person’s feelings. And I wasn’t the only one making these mistakes and I wasn’t the only one crying on a common basis. Taking care of yourself matters. Being there for your team is valuable. Mistakes are going to happen. But most importantly, allowing yourself to grow and learn from them is what matters the most. So the next time you cry at work remember there’s others out there that have made the same mistakes too. The important part is allowing yourself to be there for each other. 🌈🌼☀️ #icryatwork #emotionalintelligence #mentalhealthawareness
  • 🙃 #InternationalICryatWork 🙁

    One of my worst crying moments at work was a revolution for me. I had finally got that position I was aiming so hard for. I learned the ropes, felt confident, and was a hell of a sassy boss who didn’t take any bs from anyone including my peers. I butted heads with this particular co worker. I didn’t like their work ethic and I hated how they used their amount of years worked for the company as a weapon. I made this person on a daily basis know how they made me feel. They usually took it and acted as if it wasn’t something that bothered them. But one day, something changed and they felt they needed to address me. We sat in the back and that was the beginning of a conversation that shouldn’t have happened. They wanted to know how I felt and I told them with no filter. I made them feel so small because I felt small. With all actions placed, there are consequences. I instantly got written up. Immediately understanding why, I broke down to my boss. Mind you me and my boss had a great relationship. They were always there for me, they made me feel heard, and they always helped me understand things in a different perspective. I knew right then and there where I went wrong, what kind of person I turned into, and let myself cry in front of them because I knew I was better than this. I was disappointed in myself mainly because I spent months working my ass off to get to where I am and possibly risked my job just because I wanted to make someone feel bad? This point in my life was hard. I didn’t know who I was or what proper communication and understanding felt like and I surely didn’t think of that person’s feelings. And I wasn’t the only one making these mistakes and I wasn’t the only one crying on a common basis. Taking care of yourself matters. Being there for your team is valuable. Mistakes are going to happen. But most importantly, allowing yourself to grow and learn from them is what matters the most. So the next time you cry at work remember there’s others out there that have made the same mistakes too. The important part is allowing yourself to be there for each other. 🌈🌼☀️ #icryatwork #emotionalintelligence #mentalhealthawareness
  • 100 9 1 June, 2019
  • In honor of the last day of #mentalhealthawarenessmonth I want to take a moment to honor #resilience and emotional intelligence. Often times our culture lacks these two skills. The conversation around mental health can be tone deaf to the reality of mental health as a universal human condition. 
It’s taken me a long time to embrace my sensitivity as a superpower. At times I have taken my resilience for granted, but it’s a choice and a skill learned and honed over time. Having GAD and suffering from depression don’t make me less than. Perhaps if anything they help me be compassionate for myself and others who feel the world a little differently.

#mentalhealthawareness #letstalkaboutit #thefutureisstigmafree #icryatwork #internationalicryatworkday
  • In honor of the last day of #mentalhealthawarenessmonth I want to take a moment to honor #resilience and emotional intelligence. Often times our culture lacks these two skills. The conversation around mental health can be tone deaf to the reality of mental health as a universal human condition.
    It’s taken me a long time to embrace my sensitivity as a superpower. At times I have taken my resilience for granted, but it’s a choice and a skill learned and honed over time. Having GAD and suffering from depression don’t make me less than. Perhaps if anything they help me be compassionate for myself and others who feel the world a little differently.

    #mentalhealthawareness #letstalkaboutit #thefutureisstigmafree #icryatwork #internationalicryatworkday
  • 83 4 31 May, 2019
  • To end #mentalhealthawareness month, let's talk about crying at work. In my first real job after college, I had a meeting with a manager where I started to cry. She told me that it didn't bother her, but one of our other female managers would have none of it, so not to do it again. I'm an emotional person, this would be hard for me. I've gone into many a bathroom stall and tried to cry as silently as possible. When my husband lost his job. When I found out a friends husband was sick. When I lost my job. When I didn't get the promotion I applied for. Pretty much the entire week after the 2016 election. You get the idea. This past year, I got disappointing news at work, and try as I might, I couldn't keep the tears at bay. The harder I tried NOT to cry, the harder I did. At this point, I'm with a different company with a male manager. Instead of making me feel bad or weak, he pulled me into a conference room and let me cry. He reassured me and made me feel better. He let me get myself together and went and packed up my bag for me (it was close to the end of the day) so I wouldn't have to walk back through the office with my tear stained face, and let me go home a little early. While that first manager made me learn how to keep my emotions in check, especially in a lot of male-dominated industries, I wish she had been more like my recent manager. Kind and understanding. It's okay to cry at work. Don't let anyone tell you different. #internationalicryatworkday
  • To end #mentalhealthawareness month, let's talk about crying at work. In my first real job after college, I had a meeting with a manager where I started to cry. She told me that it didn't bother her, but one of our other female managers would have none of it, so not to do it again. I'm an emotional person, this would be hard for me. I've gone into many a bathroom stall and tried to cry as silently as possible. When my husband lost his job. When I found out a friends husband was sick. When I lost my job. When I didn't get the promotion I applied for. Pretty much the entire week after the 2016 election. You get the idea. This past year, I got disappointing news at work, and try as I might, I couldn't keep the tears at bay. The harder I tried NOT to cry, the harder I did. At this point, I'm with a different company with a male manager. Instead of making me feel bad or weak, he pulled me into a conference room and let me cry. He reassured me and made me feel better. He let me get myself together and went and packed up my bag for me (it was close to the end of the day) so I wouldn't have to walk back through the office with my tear stained face, and let me go home a little early. While that first manager made me learn how to keep my emotions in check, especially in a lot of male-dominated industries, I wish she had been more like my recent manager. Kind and understanding. It's okay to cry at work. Don't let anyone tell you different. #internationalicryatworkday
  • 53 6 31 May, 2019
  • ✨😭🌈✨ when @shopbando first posted this shirt, I gifted it to myself IMMEDIATELY. It makes me laugh, but really tho, #icryatwork for more reasons than I can count 😳. Sure, when I’m tired, run down, and frustrated with other people, but most often when I’m upset with myself. I hold yours truly to an impossibly high standard (hoping those around me are doing the same) and that work ethic as gotten me where I am today, but it can obviously bottle up and bubble over at a moment’s notice. I can be my own worst enemy, and toughest critic!

I’m also VERY uncomfortable standing up for myself and demanding the things I work pretty damn hard to deserve; courtesy, consideration, compensation, or just a little more gd r.e.s.p.e.c.t! Confrontation is THE worst, but being your own advocate is a necessity...you, your time, your value, and your sanity are worth fighting for 💪 even if it brings on the waterworks 💙💧.
Gonna celebrate  #internationalicryatworkday with @yogatothepeople...sweat out the stress, quiet my tireless mind, and start the weekend with a sense of personal accomplishment #namastemotherfuckers 🙏. thank you @shopbando @jengotch !!
  • ✨😭🌈✨ when @shopbando first posted this shirt, I gifted it to myself IMMEDIATELY. It makes me laugh, but really tho, #icryatwork for more reasons than I can count 😳. Sure, when I’m tired, run down, and frustrated with other people, but most often when I’m upset with myself. I hold yours truly to an impossibly high standard (hoping those around me are doing the same) and that work ethic as gotten me where I am today, but it can obviously bottle up and bubble over at a moment’s notice. I can be my own worst enemy, and toughest critic!

    I’m also VERY uncomfortable standing up for myself and demanding the things I work pretty damn hard to deserve; courtesy, consideration, compensation, or just a little more gd r.e.s.p.e.c.t! Confrontation is THE worst, but being your own advocate is a necessity...you, your time, your value, and your sanity are worth fighting for 💪 even if it brings on the waterworks 💙💧.
    Gonna celebrate #internationalicryatworkday with @yogatothepeople...sweat out the stress, quiet my tireless mind, and start the weekend with a sense of personal accomplishment #namastemotherfuckers 🙏. thank you @shopbando @jengotch !!
  • 49 8 31 May, 2019
  • Crying, but make it glitter. 
It’s #internationalicryatworkday as coined by @shopbando in order to help destigmatize emotions at work. Aka now officially one of my favourite campaigns ever. 
I remember the first time I cried in an office environment. It was my first job out of university, a few months in and I ended up crying to my manager because I was being blamed for something that wasn’t my fault by a member of upper management. I felt like showing that emotion made me weak, and unprofessional, and that my manager was judging me for it. Little did I know that would be the first of many occasions crying in that office, although most afterwards took place in the loos. Crying at work is okay. I’ve made friends through mutual loo-crying sessions, I’ve hidden in cupboards to text friends who were crying in the loos at their office, I’ve even sat sobbing at my desk whilst having to power on through to get work done because I was too busy. You should never have a job that makes you cry on a regular basis, but we’re all human and every now and then things (work related or not) get a little too much. It’s okay to show emotion at work, and employers should support you in those times. I’m lucky enough to now work for a company that never makes me want to cry, but I know if/when things do get a little too much I’m surrounded by a team I can talk to and who will support me. And that’s the best feeling. #icryatwork
  • Crying, but make it glitter.
    It’s #internationalicryatworkday as coined by @shopbando in order to help destigmatize emotions at work. Aka now officially one of my favourite campaigns ever.
    I remember the first time I cried in an office environment. It was my first job out of university, a few months in and I ended up crying to my manager because I was being blamed for something that wasn’t my fault by a member of upper management. I felt like showing that emotion made me weak, and unprofessional, and that my manager was judging me for it. Little did I know that would be the first of many occasions crying in that office, although most afterwards took place in the loos. Crying at work is okay. I’ve made friends through mutual loo-crying sessions, I’ve hidden in cupboards to text friends who were crying in the loos at their office, I’ve even sat sobbing at my desk whilst having to power on through to get work done because I was too busy. You should never have a job that makes you cry on a regular basis, but we’re all human and every now and then things (work related or not) get a little too much. It’s okay to show emotion at work, and employers should support you in those times. I’m lucky enough to now work for a company that never makes me want to cry, but I know if/when things do get a little too much I’m surrounded by a team I can talk to and who will support me. And that’s the best feeling. #icryatwork
  • 63 11 31 May, 2019
  • I cried at work yesterday. A lot. And I did my best not to apologize for it. Today is #internationalicryatworkday to help destigmatize emotions at work and to show you’re not alone. We spend a lot of time at work (like...25% of the year 😱) and it’s no surprise that we end up going through a full range of emotions while on the clock.  I’m not the first person who has cried at work and I certainly won’t be the last, but we don’t talk about it enough and that may be part of the problem. I used to apologize for being emotional at work. I would be embarrassed for having an anxiety attack or crying when I was frustrated. 🛑 No apology necessary!!! Emotions are my superpower and if that means I cry at work sometimes, so be it! 😭🥳
  • I cried at work yesterday. A lot. And I did my best not to apologize for it. Today is #internationalicryatworkday to help destigmatize emotions at work and to show you’re not alone. We spend a lot of time at work (like...25% of the year 😱) and it’s no surprise that we end up going through a full range of emotions while on the clock. I’m not the first person who has cried at work and I certainly won’t be the last, but we don’t talk about it enough and that may be part of the problem. I used to apologize for being emotional at work. I would be embarrassed for having an anxiety attack or crying when I was frustrated. 🛑 No apology necessary!!! Emotions are my superpower and if that means I cry at work sometimes, so be it! 😭🥳
  • 115 19 31 May, 2019
  • I got inspired by Bando’s #internationalicryatworkday! Sometimes my emotions get the best of me and I have a good cry at work. A lot of people have this problem too but we don’t talk about it nearly enough! Crying is not weak. It is a tool that can help process big emotions and talking about it shouldn’t be such a taboo! #icryatwork
  • I got inspired by Bando’s #internationalicryatworkday ! Sometimes my emotions get the best of me and I have a good cry at work. A lot of people have this problem too but we don’t talk about it nearly enough! Crying is not weak. It is a tool that can help process big emotions and talking about it shouldn’t be such a taboo! #icryatwork
  • 100 5 29 May, 2019
  • A reminder that even when things are bright and sunny someone can be struggling inside. I’m trying to learn to be more in tune with myself and that includes where I’m at emotionally. It’s easier said than done 🙈. This was taken after having just spent half an hour upset and crying. This is not a picture that makes me feel my best. This is a photo that reminds to ask for help when my plate is overloaded, that it’s important to make time to center yourself, and there’s no shame in the fact that sometimes #icryatwork 💛 #mentalhealthawareness #bandocolorweek
  • A reminder that even when things are bright and sunny someone can be struggling inside. I’m trying to learn to be more in tune with myself and that includes where I’m at emotionally. It’s easier said than done 🙈. This was taken after having just spent half an hour upset and crying. This is not a picture that makes me feel my best. This is a photo that reminds to ask for help when my plate is overloaded, that it’s important to make time to center yourself, and there’s no shame in the fact that sometimes #icryatwork 💛 #mentalhealthawareness #bandocolorweek
  • 72 6 3 May, 2019
  • Do you ever walk into your workplace and cry from happiness because you see the way your team treats your business as if it were theirs and you’re just so grateful to hear their peals of laughter while they’re washing the dishes and you think of them every time the business seems untenable and you want to give up? WELL I DO. #teambavette for the win.
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PS thanks everyone for such a great week- we’re busier and busier and I can give these girls more and more work because you continue to support us even though we cost more and we’re less convenient than lots of your other options. I cry from happiness when I think of you guys, too.
Xx melissa
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#icryatwork #normalizecrying #letstalkaboutfeelings #bavettemeat #goodfood #eatbettermeat #butcher #meat #butchers
  • Do you ever walk into your workplace and cry from happiness because you see the way your team treats your business as if it were theirs and you’re just so grateful to hear their peals of laughter while they’re washing the dishes and you think of them every time the business seems untenable and you want to give up? WELL I DO. #teambavette for the win.
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    PS thanks everyone for such a great week- we’re busier and busier and I can give these girls more and more work because you continue to support us even though we cost more and we’re less convenient than lots of your other options. I cry from happiness when I think of you guys, too.
    Xx melissa



    #icryatwork #normalizecrying #letstalkaboutfeelings #bavettemeat #goodfood #eatbettermeat #butcher #meat #butchers
  • 86 2 15 April, 2019
  • I guess this is true for me today. As I found out one of my dearest friends since 1999 has blocked me from all social media. Maybe even blocked my number. I haven’t tried to reach out. All because of a miscommunication? All because I did not say I’m sorry for miss interpreting our plans? It was an honest mistake and I shouldn’t have had to apologize for that. One of the reasons I haven’t reached out for the past 3 weeks is that I get mad. Mad at the response she sent saying “it was my fault.” “What I put her daughter through.” “Friendship out of convenience” um I beg to differ. I’m the one who reaches out to my friends with kids to see when they are available. She never responds. I’m sorry what I put your daughter through?!?! What did put your daughter through?! She’s 3. I’m sure what you did, she will be fine. I didn’t put your daughter through anything. I had a conversation about this with my hair gal and she had the conversation that if we people make plans with our friends who have kids and we non kiddo people have to break them, it’s our fault for breaking the plans and all hell breaks loose. But if she breaks the plans then we have to feel sorry for her (in so many words, not exact). I just don’t get it. Maybe I should reach out? Maybe I should just let it be? Maybe it is time to move on from these girls. Not going to get started on the other one with kids as ever since I met her in 2001 its been all about her and making me feel bad for the choices that I made as they weren’t up to her standards. .
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Maybe it is time to let them both go. Friendships of 20 years.... let them go. 😔
#whattodo #friendships #supposed #lifetime #girlstopapologizing #letitgo #howtoletfriendshipsgo #friendscomeandgo #friendswithkids #idonthavechildren #itsnotmyfault #stopblamingme #insight #help #howtoletthisgo #howtoletgo #ataloss #atalossforwords #imayjustcry #icryatwork #exhausted
  • I guess this is true for me today. As I found out one of my dearest friends since 1999 has blocked me from all social media. Maybe even blocked my number. I haven’t tried to reach out. All because of a miscommunication? All because I did not say I’m sorry for miss interpreting our plans? It was an honest mistake and I shouldn’t have had to apologize for that. One of the reasons I haven’t reached out for the past 3 weeks is that I get mad. Mad at the response she sent saying “it was my fault.” “What I put her daughter through.” “Friendship out of convenience” um I beg to differ. I’m the one who reaches out to my friends with kids to see when they are available. She never responds. I’m sorry what I put your daughter through?!?! What did put your daughter through?! She’s 3. I’m sure what you did, she will be fine. I didn’t put your daughter through anything. I had a conversation about this with my hair gal and she had the conversation that if we people make plans with our friends who have kids and we non kiddo people have to break them, it’s our fault for breaking the plans and all hell breaks loose. But if she breaks the plans then we have to feel sorry for her (in so many words, not exact). I just don’t get it. Maybe I should reach out? Maybe I should just let it be? Maybe it is time to move on from these girls. Not going to get started on the other one with kids as ever since I met her in 2001 its been all about her and making me feel bad for the choices that I made as they weren’t up to her standards. .
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    Maybe it is time to let them both go. Friendships of 20 years.... let them go. 😔
    #whattodo #friendships #supposed #lifetime #girlstopapologizing #letitgo #howtoletfriendshipsgo #friendscomeandgo #friendswithkids #idonthavechildren #itsnotmyfault #stopblamingme #insight #help #howtoletthisgo #howtoletgo #ataloss #atalossforwords #imayjustcry #icryatwork #exhausted
  • 10 0 10 April, 2019
  • EVERYBODY CRIES. Sometimes it’s at work! There might even be tears on that very Trash Tee—who knows what moving thoughts were running through our minds as we meditatively packed and shipped them to @shopbando. 
If you want to wear your heart on your sleeve (or chest) you can buy a 100% recycled cotton, tear-infused tee made by us by visiting shopbando.com. Then put it on and just LET THEM FLOW. 🌈 graphic by @bkaspr 
#everybodyworld #bando #icryatwork
  • EVERYBODY CRIES. Sometimes it’s at work! There might even be tears on that very Trash Tee—who knows what moving thoughts were running through our minds as we meditatively packed and shipped them to @shopbando.
    If you want to wear your heart on your sleeve (or chest) you can buy a 100% recycled cotton, tear-infused tee made by us by visiting shopbando.com. Then put it on and just LET THEM FLOW. 🌈 graphic by @bkaspr
    #everybodyworld #bando #icryatwork
  • 836 31 27 March, 2019
  • Story of my life!  I overthink EVERYTHING. All of the time. Most recent, this has to do with an interview question. At the very end I was asked “how I support diversity?” Immediate thoughts go through my head, personally? Professionally? How does this relate to the workplace? I’ve never been asked this before. I didn’t have a prepared response. I rambled for a bit and then I don’t know why but I said “I like elephants. I know that’s not a culture but they’re in Africa and I want to go there.” 🤦🏻‍♀️yes I know! Say what?! Exactly. 
I’ve been beating myself up about this response since Thursday. .
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So this episode couldn’t have come at a better time. Starting my second listen to this episode. @chalenejohnson hit the nail on the head with the what if’s, dropping my unrealistic expectations. Stop waiting for the perfect opportunity to come my way, as it’s never going to come. I need to make it happen. Thank you for reminding me! I will start to write down those unruly thoughts to get them out of my head. And hopefully not ever mention I like elephants in an interview! .
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#whataday #icryatwork #workrelated #change #makeithappen #thechaleneshow #unrealisticexpectations  #letiggo #stopoverthinking #plantofail #opportunity #interview #interviewquestion #podcast #loveit #writitdown #journal #starttoday #iammadeformore #gitchasome
  • Story of my life! I overthink EVERYTHING. All of the time. Most recent, this has to do with an interview question. At the very end I was asked “how I support diversity?” Immediate thoughts go through my head, personally? Professionally? How does this relate to the workplace? I’ve never been asked this before. I didn’t have a prepared response. I rambled for a bit and then I don’t know why but I said “I like elephants. I know that’s not a culture but they’re in Africa and I want to go there.” 🤦🏻‍♀️yes I know! Say what?! Exactly.
    I’ve been beating myself up about this response since Thursday. .
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    So this episode couldn’t have come at a better time. Starting my second listen to this episode. @chalenejohnson hit the nail on the head with the what if’s, dropping my unrealistic expectations. Stop waiting for the perfect opportunity to come my way, as it’s never going to come. I need to make it happen. Thank you for reminding me! I will start to write down those unruly thoughts to get them out of my head. And hopefully not ever mention I like elephants in an interview! .
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    #whataday #icryatwork #workrelated #change #makeithappen #thechaleneshow #unrealisticexpectations #letiggo #stopoverthinking #plantofail #opportunity #interview #interviewquestion #podcast #loveit #writitdown #journal #starttoday #iammadeformore #gitchasome
  • 22 1 25 March, 2019
  • This is the remanence of my drive home filled with unstoppable crying. I was listening to The Rise Together podcast and it was the episode of their adoption journey. Very touching. I was almost home and it hit! Their story just hit home for some reason. I don’t have kids. Not married. Just turned forty. Am I really ok with not having kids? I say I go back and forth,but yet I have the thought that I dont want to miss out. But then I like the life we have. We can pick up and go whenever we please. Not have to worry about another mouth to feed. Selfish I agree but it’s fun. But that missing out on something. Bringing a child into this world was something  I always wanted. Be a stay at home mom, like my Italian mother. Get married young, lie my Italian mother. Will I be happy with not having a child? All the thoughts that plagued my mind. Tears rolled down my face. I wondered what the car thought in front as they looked at me in their rear view mirror.  And then I pulled into my garage. Went inside. Dropped my rings off and immediately crawled into bed, pulled the covers over my head and just cried. Hysterically bawled my eyeballs out. And then I stopped. I had to pee. .
Dinner time and a glass of wine and I write this. My feelings as I share. Not knowing exactly what I want. Not knowing exactly what I need. Deep breath lady. Enjoy your wine. .
#rachelhollis #risetogether #podcast #rise #hollisco #iamme #idontknowwhatiwant #wants #needs #children #icry #icryonmydrivehome #icryatwork #icryallthetime #wheredoigofromhere #thoughts #adventure #podcasts #ohmy #whatshappeningtome #thisisforty #deepbreath #feelings #notsure #iammadeformore
  • This is the remanence of my drive home filled with unstoppable crying. I was listening to The Rise Together podcast and it was the episode of their adoption journey. Very touching. I was almost home and it hit! Their story just hit home for some reason. I don’t have kids. Not married. Just turned forty. Am I really ok with not having kids? I say I go back and forth,but yet I have the thought that I dont want to miss out. But then I like the life we have. We can pick up and go whenever we please. Not have to worry about another mouth to feed. Selfish I agree but it’s fun. But that missing out on something. Bringing a child into this world was something I always wanted. Be a stay at home mom, like my Italian mother. Get married young, lie my Italian mother. Will I be happy with not having a child? All the thoughts that plagued my mind. Tears rolled down my face. I wondered what the car thought in front as they looked at me in their rear view mirror. And then I pulled into my garage. Went inside. Dropped my rings off and immediately crawled into bed, pulled the covers over my head and just cried. Hysterically bawled my eyeballs out. And then I stopped. I had to pee. .
    Dinner time and a glass of wine and I write this. My feelings as I share. Not knowing exactly what I want. Not knowing exactly what I need. Deep breath lady. Enjoy your wine. .
    #rachelhollis #risetogether #podcast #rise #hollisco #iamme #idontknowwhatiwant #wants #needs #children #icry #icryonmydrivehome #icryatwork #icryallthetime #wheredoigofromhere #thoughts #adventure #podcasts #ohmy #whatshappeningtome #thisisforty #deepbreath #feelings #notsure #iammadeformore
  • 15 0 16 March, 2019
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