Anxiety/Stress/Panic

6 Reasons Not to Use Social Media to Compare Yourself to Others

6 Reasons Not to Use Social Media to Compare Yourself to Others

Good Morning, Readers! I’ve now written about 40+ posts while still trying to get my website up and running for others to see, but I have to say, this topic is by far one of the most important apart from spreading awareness about various diseases/injuries […]

3 Tips on How to Manage the Grieving Stage

3 Tips on How to Manage the Grieving Stage

Good morning. It’s been some time since I’ve written a new post. Winter has a habit of bringing some very unwanted gifts without the option to return it. The evening of Christmas, I was watching a movie with my boyfriend when I began feeling extremely […]

Truths On Trying Days

Truths On Trying Days

Good morning. It’s exceedingly early to be awake on a Sunday. I have so many thoughts in my head that it’s literally overflowing to the point where I’m unable to sleep as well as fighting a migraine. Most of my blogs that I write are […]

How to Handle the Harrowing Holidays

How to Handle the Harrowing Holidays

Can I be honest with you guys today…I mean, extra honest? Cool beans: I hate holidays. Hate them with a passion. They became an inconvenience after my parents divorced because I always have to try fitting in both sides of my family and if I […]

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 […]

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.

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. […]

A Pep Talk When Pain Becomes Overwhelming

A Pep Talk When Pain Becomes Overwhelming

This morning has been very painful for me, and it’s not even 9am. I’m not only struggling immensely with my traumatic brain injury migraines, but I now have to receive my first emergency root canal that wakes me up in the middle of the night […]

How to Stay Sane Through the Chaos

How to Stay Sane Through the Chaos

Truth be told, any information on this subject may as well serve as a “Holy Grail” for chronic illness survivors since we probably experience the bulk of chaos based off our own individual circumstances. Of course each soul that inhabits this planet has catastrophes, but […]

Hacks on how to Play the Dating Game While Having a Chronic Illness

Hacks on how to Play the Dating Game While Having a Chronic Illness

One of the topics that I see constantly posted and discussed on Facebook support pages has to do with dating after being diagnosed with a chronic illness. Keep in mind that the dating world is getting even more complicated and down-right scary the more time […]