Fires, pandemics, earthquakes and more. There are so many things hammering away at our mental health. That's why I'm happy you're here.
Life isn't a steady state. Thankfully our pain will be met with joy, our joy met with pain and so on. It's all about what life can teach us.
Because I have PTSD, I am always trying to protect myself from harm. One of the ways I do this is by saying, "I don't need anyone." But is this true?
Believe it or not, you can improve your mental health during a Pandemic. But it requires a sacrifice - can you, do it? Here's the rundown
My success will be slow and incremental, my wellness, dependant on the actions I take. therefore, if I want 2022 be my year of recovery.
While I may be waking up to Christmas in quarantine, I know that there remain millions who are suffering far worse than I. I remained humbled
With the new variant comes new mental health challenges. Could it be driven by greed and ignorance? Here's what I think.
While it may be difficult for you to accept, you must remember, you didn't ask for PTSD. It's not your fault and that's just a fact, ok?
Today, I want to share my best 5 ways to maximize your mental health. With dedication and work, it can be done. Move forward, a bit at a time