I’ve been told I don’t look like someone who’d have depression. I’ve been told I only go to therapy because I like hearing myself talk. I’ve been told I choose to feel this way. I choose to let the sadness or fear debilitate me. I’ve been told I cry to be dramatic. I’ve been told
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It’s time to have “the talk” with our kids (and ourselves) about social media. Why are we limiting our kid’s screen time? We need to answer that so we can clearly explain it to them. We talk to them about safe sex, body positivity, drinking responsibly, sustainability and inclusivity among their peers. But we’re missing
I caught myself feeling jealous of someone’s face today. Yeah. That’s a weird emotion, right? Especially since I spend most of my time on here reminding everyone that social media is designed to make us feel that way. Yet, here I am, falling into the trap. I follow a few influencers around on the
Mama, Your Self-Care Is NOT Selfish If you like sarcastic air quotes and dismantling of unhealthy coping mechanisms, then you’re going to want to continue reading. Here’s the thing. I’ve been “bad”. I’ve been “eating like crap” all summer. Traveling has thrown me off my “routine”. I haven’t been to the gym in a while.
If You Want To Change Your Life, Start By Changing Your Mornings A habit, by definition, is a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up. “Regular” being the word to pay attention to. Implementing healthy, positive change takes consistency and thoughtfulness. And I find it is exactly when
You are in control of who you follow online. Read that again. We seem to have forgotten this, but it’s as easy as hitting the “unfollow” button. Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by your news feed. Yeah, same here. After multiple bouts with depression and anxiety, and signing off and on