ShareI’ve been sharing my mental health journey with a lot of you, and honestly, it helps! While being vulnerable can be scary, I think it’s good to admit where you are in life in realistic terms. I’ve been waiting on my results from a Genesight Genetic Test to come back, specifically to determine what anti-depressant
ShareLast Father’s day I purchased a remote control boat for my husband. His daughter is grown and married but last father’s day we had found out we were pregnant just weeks prior. We were settling in on the idea of a new baby. I wanted to bring some joy into the house to mix with
ShareAmongst my widowed friends I am one of the furthest out, meaning, that I’ve been widowed longer than most of the others in my grief circle of friends. I see their struggles, I feel their pain, yet I can’t go “back there”. On that same note, I’m at a unique place in my own grief
Share Tonight’s full moon reminded me of the small spec that I am on this earth. This past week I studied rocks in my second week of PA Master Naturalist training and we went through the timeline of how the world was created. I could see on paper the minuscule part that humans play in the billions
ShareAfter Kevin’s death, despite numerous people telling me to go on medication, that there was nothing wrong with going on medication, I made the decision to stay off of anti-depressants while grieving. I was already taking an anxiety medication for the attacks that had started when Kevin became ill, as well as a sleeping pill.