How can you go from a world full of self doubt and reasons you can't succeed to a place of confidence? Maybe it's time to start asking: Why not me? Why not now?
May is Mental Health Awareness month, and my message to you is to surround yourself with people who understand that depression and anxiety are NOT your fault or your failure.
Mindfulness as a practice can seem overwhelming. Here are some easy steps to start your journey toward full presence.
What it's like to live with major depressive disorder. My experience handling major depressions and the life I get to live in between.
These five tips are part of an arsenal I use to combat my worst depressions. Celebrate World Mental Health Day by using some for yourself.
I've been fighting some post birthday blues and feeling unsettled. Here's the mantra I've been working through.
The world doesn't have to be a perfect place for us to celebrate perfect moments. Read the difference between happiness and joy.
Suicide is a process - not an automatic adaptation to circumstances. We as support groups and strugglers can undo those processes that allow for suicide.
The depressed brain is not always a logical brain. Here are five things that a depressed person may really need to hear while they retrain their brain.
So here's the kicker. Ya, things are dope and getting doper in my little, changed life. But none of it, not one second of it has been easy.
Sorry for the cliche definition beginning to a post, but I swear it's relevant: invalid: noun: a person made weak or disabled by illness or injury adjective: not conforming to the correct format or specifications I would say that the former definition describes me and the latter my life. I've been working for a few years … Continue reading Thoughts: My Invalid Life