Happy Saturday! I declare this will be a great day for you. Now it is up to you to receive it and walk in it! Today, my book of memoirs about my battle with depression is available for free through Amazon Kindle. I encourage you to take the time to download it. Why? Encouragement. You … Continue reading My Memoirs About Chronic Depression
Those who work extensively with people such as clergy, doctors, teachers, police officers and social workers are often at risk of experiencing burnout. You don’t have to work in these professions in order to experience burnout. In fact, you can be retired or assuming the role as primary caregiver for someone and have the symptoms … Continue reading Are You Suffering from Burnout?
Think back to the first accident that you can recall having as a child. Was it falling off your bike after you were so eager to learn how to ride? Perhaps it was a near-drowning experience after you boldly decided to learn how to swim. Who was with you during those experiences? Who took care … Continue reading Wounds That Only God Can Heal
Do you remember when your world, your life seemed so carefree? Yeah, if you are thinking the same as me, your mind just took you all the way back to childhood. Children should not have any worries. Now, of course, they are going to have their child size problems, but no child should have adult … Continue reading Chastity Defiled
Happy Thursday! I hope you all have been having a great year and definitely a great week. As for me, honestly, I have been feeling a bit stagnate. You know how we set our yearly goals and have grand expectations? You might be thinking, it is only the beginning of the second month. This is … Continue reading Memoirs about Mental Health
Cancer has ceased to become a silent killer because everybody is talking about it, advocating on behalf of those who fought the battle, and those alive who continue to fight. Fight for what? Their lives. The lives of those they love. Because when someone you love and care about is ill you want to help … Continue reading Survivors of Suicide Loss Day
My love is your love and my love is your love….sing Mommy! I know I’m not the only one that recalls hearing that little sweet voice in the background that made her first ‘recording’. She, Bobbi Kristina, was so proud to be standing beside her legendary mother and indeed, Whitney Houston was a proud mother. … Continue reading A Mother’s Plight