When someone has Fibromyalgia they sometimes need some extra help to get things done. Some of my friends suffer from this and I asked them what would be the best way to help them out. Here are some of what they said. Offer to help out with housework. It doesn't have to be a lot. … Continue reading 5 Ways To Help Support Someone With Fibromyalgia
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They didn’t have to reach out the way they did. They didn’t have to do anything. But they did. I don’t know what the little group of Christian women thought when they heard I’d gone missing, or that the police were called. How could a CHRISTIAN be suicidal, and be taken to the EMERGENCY ROOM … Continue reading Loving the Broken by Feeding the Heart through the Stomach
Dating can be difficult for each and every one of us at the best of time. From trying to work out what you’re going to wear and even what to say, to even trying to figure out if the other person general really likes you. Within society there are so many different ways and advice … Continue reading How to Manage dating when dealing with Mental Illness
If you have a loved one who lives with mental illness, I have some advice for you
Everyone has their own definition of what love is, but let's take a look at what God says love is.
Something's been on my mind lately. Heavily. I've been concerned about teens, kids just starting to date. And I've been wondering if they know what "symptoms" of an abusive relationship look like and that when they see these behaviors, it's not romantic, it's abuse. From observations, I've seen and been told of behaviors in some … Continue reading Abuse in Disguise
Mental health is something that affects many people - that's a known fact. What isn't all that known is just how many of employees at any given job suffer from a mental illness - mainly because they're often hidden. I read this article the other day posted by Harvard Medical School that discusses how mental illness amongst … Continue reading Mental health in the workplace
Dear Alex, It’s depression writing to you. You know the thing that makes you want to stay in bed all day and not do anything because you’ve got no motivation to do so? Yeah, that’s me. I feel like I should start off with an apology. I truly apologize for making you feel this way, … Continue reading Kindly calm me down
We all have worth. Real, documented, unchangeable worth. If we pay attention to the world, it tells us a different story, doesn't it? In the pages of magazines and on social media, we're told we need to be thin and fit. Or we need to have a big booty that's the current trend. (What happens … Continue reading Where to Find Your Self Worth…and Where Not To