Posts Tagged ‘Lived experiences’

Build Upon the Narrative

The quote “Rewrite your story” has been popping up all over my social media. Is trying to change your past trending? Is it really that healthy? In my own personal opinion, it is the furthest thing from growth and healing possible. It is the furthest thing from acceptance. It is the furthest thing from building…

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Beyond Surviving: 3 Years Later

September 5, 2016 marks a huge turning point in my life, even though that was the day I took the actions to no longer have life.  The key words being “Turning Point”. There is hope at our darkest times, even though it is hard to see. It’s not a blind hope, and it is full…

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Checkin’ Our Political Trauma with Guest Dr. Bryan Harnsberger

In this episode, Dr. Bryan Harnsberger joins the chat to talk about our political climate and how it is affecting our Mental Health.  Both collectively as society, and of course as individuals. Since our Mental Health is how we think, feel and behave. To say that our feelings, our thoughts and our behaviors are not being…

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Checkin’ The Transparent Misfit

“Blessed are the weird people: Poets, Misfits, Writers, Mystics, Painters, Troubadours, for they teach us to see the world through different eyes” – Jacob Nordby James Tucker is an artist and the owner of Aesthetic Union- a letterpress print shop specializing in custom work and original editions. However, what James has created is more than that. He…

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Checkin’ OCD in Context

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental disorder where people experience unwanted repeating thoughts, feelings, images, or sensations. Engaging in behaviors or mental acts in response. While we have a lot of misconceptions on Mental Health conditions and disorders, we can bring understanding when we combine knowledge with lived experiences. This week I am joined…

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