Tag Archive: depression

Oct 27

CBD For Mental Health

Over 18% (about 42.5 million) of Americans struggle with their mental health. It’s neglected too often in our society, and its a serious issue that should not be ignored.  The advantages of CBD are being discussed all over the country, and reviews show that those with anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADD and more are using it. …

Continue reading »

http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js

Sep 26

Why We Need To Talk About High-Functioning Depression | Huffington Post

Me most of my life since high school.  Been doing the work to heal, and now learning to help others.  Healing from depression requires mental, emotional, & spiritual practices.  Left untreated,  it can & will result and physical symptoms like chronic diseases,  if you want/ need some assistance,  please contact me and I’ll share.  💖💖💖 …

Continue reading »

http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js

Sep 14

Meditative Crying

Have you ever had a meditative cry? Let me tell you it is amazing. I’m going to share with you a blog I wrote back in August but never published. Enjoy! I have found myself feeling off and a bit unsettled. It started with crying after attending a family reunion event with a friend of …

Continue reading »

http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js

Aug 13

Dance your Cares Away

There is song by Jamiroquai I love, “Canned Heat.” The chorus is Dance, nothing left for me to do but dance, Off these bad times I’m going through just dance Got canned heat in my heels tonight baby” As I sit here watching So You Think You Can Dance,  I was moved to tears by …

Continue reading »

Dec 21

Workout Blues

Just completed an awesome workout, but I wasn’t feeling so great going into it.  Matter of fact , my blue feeling is exactly why I headed to the gym! My sister transitioned this past October and after two months of first trying to help her heal and then dealing with her unexpected death I have …

Continue reading »

Dec 21

Workout Blues

My sister transitioned this past October and after two months of first trying to help her heal and then dealing with her unexpected death I have been in the dumps. The whole eating on the run thing had me put on a few pounds and the fact that my clothing is a little snug combined with the grief has been a recipe for depression.

Continue reading »