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Post-grad Depression

Post-Grad Depression: If you are suffering, you are not alone.

Post-grad depression is a real thing. Although it is not a diagnosable illness, "post-graduation depression" is related to some degree of anxiety and sadness, or even a continuation of mental health problems that have occurred throughout a person's lifetime. It is given the name "post-grad depression" based from these feelings of sadness that include: Loss … Continue reading Post-Grad Depression: If you are suffering, you are not alone.

“I am not my depression. I am not my anxiety.”

No one chooses depression or anxiety. It's easy for others to believe that those who suffer from depression and anxiety are responsible for how they change it, or how they react to it. The truth is, not one person suffering is prepared for the amount of pressure and turmoil it brings to our lives. The pressure … Continue reading “I am not my depression. I am not my anxiety.”

How to Initiate Change

Do you ever think to yourself that you need to make a change, but you don't exactly know how? Maybe you want to change your perspective, your mindset, your habits, or your attitude. It could even be external. Maybe you want to change your environment or your relationships. Do you ever wonder if there's some … Continue reading How to Initiate Change

How to Live Authentically

"Stop hating yourself for what you aren't, and start loving yourself for who you are" I can admit that after 22 years, I still haven't fully figured out how to live out my "truest self." But after considering my 2018 goals, my number one goal this year is to learn how to live authentically. And … Continue reading How to Live Authentically

Moment of Truth: Choose faith over fear

To those that keep up with my blog, it may or may not be obvious that I haven't posted in over a month. It's like when I put pen to paper (in this case--fingers to keyboard) any thought or idea I had completely dissipates. It has been the most frustrating feeling, not knowing whether blogging … Continue reading Moment of Truth: Choose faith over fear

What God says in “The Season of Waiting”

"Wait on Me, My princess. My timing is always perfect. I know you're anxious about many things, and I see your passion for all the plans I have put in your heart. I know that you long to fly, and I see your enthusiasm. However, just as a vinedresser nurtures the vine and waits patiently … Continue reading What God says in “The Season of Waiting”

Stop Limiting Your Potential

"Maybe you know exactly what it is you dream of being. Or maybe you're paralyzed because you have no idea what your passion is. The truth is, it doesn't matter. You don't have to know. You just have to keep moving forward. You just have to keep doing something. Seizing the next opportunity. Staying open … Continue reading Stop Limiting Your Potential

Kindness is Key

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around." Leo Buscaglia  How many of you have gone through a major (or minor) life challenge and kept it … Continue reading Kindness is Key

The Power of Prayer

Prayer can be known as an ask of help, an expression of gratitude, or a release of any burden and handing that over to a higher power. I write this post because I took a Twitter poll on my followers' average prayer life, and found that most people believe theirs is often weak. I know … Continue reading The Power of Prayer

10 Spiritual Tonics

Here's the top 10 spiritual tonics. I would like to simply break them down for you from my perspective. Here's to making a better you, for a better life (and a better Monday): Stop Worrying. Worrying kills life. It takes the joy out of living in the moment. Hand your problems over to God, and … Continue reading 10 Spiritual Tonics