Tag: Self-Care

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 a moment. Every second of your existence is a struggle. The struggle is with fear, rituals, anxiety, and depression. It has always been a part […]

This blog post is directly linked to another blog post. You can read it here before you read this post of you like. When My Depression and Anxiety Meet J.E. Skye – Stuck Between Two Worlds This week has been a real challenge for me as I continue to work through my issues with anxiety and […]

So, there is this thing called chaos.  It’s a noun that is defined as complete disorder and confusion.  And I am drawn to it like a moth to light, like bees to honey, women to shopping malls, you get my drift.  I’ve been this way for years upon years.  Only being really cognizant of it […]

Hello Depression, Meet Social Anxiety I have been lucky in 2018. My depression, if any, has been mild. My social anxiety is a mess right now, but to be honest, things have been better with my social anxiety. I have been able to get out in the world for a few hours more this week […]

Top Ten Sleep Hygiene Tips My therapist gave me this great sheet of sleeping tips that will help with my sleep hygiene. Insomnia is always an issue in my life, so I thought today I’d share each one of these tips and if any have helped me. These tips hep added one to two hours […]

I used to get really scared when I was having a Down Day. You know the feeling, the one that many of us call the “Sunday Scaries?” It’s that “I feel sad and I don’t know why” on a random Tuesday feeling. When this happens to me, I typically run through my checklist of usual […]

This is a quest blog post that I was asked to feature on The Bipolar Writer Blog. You can find the authors website here. The link is also below I do not own the content and the subject discussed is of what author wanted to share on my blog. Silent No More! Women carry a […]