Blogs

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.

Dealing With the Medical History of Trauma

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

Living With Medical Uncertainty

It is amazing how vividly I remember the first day. The day I realized that something was wrong and first convinced myself that it wasn’t.

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”.

5 Slides to Change the Way We View Mental Health

Nearly everyone will struggle with mental health issues in thier life just like everyone with struggle with physical health issues.

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

When the Holidays Hurt

When everything is supposed to be merry and bright it is hard to remember that for some people the holidays can bring pain.

Expected Loss

Dedicated to those who have lost their fight to ovarian cancer or breast cancer and to those who still fight.

Guide to Starting Counseling

"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." - Anne Frank