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More grace to an Imposter

I was raised in a house full of “brainiacs”. From my perspective, my siblings effortlessly made A’s and were called “the smart children” by my parents. On the contrary, I was the poster child for Hooked-on-Phonics (if you don’t remember those commercials, you are too young to read this!). I was not actually diagnosed with

New Beginnings, Part 3

  How I began living intentionally I'm not going to sit here and tell you that the next couple of months were easy because it wasn't. I think 2016 was one of the hardest years of my life and not because I didn't hang out with the same people that I used to, but because

Change is Inevitable: Living with Adjustment Disorder

  Adjustment Disorder?    What is that?    That's a mental disorder? Well yes, it's an actual disorder. Adjustment disorder is a variety of conditions that can occur when a person has trouble or difficulty coping with a stressful life event (i.e. death of a loved one, relationship issues, bullying, parents’ divorce, or being fired

By | January 13th, 2018|Categories: Mental Health Awareness, Parenting, Relationships, Self Esteem|0 Comments

Self- Worth Anyone?

Your perceived self-worth can be your own personal heart-breaker. It's sometimes comfortable to repeat the same destructive thought patterns, allowing insecurity to become our very best friend. Upholding a negative opinion of ourselves is as easy as it is, senseless. Self-worth is about valuing who we are inherently and NOT about outside people or actions

By | September 28th, 2017|Categories: Self Esteem|0 Comments