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Fighting Fallen Angels

Fighting Fallen Angels

I’m currently listening to my Pastor (on Facebook live) for his morning sermon and he is discussing a very relevant topic: spirits. Some Christians do not believe in spirits. According to Pastor, “we give names or use adjectives to describe the issues we are struggling […]

The Trouble with Triggers

The Trouble with Triggers

I’d like to focus on some #RealTalk today. The change in weather as of late has brought about some terrible migraines, and I mean bad. What exactly can be done about this? How can those of us who suffer with migraines become better prepared and […]

More Than the Worst-Case Scenario

More Than the Worst-Case Scenario

Good Afternoon Readers! Today, I would like to focus my attention on one last article within the magazine titled: Neurology Now. Yes, I know that I’ve already covered on a topic in the last post, but I feel that these articles have, and will help several […]

Acquiring an Energy Boost Without a Reliable Power Source

Acquiring an Energy Boost Without a Reliable Power Source

Ah yes…the energy topic. This is by far one of two major symptoms survivors of traumatic brain injury have to struggle with. Yes, we have a physical power source (aka, our brain) but it’s injured and may not run as efficiently as it should. Therefore, […]

Keeping Your Hope in God Alone

Keeping Your Hope in God Alone

I must confess, my mother and I have been to a handful of Christian concerts in the past month or so… four total, if my memory serves me well. We all attended the MercyMe concert which featured, Ryan Stevenson, Unspoken, and of course MercyMe. This […]

When You Know A Little About What’s Really Going On

When You Know A Little About What’s Really Going On

The above title was a quote taken by William S. Burroughs in regards to paranoia. Yes, I Googled it, don’t judge me LOL. Needless to say, I’d like to focus this blog on an issue that I experienced on Friday… an occurrence of paranoia.

A Spoon Full of Faith Makes the Medicine Go Down

A Spoon Full of Faith Makes the Medicine Go Down

This past weekend, my Pastor asked for those of us who are battling an illness to come to the front for prayer. He came to me (since he knows that I’ve been fighting for over a month with three infections in addition to my TBI […]

When Life Gives You Lemons

When Life Gives You Lemons

You know the saying “when life gives you lemons…” you’re supposed to make lemonade. Well, what happens when life throws those lemons and say, causes a concussion? It’s not as easy to make that lemonade now is it?

Let your Mess Become Your Message

Let your Mess Become Your Message

My mother and I attended the 2017 Love Life Joyce Meyers Women’s Conference this past weekend in St. Louis, MO. As a guest speaker, Joel Olsteen made an appearance and spoke on one specific topic that hit me so hard that I remembered almost every […]

Damage as an Escape Route

Damage as an Escape Route

Trichotillomania is probably not a word that you hear if very often. In fact, most people who have this issue dislike speaking about it because it’s not a topic that they feel comfortable discussing with others. In fact, it’s unfortunately a huge issue on self-esteem. […]