I play the 'forget game' to move on. Forget what they did, forget what they said, forget the pain, forget the abuse, forget the porn, forget the drinking. I work so hard to forget, I never allow myself to heal.
Mental Health Monday- Devotional for Awakening from Darkness
When I am bound by bipolar, I fear movement. I cast this unimaginable shadow over myself that darkens with each passing day. I proved this earlier this month when I looked out my office window and noticed the sun.
Mental Health Monday- Devotional for Joy
If we took a few moments to consider our words wisely, or to determine if our words are necessary at all, we would change things. Most importantly, we would change ourselves.
Mental Health Monday-Devotional for Hope
Whether we are fighting battles in our faith, or Satan on the frontline, the message is clear.
The devil prowls. We know creatures who prowl come to destroy and devour.
Mental Health Monday! (Shame)
Stress is powerful. My physical health suffered as a direct result of my emotional and mental collapse. I was sick. I dealt with blood pressure issues, stomach problems, migraines, aches and pains- ALL from fear and anxiety associated with an addiction I NEVER had!
Quick Reflections- Holiday Blues
Can we just pass on into January and let this time float into the unknown?
Their Addiction~My Journey- A Personal Note to Parents of Loved Ones in Addiction
For some, the safe love is for their own heart and wellness- because the stress of their loved one’s addiction has caused true illness- heart disease, high blood pressure, mental illness due to-anxiety, drastic mood shifts, and mental sickness from the occasional life saved from overdose, right there in your living room or bathroom.
New Podcast~ “We See”
A quick look at knowing what we know and seeing what we see. Addiction is conniving and deceitful. It’s hold on our loved one's lives is challenging. But we have faith that withstands and hope to carry us through.
New Podcast- Reality of Living Grief in Addiction
Close to my heart, this podcast comes to you from the brokenness in addiction on the side of family, namely me, a mother managing living grieving.
New Podcast- “The Day Their Addiction Took Me Down”
..”I allowed myself to die before I am dead.”.. This is the raw truth of being done. Finding yourself at a place of hopelessness and fighting for the will to carry on.