Welcome To North Fourth Street
Personal Reflections – Stories – Emotions – Healing
Created By Amy Blair
mom-aspiring author-mental health advocate
I never wanted to write about COVID-19. I typically let my heart, feelings, and God inspire my writing topics.And although I’m not proud to admit this…I’m honestly petrified of COVID.I have a phobia of all viruses, disease, and sickness. I’ve written about it before and how it is a huge trigger to my anxiety. Every […]
When we feel lonely, we blame ourselves, like it is a personal flaw that needs corrected. There are several reasons why people battle with feelings of isolation.
Over the course of nearly two decades, I have tried a handful of prescriptions including Xanax for immediate relief of my panic attacks. I ordered a DVD/CD program on how to overcome panic. I’ve seen four counselors. I downloaded the most tranquil of meditation apps to my phone. I experimented with my diet, starting exercising, […]
At night when I was 10 years old, I would sit in my bed and stare out the window. I looked down the road at the flagpole to see if the flag was blowing. If it was blowing this meant imminent doom. It didn’t matter that there were stars in the sky. I still had […]
I sat down the other night to watch a popular series that everyone has been talking about. I was excited to have a new show and I was pretty confident that I would like it from reading the synopsis. 20 minutes in I felt something I wasn’t too familiar with. I felt repulsed, as my […]
This time last summer I sat in a Drury hotel lobby enjoying their “Kickback hour” as they call it. I was loving the free nachos and cheese. It was exactly what my pregnant self was craving. As I sat there, I was watching all the families buzz around me and my heart felt like it […]
Hi, Hello, it’s me…. remember me? Although you haven’t heard from me in a while, I think about you every day. It’s true. I really do. I think about my followers every day. I wonder what I could write that you need to hear. What about my story should I put on the pages that […]
Nice guys finish last. You’ve heard it said before. I guess that was probably my first thought about Ronnie. “He’s too nice.” I had just come out of a relationship where I had to work and work hard for attention and affection. Now here’s this guy ready and willing to bend at my every request. […]
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