I realized something when I walked the mall today. I wasn’t walking with overweight individuals who need to get active, I was walking with little old ladies and gentlemen who were skinny and some were using canes. This blew my mind. My generation as a whole is over weight. Where are these people??!! These are… Continue reading Let’s Make You Great
My brother is a sky soldier. What is a sky soldier? A sky soldier is a member of an elite club known as the Army Airborne Unit. He has devoted 20 years to jumping out of airplanes. He has been to Afghanistan twice & has seen terrible things. Now he is getting ready to retire.… Continue reading I’ve joined Team Sky Soldiers!
My social media friend, Rebecca Lombardo, asked me if I would read & review her book about her journey suffering from Bipolar Disorder. Of course I said YES!!! Here is the review. You can find her book at https://www.amazon.com/Rebecca-Lombardo/e/B014EFACFY/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_book_1A Rebecca Lomadrdo’s book, “It’s Not Your Journey”, is a perfect example of what it is like to… Continue reading “It’s Not Your Journey” Book Review
The dictionary defines a sociopath as a person with a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience. Now, I am not a professional and… Source: I was Best Friends With A Sociopath.
When some people hear about my illness, they tell me if I just pray hard enough, God will heal me. That I must not let the devil take control of my mind. Let’s get one thing straight. I have an illness, I am not possessed by the devil although I’m sure it may look like… Continue reading I Am Not Possessed By the Devil
It was March 2012 and I was struggling to make it to work everyday, struggling to make a home for my kids, lost contact with my best friend, involved in a toxic friendship with another, and kept finding myself in relationships with men that didn’t suit me only because I wanted to feel loved. I… Continue reading How Being Positive Saved Me
In the beginning, I have a chance to stop it, my hypomania. It is so subtle that no one notices but me. It usually begins with an interruption in my sleep. I have to admit I haven’t been taking my full dose of my anti-psychotic. I’ve only been taking half. I have a reason. My… Continue reading Trying to Stop My Hypomania in it’s Track