MAY is officially here! There are so many exciting things occurring this month: Proms, Graduations and let's not forget Mother's Day. But you know what else is special about this month? Mental Health Awareness. Yes, May is national Mental Health Awareness Month. Lately, you might have been focusing more on your physical health by dieting, … Continue reading Why You Should Become a Mental Health Advocate
It is the second week of a new year. But today is the first Monday. By now you have read hundreds of clichés, declarations and resolutions on your social media timelines. Pretty much all of them were expected and predictable. Think back to this time last year. And the previous years. It has been the … Continue reading After Resolutions and Regrets
Another month has past. Another semester has ended. And you did not accomplish the goals you set for your academics, career, family or finances. You received another delay. Another setback that has you discouraged. You are starting to feel like a complete failure. Why? It appears that every time you establish a goal you fall … Continue reading Setbacks Don’t Mean Failure
Right now, you could be anxious about your final exams and analyzing the consequences of not receiving the grade you desire and need. This very moment you could be seeking a momentary escape away from managing the schedules of teenagers and the demands of a toddler and newborn. You could be surfing the Internet trying … Continue reading Are You Suffering from Burnout?
One of my favorite quotes is from the movie, Forrest Gump "Life is like a box of chocolates." Why? Because if you have a variety of options, as you do in life, you truly never know what you are going to get. Chocolate lovers have different taste preferences. What might taste scrumptious to one might … Continue reading Ever Feel Like Your Life is a Mess?
The Easter fun is over. Resurrection Sunday has passed. But guess what? JESUS is still risen from the borrowed grave! Now what does this really mean for you? This means that you too have been resurrected. Unlike Jesus, you did not have to die a physical death. But the fact that Jesus did die and … Continue reading Bury Toxic Thoughts and Let Your Mind Be Resurrected
Spring time is here! As so many others, you too have probably already scheduled your spring cleaning that includes storing your winter clothes and unpacking your spring wardrobe, making an appointment with your yard man and of course house cleaning. Why is spring cleaning in these areas so necessary? Well, first you want to dress … Continue reading Spring Cleaning Your Mind
Have you ever felt like you were constantly chasing after storms? Who intentionally chases a storm other than a storm-chaser? You have seen the news reports or documentaries that show meteorologists or storm lovers in their vehicles speeding behind a tornado or flying over a hurricane. And you have thought to yourself... They must be … Continue reading Are You Constantly Chasing Chaos?
I recall the most minor things that would place a major fear in my heart like: Sleeping all alone and wondering if monsters were underneath my bed... Walking into a pitch black dark room and not finding the light switch... Starting school for the first time and wondering if anyone would like me. Today, I … Continue reading Do Not Fear the Unknown
Work. School. Parenting. Socializing. Life is full of activities that are demanding and yes, stressful. Like many, you are probably always seeking productive ways to balance your life and de-stress. These essential goals can be accomplished through various outlets such as self-help avenues, natural remedies or sometimes a more intense intervention is needed. The key … Continue reading Elimidrol Used as a Mood Enhancer