Autoimmune diseases come with enough side effects. One you might not expect is guilt. Read tips to simplify guilt you might face with chronic illness.
Body positivity in our society: talking out of both sides of our mouths. Embrace all types of bodies, but be healthier and thinner too.
How COVID-19 impacts my mental health: the lengths I’ve had to take physically have subsequently played a large role in the level of positivity and negativity of my mental health as well.
As we grow and mature, we stumble through toxic relationships, toxic jobs, toxic family members, toxic self-talk, toxic food for our bodies, toxic chemicals used in our households, and more. But the true beauty comes when we emerge out of the other side of the heaviest parts of that growth.
A sort of love letter to pain — my gratitude to learning strength, grace, and humility.
Getting real around here to talk about mental health and coronavirus anxiety.
I know it has been quite some time since I have written here, and I wish I could tell you that I have a lot of fun posts coming up for you! However, I will be taking an extended break from this blog… Continue Reading “Staying M.I.A. Just A Tad Longer…”
Welcome to another week of the #SelfCareMvmt! This series on self-care is such an important one for chronic illness patients. It sounds counterproductive, but chronic illness patients tend to let self-care fall by the wayside, when we’re the ones who need it more than normal! I’m definitely guilty of this, so this week we’re talking about psychological and emotional self-care. If you’ve missed any of the previous posts, read week one, read week two, and read week three to get yourself caught up! Remember to follow the movement from Self Care Catalysts on social media with #SelfCareMvmt.
Welcome to another week of the #SelfCareMvmt series! If you’ve missed the first 2 weeks, you can learn about my ‘Daily Little Accomplishments,’ and ‘Physical Self-Care’ in my last two blog posts. This week we’re going to be talking about Spiritual Self-Care. This is always a loaded topic for me, but I think there is still benefit in my life for this type of practice.