Hi all! It’s been awhile since I have posted so I just wanted to give you all an update on my life. As most of you know we moved back in February. Other than that we have just been getting settled and of course decorating! I am currently planting flowers and doing some landscaping. I… Continue reading Update!
I’ve been dealing with insomnia for many years now. Insomnia is a sleep disorder which causes you to have problems falling and staying asleep. Insomnia has at least one of the following symptoms. Whether it be difficulty falling asleep, waking up often during the night with trouble falling back asleep. Anxiety, stress and depression can… Continue reading I can’t sleep…
Self-acceptance is a person’s happiness with ones self. This can be good for your mental health. Self-acceptance involves self understanding and a realistic awareness of your strengths and weaknesses. Learning to accept yourself is necessary because when you don’t it can affect many aspects of your life. Not only will it affect the way you… Continue reading Accept yourself…no matter what
Learning how we accept and express love is so important whether you are single, in a relationship or married. Most people have heard of the book “5 love languages” by Dr. Gary Chapman. This is where I first learned about love languages. There are 5 different love languages that you can fit your personality. Those… Continue reading Love languages….which one are you?
Social media can be bad for your mental health
Self injury awareness day (SIAD) is an international event that brings awareness to those who self-harm across the globe. SIAD launched in 2002. This campaign may only be one day but they work on bringing awareness all year long. When we understand the reason behind why people self-harm. We can help them or at least… Continue reading Self-harm awareness day
Have you ever had a million things going on or a mental list of things you need to get done? This is my brain all day every day. My brain gets so overwhelmed that I don’t know where to start. Did you know that chronic depression causes brain damage. Its hard to understand depression unless… Continue reading Talking about my depression
One thing I hate most is talking about my problems, especially when it comes to my relationships. I have many theories about why I am that way. I guess the main reason is that I hate fighting and I hate expressing my feelings. I think that it stems from my childhood. Being bullied throughout grade… Continue reading Communication in a relationship
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic condition that affects millions of children. It can also continue into your adult years. ADHD is a combination of problems like trouble concentrating, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. ADHD is a genetic brain based syndrome. ADHD is caused by chemical, structural and connectivity differences in the brain. The American… Continue reading ADHD or just a kid?
Have you heard of ASMR? ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridan Response. A lot of people have heard of this after the super bowl which had a commercial featuring ASMR. While I have been using ASMR for a couple years now and its been so helpful in many aspects. Experiencing ASMR you will have a… Continue reading The tingles of ASMR