Mindfulness Monday☮️Make a Change (Part 1 of Part 2) Symptoms of (SAD) Seasonal Affective Disorder – 12/3/2019 (Part 2) How To Cope and Fight (SAD)

"Those who expect moments of change to be comfortable and free of conflict have not learned their history." ~ Joan Wallach Scott ~ Hello, All! Welcome back to "Mindfulness Monday ☮️ Make a Change", and the month of December.   Welcome to the change in weather, Big Time! A large group of people within the mental... Continue Reading →

October 23, 2019 “Working on Us” Week #20 Mental Health Blogging Community-Mental Health Series, Topic: Dissociative Identity Disorders

Hello, All! Welcome back to “Working on Us” – A series that represents people with mental health illnesses/disorders.  ~💚~ Before I begin Week #20, I’d like to share with you all the participants that had responded to Week #19, Topic: (ADHD) Affective Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.  I am so grateful to you all for sharing your... Continue Reading →

October 16, 2019 “Working on Us” Week #19 Mental Health Blogging Community-Mental Health Series, Topic: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Hello, All! Welcome back to “Working on Us” – A series that represents people with mental health illnesses/disorders.  ~💚~ Before I begin Week #19, I’d like to share with you all the participants that had responded to Week #18, Topic: (PTSD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and (CPTSD) Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Personal Note if... Continue Reading →

REBLOG: Melanie C., of “Sparks From a Combustible Mind”, Shares her experience of enduring PTSD/CPTSD of this Week#18 of “Working on Us”

  Last night I watched an episode of “Vera” – a TV murder mystery series in the same kind of vein as “Midsommer Murders”.   ‘Vera’ is a Detective Inspector (I think that’s the proper title) and is a curmudgeonly sarcastic older woman who calls people “luv” and goes about her job with ruthless efficiency.   I... Continue Reading →

Mental Health Question?

  Hello All... Today, here in the land of New Jersey, USA, we have a heat index of 104.  In other words, hot as Hell.  I've noticed that even in the slightest moment I'm outdoors, even if it's only in the mid 80's, I start feeling nausea, and develop migraines along with my skin burning... Continue Reading →

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