I hope everyone is doing well. I start my new job next week and the girls go back to school on Thursday. I’m so excited about both! It feels like a fresh start and a new beginning. I have been feeling great, and I wake up smiling everyday. It’s a great feeling to climb out… Continue Reading
I just realized the past couple weeks while I’ve been going through some dark times that I haven’t posted much. The trend down took me by surprise because for those weeks, I didn’t even realize I wasn’t posting. I’m not sure if I forgot about it or if these weeks have just been a blur… Continue Reading
The reason so many people commit suicide is because mental health is not looked at as a serious disease. People that don’t know what it is like to fight this battle every day say “you’ll get over it” or “stop over thinking”. Like it can just be shut off. Like we would rather sit here… Continue Reading
I didn’t title this for my aunt, which also makes sense because in less than a year in 2015-2016 we lost 5 close family members, including my young grandpa, my step- grandmother, my aunt Kristina (all very young) and a cousin to non Hodgkin lymphoma. Unfortunately, today I lost another friend. We’ve been friends for… Continue Reading
This is a huge thing that I am still learning. I try to love myself but my brain is constantly telling me to think. My brain never seems to shut off. What are some ways you practice self love? Thank you for reading my blog. Please comment/share/like/follow!
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) states Generalized Anxiety Disorder is “anxiety and worry that is excessive and difficult to control and that occurs more days than not for a period of at least 6 months.” GAD also includes symptoms of fatigue, restlessness, irritability, sleep disturbances, decreased concentration and memory, and muscle tension. This… Continue Reading