Tag: #Counselling

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I initially created this blog to share my mental health experiences with others. I hoped to seek a connection with others, break the stigma against mental health issues, and start conversations about topics such as self-harm and depression. However, all of my blogs neglect something that I believe is absolutely important for those with mental…

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It’s been a while since my last post, but I would really like to share with you something that was an ongoing occurrence last week between myself and some family members. I was born and raised in the state of Missouri, but I currently reside in Maryland. I still have some family left in Missouri.…

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Many Roads Traveled Towards Knowledge, Recovery Until earlier this week when I had my evaluation for a mood disorder, I was left piecing together information and misinformation about anxiety, depression, OCD and bipolar disorder. This was in part due to the types of doctors and treatment I sought. After several years and much experience and…

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A definitive defining moment. I knelt down on my knees, on the verge of tears: “Father…Father, I just, I can’t do it anymore. I can’t figure everything out all the time…I’m…I’m tired… …I’m tired of…taking responsibility for so much of what I can’t control… I feel like all I do is fail, fail others, fail…

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Jul 29

Stuffing

January 2017 Memories dig deep inside Pieces we buried Always remain Shuffle Them enough We will see Them eventually And once We recognize They will always Keep coming Back Up and up Up, up, up

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Transformation,  this is the purpose of energy; energy is everything and everything is energy. Especially you and me. First there’s the catalyst. In a recent post, maybe about three weeks ago, I talk about the effect the past election has had on not only those closest to me but the world as a whole. Today…

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It is pretty general information these days that I suffer from mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression. I have tried over the last year to explain to people around me what these mean, how they affect me, and how no one should be afraid to talk about these mental illnesses and others. Despite my efforts,…

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  I’ve worn a Kevlar Vest for so many years I’ve lost count. I still remember the first time I put one on. The person holding the tape measure was far more comfortable than I. I was as nervous wreck. I’d never felt the need to wear one before, mine had been a straight forward,…

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Our journey in life have taken another turn and is not about hard work anymore  but working smartly.  21st century is here to stay and things are no longer done the old way where you put in so much effort into a work/project the same way you did yesterday and a day before.  Every business…

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What is an illusion? According to Webster’s dictionary, it is “a thing that is or is likely to be wrongly perceived or interpreted by the senses”. So, what is a memory? Ask this question to yourself: can a memory be the same for any two people? Can the feeling of the memory be the same…