2020: More Courage, Self-Control and Joy-December Edition

As I sit down to write this, I feel like I am in disbelief. It just seemed like yesterday I was announcing the theme for this year. This year certainly had its ups and downs. Not just because of the pandemic, but in my personal life. December was a quiet month for me. I showedContinue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-Control and Joy-December Edition”

2020: My Mental Health Journey: I finally found the right therapist

At my first visit to my nurse, I asked her for a referral to see a mental health therapist. I have been having problems sleeping and I have been having episodes of anxiety and depression. My nurse did a quick questionnaire that confirmed that I indeed have been slightly depressed. I had to wait aContinue reading “2020: My Mental Health Journey: I finally found the right therapist”

Being Thankful in Uncertain Times

“Always be joyful. Keep on praying. No matter what happens, always be thankful, for this is God’s Will for you who belong in Christ Jesus.”-1 Thessalonians 16-18 Yesterday, as I was swiping through Facebook, I saw disappointing news of how the world is continuing to change do to the Coronavirus. As I looked around myContinue reading “Being Thankful in Uncertain Times”

How to support your loved one who has Body Dysmorphic Disorder

As you have read about my journey with my eating disorder and Body Dysmorphic Disorder you are probably wondering what you can do to help support a friend or loved one who may be struggling with this. Even though I am not a medical professional or therapist here are 5 tips that have helped meContinue reading “How to support your loved one who has Body Dysmorphic Disorder”

2020: More Courage, Self-Control and Joy-May Edition

Have you ever stopped and just listened to what God is saying to you? That is what I’ve been doing for the month of May. When it comes to courage, I had to show courage when I had to go back to my orthodontist to find out about treatment for my shifted teeth. I foundContinue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-Control and Joy-May Edition”

Do you feel your child has anxiety disorder? Here’s what to do by Ralph Macey (Guest Article)

Nothing is more painful for a parent than to see his/her child suffering mentally or physically. It’s easier for parents to be on the alert mode when a child is suffering physically. A wound on the knee is easily visible and parents can give medications immediately. But what about the wound in the mind? HowContinue reading “Do you feel your child has anxiety disorder? Here’s what to do by Ralph Macey (Guest Article)”

Interview with Laurie (Guest Post #24)

Hi everyone, Today’s blog post comes from my friend and fellow blogger, Laurie. Be sure to check out her blog and follow her on social media. What is your name? Laurie Age? 55 What is the name/cause of your visual impairment (or other disability that you may have)? Mental health issues such as chronic depressionContinue reading “Interview with Laurie (Guest Post #24)”

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