Relaxation Therapy with ASMR

Relaxation therapy is supposed to be a coping mechanism for me to get used to. After a particularly stressful day, I decided to search for relaxing videos on YouTube. Believe it or not, I am not a huge YouTube watcher, so I had no idea what I would be walking into. This search opened up […]

Gifts for People with Anxiety

People with anxiety have to live with it on a daily basis. Of course, I cannot speak on behalf of all anxious people, but I am going to make some gift suggestions anyway. Being someone who has chronic issues, I know a thing or two that I’d love to receive as a gift. This post contains […]

Keep Your Damn Casserole

I have read that mental illnesses are not a casserole disease. If you get cancer, in an accident, or are injured somehow, people send casserole. When you have bipolar disorder, chronic anxiety, and other invisible illnesses, there are no casseroles. Keep your Damn Casserole and Just Understand Well, I am here to tell you to […]

My Brain Won’t Trust My Eyes

I am having a big issue where my brain won’t trust my eyes. It’s hard to explain, but I obsess over anything I am trying to focus on. Like, with a blog post. I can type it out quickly, but then I go back to proofread. This takes me four times as long as creating […]

How Exercise Makes You Happy Infographic

Exercise makes you happy, and I think it’s easy to forget that. Especially when you are so out of shape that exercise is nothing but pain. It’s important to remember that after you get over that nasty hurdle of boosting your strength, it will feel good to workout. I get so mad at myself when […]

The Benefits of a Muscle Twitch

Muscle twitch issues used to drive me insane, but now I think I might miss them a little. Let me step back for a moment because it’s been a while since I wrote a post on this blog. My intention was to have my blog posts tell a story, but I completely messed up the […]

Tips to Deal with Social Anxiety over the Holidays

The holiday season can be the most difficult time of year to deal with social anxiety. With family gatherings and mandatory events to commit to, anxiety can skyrocket. Personally, having too many plans on my calendar sets me off to begin with. I freak out before I even leave the house. This post contains affiliate […]

Get Through the Bad Days

So, I was having a really bad day the other day and started typing away here.  I never published it, but also didn’t delete it.  I am going to post it now because I made it through the rough couple of days that I was having.  At the time I felt like I couldn’t breathe.  […]

Mental Health Disorders and Reproducing

Should people with mental health disorders reproduce?  Obviously, this has to be decided on a case by case basis, and I can only answer based on my own thoughts and experiences.  For me, I have always thought that answer should be a big, fat NO. Growing up I never really wanted kids.  Sometimes I would […]