We can't keep doing this. Or maybe I should say I can't keep doing this, because it's just starting to become toxic. I help you become a better version of yourself without even have known or met you before. These one sided conversations that we have without even making noises with our lips. Why even… Continue reading Cure For Anxiety
I find it most hard to explain to some why it’s difficult to, “just pick one”. For most of us we picture what that meal will look like, what does it smell like, who we're going to eat it with, and what day we plan on eating it. I’m gonna grab the shrimp because I’m… Continue reading Eggs, Chicken Wings, Drum Sticks, 2% Milk, Creamer, Mayo, Cheese, Bread, Garlic, Hash-browns
Photo by RF._.studio on Pexels.com For most of my life I had always been the girl that had a boyfriend. Having a guy was like having my favorite accessory on and when I didn't have it I felt like something was missing. When one guy left there was always another waiting close by. I was… Continue reading 6 Years Single & Over Dating
Overthinking—sometimes I think it's going to be the death of me. I have my days where I get into a state where I'm thinking way too much, unable to turn off my brain no matter how much I try. I think of ways to relax but my mind still tends to move at 1000 mph,… Continue reading Overthinking & It’s Relation To Mental Health.
Guest article provided courtesy of: Going by the old school definition of what domestic abuse and violence can be is a major crippling factor to the level of help victims can get. This is why the definition has been expanded to mean cases of control and power play that could lead to negative psychological,… Continue reading Digital Abuse: How Technology Can Help Victims/ Survivors of Domestic Abuse
I’m excited to continue my series on childhood trauma. I will dive into the topic of how the Willie Lynch Letter has affected black children, and how homosexuality has affected black children. The Willie Lynch Letter was a letter from Willie Lynch who was a British slave owner; and who delivered his letter in… Continue reading Childhood Trauma “Part II”