More Life, Peace and Goodness-April Edition

“In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps.” (Proverbs 16:9) This month was a rocky one. I am glad that May starts a fresh Chapter. Life has been up and down just like a roller coaster. I am excited for October because I have a big trip planned. Sometimes IContinue reading “More Life, Peace and Goodness-April Edition”

Trying to control my Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) with birth control

Two weeks before my monthly period I start to feel like I am changing. I start feeling more sensitive. I start to feel happy one minute then sad the next. Sometimes I start crying for no reason. On top of the mood changes I experience physical changes such as tender breasts, bloating, and fatigue. OnceContinue reading “Trying to control my Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) with birth control”

Learning to plan and being thankful

Let us face it, coping with the pandemic and being visually impaired while running a business can be quite tricky. This past week I have been off schedule because I got sick, and no it is not the Coronavirus, so what I thought I had planned did not come out. There is always next weekContinue reading “Learning to plan and being thankful”

When Nystagmus Makes Me Sad

On Monday, a friend and I were talking about our experiences when it comes to our vision loss. We were talking about how some professionals, like eye doctors, have told me that I was saying that I have problems seeing print for attention. As many of you know, I have Nystagmus that make my eyesContinue reading “When Nystagmus Makes Me Sad”

Mental Health Plans, A Blood Test, and Peace

Last week was my third session with my therapist. My therapist and I talked about my diagnosis. My therapist diagnosed me with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I had the diagnosis when I was a teenager. My therapist thinks I have PTSD due to losing my mother at a young age and being bullied. Under Post-TraumaticContinue reading “Mental Health Plans, A Blood Test, and Peace”

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”

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