It breaks my heart when I see or hear of people saying this to people who struggle with mental illness.
I hadn’t wanted to act that way. But it was like something took over my brain and my body.
Dr. D got down on her knees, forced me to make eye contact and said very clearly… “It’s not your fault.”
Understanding what is happening and having a plan to make it through can increase the sense of control and decrease your anxiety as well as your loved one.
And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6b, NASB The Peace I Lack Some people seem to possess and exude a sense of peace. I’m not one of them. Depression and anxiety wreak havoc in my mind and heart. Even on good days, I feel uneasy […]
Don’t be afraid to reach out for help if your child needs it.
We’re in single digits now. That is, number of days until we move my girl into her dorm room. Throughout her senior year, I teared up (sometimes outright cried) at all the “lasts.” Her last fall drama. Her last high school musical. Her last Prom. Her last Spanish Club meeting. Her last last day of […]
“Normal is Illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly.”
Don’t give up, no matter what.
I love that I am able to share my struggles to encourage others.