My puppy has extremely long hair everywhere that easily gets knots. Over a year ago was when I last took him in for a haircut. His hair recently reached the point where I couldn’t cut all his knots out because they were too close to his skin. Here is a picture of his hair before … Continue reading My Puppies Makeover
BeckiesMentalMess has come out with another holiday prompt. Check out her blog if you would like to participate. I don't have too many memories or stories to share about Christmas with my family. When I was little, I loved watching a Barney Christmas movie. It was on a tape and not a DVD. Every single … Continue reading Working On Us Week 27 – Mental Health and Holiday Season
I was diagnosed with social anxiety in middle school. Since then, I have never had any real friends, only people I talk to. Before that time, I did have a couple friends. After a while, we different apart. I have had a difficult time talking to people and feeling comfortable around other people to make … Continue reading How To Make Friends When You Have Social Anxiety
This topic is another prompt by BeckiesMentalMess. This is a topic I have thought about a little bit. I haven't put a word to it before though. The more I think about it, the more I see myself being codependent on my boyfriend. Before writing this I did some research to find out more about … Continue reading Working on Us Week #26 – Codependency and Psychological Effects
Salted Caramel posted a new prompt one her blog. If you want to participate, you can check out her blog. 1. Are you grateful for your blog? I am grateful for my blog. It has taught me so much about writing and marketing. I met many very kind people who have taught me a lot about … Continue reading Blogging Insights #8 – Are you grateful for your blog?
While searching Google News, I came across a study that links people suffering with bulimia and anorexics who purge with an increased risk of suicide. The main focus of this study was on college students and ways to prevent suicide and improve mental health. According to psycom.net, people with an eating disorder are at a … Continue reading Is There A Higher Risk Of Suicide In Eating Disorder Patients?
Lately, I have been seeing water fasting all over the internet. The first time I came across this as a diet choice was on Trisha Payta's YouTube channel. She wanted to lose weight in a short amount of time so she tried this. She didn't eat anything for 5 days and only drink water. This … Continue reading How Safe Is Water Fasting?
Beckiesmentalmess has come out with another weekly topic I am interested in sharing my experience about. If you want to join in on her weekly mental health prompts, I recommend checking out her blog. 1. When you first were diagnosed with your mental illness/disorder, did it take a while to get used to your medications … Continue reading Working On Us Week #23 – Medications
Happy world kindness day. This international holiday started in 1998 to help people spread more kindness to others by World Kindness Movement. They created this day to highlight good deeds that happen in different communities throughout the world. Positivity and kindness can go a long way to bring people together. It doesn't matter what race … Continue reading World Kindness Day
When I think about all of the decisions I have made recently, I didn't put much thought into them. I chose the option I felt like I wanted to make. An example is these past weeks, there are things in my relationship that I want that I don't feel like I am going to get. … Continue reading Should We Make Decisions Based On Our Emotions?