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Everything That Glitters Ain’t Gold, Part 3

Everything That Glitters Ain't Gold, Part 3  I'm Back I'll spare you all the details, but simply put, I've been dreading this particular post. I started this series as a way of trying to motivate others to work through their hardest times realizing that even our biggest achievements in life are filled with not so

By | November 28th, 2018|Categories: Depression, Gratitude, Healthier Mindsets, Resilience|6 Comments

Everything That Glitters Ain’t Gold, Part 2

Everything That Glitters Ain't Gold  Part 2 THE JOURNEY  I went back to school after an over 5 year break … Difficult is an understatement. Doctoral programs have a way of reminding you over and over that amongst other amazing folks around you, you shine only dimly. I had been doing mental health work and

Medication: Lesser of the Two Evils?

“Do I really want to put this into my body?” “Taking this will make my condition real” “Why can’t I do this on my own?” “Will I become a zombie?” “I’m so worried about the side effects” “Is there ANY other way?” Does any of this sound familiar? If you were diagnosed with a mental

By | February 16th, 2018|Categories: Anxiety, Depression, medication|0 Comments

FACTS About Suicide

In 2002, more than 30,000 Americans committed suicide. Suicide occurs almost twice as often as homicide; and is the second leading cause of death in all U.S. teens. There is no single identifiable cause of suicide, but prevention can help save countless lives. The first step in helping to save lives may be as simple as

By | September 14th, 2017|Categories: Depression, Mental Health Awareness|0 Comments