Awareness is key. When I need time to myself, I take it because I know the impact it can have on me. I know my triggers and when I’m mentally… Read more Know your limits →
This is definitely a personal one because it took some introspection to see how huge of an impact it can make in someone’s life. I know what it is like… Read more Perspectives →
My mother died my junior year in college. I went right back to school after her funeral. I was numb and I didn’t want to deal with my feelings. I… Read more Bereavement →
Routine provides stability and comfort because it provides you with expectations. Yet it can lead to stagnation and inability to handle change. When I learn to accept that there are… Read more Flexibility in my accountability →
Since my About Me page is a little discreet and lacking information, I thought I would do an introduction with utilizing questions from @beccadoeslifethings’ post. I hope it gives some insight into my story/journey and why I’m passionate about changing the tone and view of mental illnesses. What mental illness do you have? I have been diagnosed with Bipolar II Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Bulimia. I have a history of OCD tendencies and was misdiagnosed at first with Clinical Depression. When were you diagnosed? I was diagnosed at the age… Read more Introduction →
May is Mental Health Awareness month. Fight stigma and break the silence.
Never judge the quality of your wisdom on the lack of listeners. Lessons that I have learned regarding my mental illness has made me a better person and given me… Read more Sharing without conviction →
I learned the importance of knowing the difference. My sanity will always priority.