The Whale… A Whale of a Story by a Whale … When first previews of The Whale surfaced, I can imagine more than just I was feeling conflicted feelings for what would be a soon-to-be Oscar-winning film. Many assumptions were being had, such as this could only be a poorly written, 600-lb life/fat hate movie. … Continue reading A Whale of a Story by a Whale …
Tag: Mental Health
Happy March Beauties. Old photo but it's appropriate for the month! I do not know what March holds. How is it March already? Time just refuses to get back to normal for me. Since September everything has been weird, and difficult. Sitting around literally waiting for it to be ok to walk. Mentally I’m a … Continue reading March
The movie “The Fall Out” and my emotions
I recently watched “The Fall Out” it was about a girl that had experienced being in a school shooting. It proceeds to explain about this girl, her family, and her friends and the adjustments that had to be made, and how they each took the knowledge that this terrible thing could happen to them or … Continue reading The movie “The Fall Out” and my emotions
Catch Up w/ Evie
A little catch-up with me. Not hard to do as I am still not supposed to weigh bear on my foot. This entire concept has been stupid. Am I really supposed to stay in bed for 3 entire months? I mean look at me my size is not allowing me to get on crutches and … Continue reading Catch Up w/ Evie
More On September: National Suicide Prevention Month
As I mentioned in an earlier blog, September is National Suicide Prevention Month as well as Self Improvement Month. I wanted to share more on my story as well as the story of how this affected a close friend of mine from the past. *Trigger warning – Talk of suicide, self-harm, and death Suicide prevention … Continue reading More On September: National Suicide Prevention Month
When a therapist can’t help anymore! Did I just get broken up with by my therapist?
I have a long history of a long line of therapists, whom I did not trust. I have been burned many times when trusting a therapist. Since moving to Mass. I have had a therapist who I connected with, who I trusted, and who I formed a bond with. This past month I am having … Continue reading When a therapist can’t help anymore! Did I just get broken up with by my therapist?
Nothing and I mean NOTHING works the way you want it…
Ever have one of those days where nothing works the way you think it should? Well, welcome to my world. I have those days almost every day. I have to go the long untraveled road to get to the simplest answers or solutions. It really is frustrating and sometimes overwhelming. Being a super hyper person … Continue reading Nothing and I mean NOTHING works the way you want it…
Self Improvement and Suicide
Content warning: Talks of suicide . . . Self-Improvement month being at the same time as Suicide prevention month is on a fine line of miscommunication. The idea of someone thinking that all suicides involve people that need self-improvement could be flawed. People often think that people who need self improvement are needing the improvement … Continue reading Self Improvement and Suicide
The Biggest Gift You Can Give Yourself? Protecting Your Mental Health.
Birthdays come and go but there is something that is always with us and for me, that is my mental health. You literally do not do one thing in your life without it. So, we all have a state of mental health. Some are better at controlling and using theirs than others. For many, many … Continue reading The Biggest Gift You Can Give Yourself? Protecting Your Mental Health.
The Top 20 List of Things I Love
Mental health is so important for us to be aware of. For me, something that really helps when I am feeling signs of depression and anxiety is to think about the things that I really truly love and that make me happy. Here is my top 20 list. Things I love… My partner. Jeremy makes … Continue reading The Top 20 List of Things I Love