Tag: Stress

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 […]

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 […]

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.

Understanding the Hedge Maze of Chronic Illness

Understanding the Hedge Maze of Chronic Illness

As I woke up this morning, my brain once again continued its never-ending attempt by traveling at light speed. I had so many thoughts, ideas, and questions that seem to collide with each other too early in the morning. I’m trying something different with my […]

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 […]