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As you may or may not know, I’m a really happy person most of the time. (I really don’t know why exactly, I just am.) Because of that, I’ve decided to share 10 habits that I’ve worked to form over the years to live a happier and more fulfilled life! Read More
2017 was a really crazy year for me and I did more growing in that year then I think I did in my past 18 years of life. A huge lesson I learned in 2017 was how to stop regretting things. (2017 gave me a lot of opportunities to regret things.) And today, I’m going to share seven tips I learned during this time to stop regretting things. Read More
I was seventeen years old when I decided to try to become healthy. I hated how controlled I was by my brain and body. I hated how tiny I looked. I could see every rib in my body. But, all I could actually see was the fat on my stomach.That little bit of fat it bothered me so much and still does to this day. Read More
We all tend to struggle with self-doubt and various struggles. Today, I’m sharing 10 things that are true about you. These are things that I often forget about because I tend to dwell on the negative parts of life.
When I have a lot of bad days, one way I help my brain to go back to normal is through art. Drawing has been a passion of mine since I was about 15. It’s kind of ironic, that it was about then that I started to notice that I would get nauseaou when I did certain things. Read more
I had an odd burst of inspiration last Friday and wrote this. It’s completely fictional. But it’s also a bit of a spin off of mental illnesses as if they were actually demons instead of just inside of you. I will say, this story is more graphic then the reality of mental illnesses. This post covers just one battle with the demons. Read More
Anxiety makes me stress about everything. My least favorite sentence is “Just calm down.” My thoughts are literally, “I’d freaking love to ‘just calm down’ or to ‘just not worry about it.’ People tell me a lot to not worry about what I can’t control. For me that’s like telling me to stop breathing. I know I can’t control the things I worry about. Honestly, the irrationality of anxiety makes it so much harder to bear. read more
A good day with anxiety. What does that mean? read more
Anxiety, Depression, Schizophrenia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Bipolar Disorder, Anorexia, Bulimia, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I’m 18, why are these relevant for me? Well, they are all mental illnesses.
Why are mental illnesses relevant for me you ask? read more