Blogs

Guest Post: Men’s Body Image

Be happy in your skin, accept your flaws, become the king of the house and a positive role model to society.

Chronic Illness: Medical History

Can you imagine being 7 or 8 and thinking you had cancer? Knowing your body is not well?… Yet I never saw a doctor.

Guest Poem: I See Things Clearer Now

Guest Poem: I See Things Clearer Now by Martin Dix Hosted by Serene Life Consulting

Chronic Illness: My Symptoms Story

The more I tried to ignore these symptoms the more they started to creep into my life.

Interview with Bruce Black: Autism

"I guess for some people it would mean a lifestyle change, but your worth and the love others have for you and the love you have yourself doesn’t need to be any different."

Building Self Esteem

Building Self Esteem: Tips to Help You Feel Better About Who You Are

Guest Post: Coping Strategies for Self-Harm

Anitha Sara D’souza is a mental health nurse. Her blog "Nursing with Anitha", shares the latest trends in mental health, nursing, leadership and issues related with mental health.

Guest Post: A Poem on Self Acceptance

Do you have an experience with mental health you want to share? Contact me today!

Guest Post: Single Parenthood – Tips for Your Well Being

Over the past twenty plus years my two daughters have been my greatest achievement; they have left me with very little money and no husband.

OCD and Me: A Guest Poem About Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is often confused with being really organized and clean. This is entirely untrue!

Guest Post: I Attempted Suicide…

Guest blog raising suicide awareness though personal testament.

Poetry Blog Edition: The Friend I Left Behind

With this chapter of my life closed I was left, alone, trying to make sense of a situation that should never have been allowed to happen.

Poetry Blog Edition: Saying Goodbye

On the outside I was saying goodbye to my home, my school and my friends but in my heart I was saying goodbye to the life I wanted and the hope that it would be better then it was.

Guest Post: Anorexia Nervosa

The list of things Anorexia Nervosa has taken from me not only as an adult, but also as a child, seems endless.

Poetry Blog Edition: Alone

This was the moment of my Surrender

Through the Eyes of A Child: Poetry Blog Introduction

This poem is the breaking heart of a child losing her childhood.

Home Bound: Tips for Quarantine Life and the Out of School Kid

Building a Schedule for Quarantine Life and Vacationing Kids!

Guest Post: How to deal with Borderline Personality Disorder? A Straightforward Approach.

Guest Post: How to deal with Borderline Personality Disorder? A Straightforward Approach.

The Silent Triggers of Seasonal Trauma

They say time heals all wounds. Unfortunately time also has a way of opening the deepest ones back up.

Trauma Survivor: Managing a Loss of Control

With life being dictated by things I couldn’t control, I instead clung to the things I could.

Starting at the End

To start at the beginning is too complex. This isn’t a bedtime story that can begin with a “Once upon a time” and end with an “And they lived happily ever after”.

Speaking Up About Infertility

"Infertility does not make you less of a woman. Your womanhood is not somthing that can be Broken" - Hannah Siller

Mental Health Awareness, Representation, and Education…Why it Matters

Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health