Having gone through depression most of my life, I know first hand how it feels and what rock bottom feels like. I never want others to go through that, but if you are there, let me help you. I did not heal overnight, but the way I healed is now permanent. Stay, read, heal!
Things I talk about; depresssion, anxiety, challenges, self-care, tips, and activities…and maybe some spirituality (and science).
Who Should Love You? Let’s face it, no one ever really taught us how to love ourselves. Heck, we spent most of our lives believing that love is something you got, not something you could feel. But let me tell you, you absolutely can and should be the number one person…
Journaling can help people change their lives. Learn how this simple practice of writing about your life can positively affect your mental health and emotional well-being.
What happens when trauma isn’t dealt with properly. And why ignoring this reality will cost you relationships and self-worth.
You, too, can turn inward by looking outside of yourself and speed up healing. You can learn to harness the pain of open wounds and turn it into wisdom. Five tips to uncover your hurt and turn it into wisdom.
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