Mental Health · Monthly Reflection

March 2019 {monthly mental health reflection}

I grew up hearing that March’s weather is always different in the beginning than it is at the month’s end. “In like a lion, out like a lamb,” they say. The beginning of March was cold and snowy. And my schedule felt just as hectic as the weather outside. I felt both focused and scattered. I worked hard… Continue reading March 2019 {monthly mental health reflection}

Concepts · Lifestyle · Thoughts

The fear of confrontation over conversation.

I am blessed to have some really great friends. I really am. Many girls struggle to find “real” girlfriends; ones you can talk to in a time of need, ones that don’t judge and understand, ones that really love and support you. My friends would give me the shirt off their back if I asked for… Continue reading The fear of confrontation over conversation.

Concepts · Mental Health · Thoughts

Mental Health Awareness.

All my life I have been an advocate for emotional expression. My motto has always been, why not talk about issues that are affecting you, because you never know who else around you is going through something similar. This motto started in high school and continued throughout my post-secondary schooling and remains with me now… Continue reading Mental Health Awareness.

Communications · Concepts · Thoughts

What’s so wrong with saying, “I’m sorry?”

I remember the first time I said “I’m sorry” and truly meant it. I didn’t want to say it, but I knew I was in the wrong and that it was the right thing to do. I knew that if I apologized I would be making someone else would feel better, so I did it; I… Continue reading What’s so wrong with saying, “I’m sorry?”