I have not had a panic attack in two months. I cannot remember the last time I had a nightmare; and when I have, it didn't render me incapacitated the following morning. Finally...progress. It has been years. Every time I would start to feel like a version of myself, I found myself pregnant. I could … Continue reading Now, Where Were We?
I mentioned yesterday having trouble organizing but it is something I am getting better with. I have the over-thinking the issues. And the “I don’t know where to even begin" thoughts; but I know I am not alone. Damn Joanna Gaines can whip a house together in weeks and all my binge watching Fixer Upper … Continue reading Getting A Piece Of My Sanity Back: Part II
Clutter... Overstimulates our system (visual, olfactory, tactile), causing our senses to work overtime on stimuli that aren't necessary or important. Draws our attention away from what our focus should be on. Makes it more difficult to relax, both physically and mentally. Constantly reminds our brains that we still have a huge to-do list. Causes anxiety … Continue reading Getting A Piece Of My Sanity Back: One Room At A Time
Please welcome Katie to the blog. She has written a brave and truthful account that describes living with anxiety and depression. If you or anyone you know is battling depression, anxiety or contemplating suicide, there is help: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline . I Am Living With Depression and I Have No Shame I am living … Continue reading Love Will Voices: Katie’s Story
Please welcome Jennifer to the blog. She has beautifully chronicled her experiences with maternal mental health. If you or anyone you know is battling depression, anxiety or contemplating suicide, there is help: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline . This was first released on May 7, 2017 on an old blog. I am a self care strategist who … Continue reading Love Will Voices: Jennifer’s Story