I hope those who need this, see it. I don’t have much energy for anything other than was is absolutely necessary right now - but I feel this and it needs to be shared. Normal posting will resume tomorrow or Wednesday, it’s time for me to rest my mind and body for a day or... Continue Reading →
What a morning. Well really, what a week. Actually - it's only been a couple days.This morning I worked on a new piece,I plan to submit it to the Emerging Blog Series on Mental Health @ Home.It took me three tries, numerous breaks, and 7 hours.It's not even that deep a piece,necessarily.But it is a... Continue Reading →
Have you heard the term Peer Support before? I am sure that I have, but it never really sank in. Not until I spoke with my counselor the other day about an idea I have but I am unsure about. I went on to tell her that I want to start facilitating a support gathering... Continue Reading →
Routines are important for mental health. They provide a sense of control over certain things in life and offer a sense of structure and normalcy.
Only a trauma survivor understands the work that goes into managing trauma triggers. I am learning let my triggers guide me through my healing.
Goals are important for trauma survivors, it helps keep us intentional and present. Here are my goals for the month of May, what are yours?
Sexual abuse, sexual assault, and rape are not political. Stop playing politics with the survivors' lives.