I read a post that James, the creator of this blog, wrote a few days ago. He listed out his top coping skills and how they’ve helped him navigate through … Continue reading My mental health coping skills (and a story!)
I am glad to share with you today, 5 more helps for enduring severe depression. These are things I learned during my deepest and darkest depression–the hardest thing I’ve had … Continue reading Depression Survival Tools and Tricks, Part II
“Please Drink Responsibly” is the phrase slapped across every product you must be twenty-one years of age to purchase in the United States. Alcohol has been, is, and always will … Continue reading To Be(er), Or Not To Be(er)
I want to begin by thanking those who participated in the poll that I posted last week. I got a lot of great insight on topics y’all would like to … Continue reading Easier said than done? Work-life balance
As my depression has lifted over the last couple years, and even with it’s dips every so often, I am learning I have a final hurtle to conquer to really … Continue reading The Challenge of Self Love
I sat in the waiting room clutching papers in my hand. For two weeks I had prepared to tell my doctor that I finally began seeing a therapist and that … Continue reading Stabilize
In part two of my Friday Guest blog spot we have another blogger, who wishes to stay anonymous, in which the author describes social media and mental health. This is … Continue reading Friday Guest Blogger: Part II
If you have ever ridden a roller coaster, you understand the excitement and fear that courses through your mind and body as you burst through the track. You experience such … Continue reading Introduction
Our bellies are sacred. They are the seat of our power, our love, our connection to ourselves, each other, our world, and our purpose.
It’s okay if all you did today was survive. The other day I had one of those days. I couldn’t focus. I had trouble getting out of bed. The need … Continue reading In This Mental Illness Life, Some Days You Just Survive
Grief and loss and depression are topics of conversation that should exist, freely and wholly. When we share our stories and give words to our thoughts and feelings, we learn.
This another interview feature article that I have written as part of series you can find here. Interview Features – The Series A Look at Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Anxiety Imagine for … Continue reading Interview Feature – Julia Cirignano