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”

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”

Three tips to help improve handwriting

March is Cerebral Palsy awareness month. I have seen parents on many social media platforms raise concern about how Cerebral Palsy can affect their children’s handwriting. To help raise awareness, here is three tips to help improve your little one’s handwriting: Pick a teaching curriculum that is easy to follow and easy to teach. WhenContinue reading “Three tips to help improve handwriting”

My Mental health journey: Let’s talk about Anxiety

Anxiety is a condition that I didn’t want to admit that I had. In fact, I didn’t know that I had anxiety until I started talking about my symptoms with my therapist during my first therapy session. According to The Centre for Clinical Interventions worksheet What is Anxiety?, “The experience of anxiety is very similarContinue reading “My Mental health journey: Let’s talk about Anxiety”

My first therapy appointment and finding a therapist

I paced back and forth in my kitchen as I shook while holding onto the landline. I dialed my nurse practitioner’s office. “Hello, this is Florida Blue Medical Center, how may I help you today?” the receptionist answered. “This is Amanda. I had an appointment last week, and I am calling to find out whyContinue reading “My first therapy appointment and finding a therapist”

The symptoms I felt before going into Therapy

I can clearly remember the pain that I felt before going into therapy. These symptoms were both physical and emotional. The physical signs I had were a rash on my belly, arm and behind my ear. I had tried all different kinds of over the counter creams and lotions. Some of the creams only helpedContinue reading “The symptoms I felt before going into Therapy”

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