I can not count the number of times that people have been surprised when I tell them about my past or my struggles with my mental health. Through all I've endured starting in early childhood, the world has given me every reason to be a hostile human-being, yet I'm so positive and optimistic. After getting … Continue reading Why Everyone is Suprised That I Struggle With Mental Health; What I Wish You Knew
I swore to myself that I’d never let myself get as low as I once went, and I wasn’t allowing myself brake that promise.
It was a lesson learned that God does not cause pain, nor does he prevent it. However, God uses that hurt to enter into our soul to heal, and by letting him in, even though we feel betrayed, our faith is strengthened.
By focusing on myself, my goal is to find my missing piece and find the mental happiness that I desire.
To end 2019 and welcome 2020, I'm taking a look back at the work published in 2019 to countdown the top 5 most viewed posts. #5 I’m Sorry to the Person I Almost Lost A personal favorite of mine from a literature standpoint. An emotional apology to a younger version of myself, one of the first … Continue reading Top 5 of 2019
I can tell you that it's okay not to be okay every day of your life. But until you can accept that you need to heal your mind, you won't be able to find mental happiness. I'm writing this for myself just as much as I'm writing this for you. The mind is a messy … Continue reading Season of Healing
Prioritizing your mental health does not take the holiday season off.