You are Still Worthy.

The cycles of mental illness can leave us feeling less than perfect. It can have us feeling like we don’t measure up to the standard that has been set for us. Everyone else seems to be so... normal and able to cope with life so well. You already know the cliche “nothing is perfect” so … Continue reading You are Still Worthy.

My mental health journey

And so it begins, the journey of my own recovery. I mean... my second recovery, my mental health recovery. How many times does someone get to say that in a lifetime? I thought the recovery from drugs and alcohol was going to be the big one... the only one. I guess I was wrong. When … Continue reading My mental health journey

Why you don’t need to “find” yourself.

STOP trying to find yourself... that's not even close to how it really works.

They F*cked me UP [getting help is a long process]

Back with another casual life update.  About four years ago I did a stint in the local mental hospital and that's where I was diagnosed with autism and bipolar. During that time the doctor prescribed me the lowest possible dose of ceroquil and it f*cked me up. After that we determined that I was sensitive … Continue reading They F*cked me UP [getting help is a long process]

Makeup is NOT self-care?

I used to be the first person to say this. You can probably find it somewhere if you scroll long enough on my social media. REAL self-care I used to say was looking at yourself, your inner self and doing the emotional work. I still agree with this, part of self-care is definitely working through … Continue reading Makeup is NOT self-care?

For the love of god stop googling your symptoms: A Life Update.

For anyone following along here's the update.  sept. 7th 2019. I'm working nights for the last week next week, which is both exciting and relieving because it will allow me to sleep properly for the first time in about 6 months. It should also help to calm some of the symptoms I have been experiencing. … Continue reading For the love of god stop googling your symptoms: A Life Update.