Each Holiday Season, the US produces one million tons of extra garbage a week. Between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day, we use enough ribbon to wrap the whole planet. Endless paper, plastic wrap, and cardboard are used simply shipping items from manufacturer to sellers, to buyers. Now add in possible shipping from buyer to gift … Continue reading An Environmentally-Friendly Holiday Season
Book Reviews of October 2018 Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How it Can Help You Find -And Keep- Love by Amir Levine and Rachel S.F. Heller Ignite Me: Shatter Me Book 3 by Tahereh Mafi Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect by Jonice Webb, PhD with Christine Musello, … Continue reading Book Reviews of October 2018
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Week, I wanted to remind you all to never give up hope and be kind to one another. Last month I wrote this blog post: Curing Mental Illness, may you find comfort in realizing that you are not alone.
I spent days thinking about this... One of my followers emailed me after reading my post "Living with Mental Illness." He asked 2 questions. I will attempt to answer one of these tonight. Fred Kat: "Do you think the condition (mental illness) is reversible?" As someone who is diagnosed with mental illness, has a bachelor's … Continue reading Curing Mental Illness
I was once asked, "What's it like having a mental illness?" This question was asked by a very good friend of mine. This friend never experienced mental illness. He asked with sincere curiosity. He had never known anyone with mental illness (that he knew of besides me). The question was asked because he didn't understand. … Continue reading Living with Mental Illness
Uh, I'm in just one of those moods. Have to laugh at myself cause I was just complaining about a book character the other today because he was always, "Whhhhaaa me! My life is sooo hard! (complaint, complaint, etc.)" And now I happen to be in "one of those moods". Lame. It's annoying too because … Continue reading Moo Moo Moods