In this article, I wanted to talk about how the COVID-19 has affected people with mental illness.
This blog post is dedicated to all the caretakers/support teams out there who are caring for their loved ones and others who are going through challenges in life, mostly mental illness.
I am so excited to be hosting a book reading!
Have you ever felt like life is not worth living? That no one understands your pain? That you are a burden to others and your family? And maybe you feel as though no one will miss you when you’re gone?
For many people, accepting, embracing and adapting to change is one of the most difficult things they need to do…In life, you need to be like a chameleon, able to change and adjust with the changing times.
Do you think God could be trying to communicate to you to be a hero through your personal strife? How will you recognize and understand
Once you have been diagnosed with a mental illness, such as bi-polar, like I have, how do you live with and survive it. How do you transform your suffering into the power of endurance?
This month I wanted to focus on women’s strength, defiance and power! As we just celebrated International Women’s Day (March 8, 2018), along with with the momentum of the “me too” movement (started by Tarana Burke) brewing, I say we women have a lot to celebrate, particularly women of color.
I don’t know about you, but I feel this month has been full of turmoil and violence. February, the month of Valentine’s Day, is supposed to be full of love, not just love between couples, but love among friends and family members. Instead it has been full of drama, violence (shootings) and unappreciation for each other.