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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 […]

5 Things to Keep in Mind When the Holidays Turn You Into a Grinch

5 Things to Keep in Mind When the Holidays Turn You Into a Grinch

It’s true that I have published an earlier blog post on the upcoming holiday season as well as pointers on how to get through them putting your health first. What I didn’t include were suggestions on what can be done if the weeks leading up to […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

God and the Domino Effect

God and the Domino Effect

Ecclesiastes 3:1 “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” It’s not uncommon for those of us going through our own trials to wonder when our life will start to get on track, and wonder if God has […]

Early to Bed, Early to Rise

Early to Bed, Early to Rise

It’s not uncommon for many Traumatic Brain Injury survivors to have complications with sleep. Due to the fact that our brains have to work harder to carry out small tasks throughout the day, we tire easily. In my experience, my fatigue hits right around 2pm. […]