Jadedisland
A Kawaii Memoir

Mentality

The various moments in my life, along with advice, motivations and fashionable perspectives. 

 Cleric - Yukijoro

Inspired by my academic pursuit and personal roots with psychology, mental health, and healing Yukijoro is the second facet I named. The myth of the fantasy creature/spirit and ice deity spoke to me when I read about, "the woman who died in winter". After experiencing and overcoming some of severe trials of my own, I often felt like I was trapped in ice, looking towards a positive and beautiful world. So the frozen healer holding a mirror is one of my perceptions of self. My stronger, but perhaps melancholic, muse helped me through loneliness and isolation by reshaping my writing voice and emotive style. The focus of my writing style under the influence of my inner muse yukijoro is "mentality" and the overall reflection of the emotions that lie deep within. My hope is to process the life lived and the life I hold now. Of all my writing voices, this is the most true to the me now, I am still the woman who is healing from her winter. This facet has the most presence on my blog, as she is the one reflecting on my journey and experiences. 

You can catch this guide on my main blog sharing my wisdom, experiences, and reflections. 

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Working towards more fulfilling self-love and exploration is the goal of all my writing, and why I explore how I navigate my life. If you feel you need help building an emotive goal, you can now email or message me at your discretion. - E&HS: Setting Emotive Goals


Posts tagged Self
Chapter 31: Setting Emotive Goals

Goals for self-improvement don’t have to be physical all the time. I’ve found that setting a goal for emotional development shapes my life differently. Typically, I work with one at a time, but if you’re strong willed, you can handle three emotive goals at a time without overloading your mental and emotive capabilities.

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Chapter 25: Making you a Priority

“Placing yourself over others is not always selfish. It's a part of self-care that is lasting and better for navigating community and social spaces. I forget to care for me all the time. Thus why I am here to remind you about placing yourself first so that the consequence of not doing that doesn't bite you later on.”

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Chapter 19: Hero with the Wrong Answer

We all are capable of coming to our own conclusions, but sometimes a little help is needed to get there.

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