Tag: stress

  • Tips on Owning Your Feelings + Activity Sheet For The Family

    Tips on Owning Your Feelings + Activity Sheet For The Family

    3,000 words in the English language to describe emotions and all we tend to use is “I’m good, bad, sad, mad, fine…” Our emotions are deeper than that, let’s stop being surface level and truly own our feelings with this activity sheet. This is an easy way for you and the family to openly communicate and workITout during these uncertain times. Activity sheet is attached at the end of the tips for Owning Your Feelings!

  • Mental Health Awareness Month Resources

    Mental Health Awareness Month Resources

    An Abundance of resources for Mental Health because May is Mental Health Awareness Month! I am kicking it off with a list of resources that have been y backbone in my mental health journey!

  • Worry about YOU
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    Worry about YOU

    Lately there has been this anxiety stirring within me. This feeling of “I can’t do this, I’m not smart enough” and “Dig your heels in, nothing has stopped you from chasing a dream before.” There are these two voices constantly combating one another and lately I’ve been listening to the darker voice.

  • You Told Me I Wouldn’t

    You Told Me I Wouldn’t

    “Wouldn’t(s)”and one of my best friends parents telling me that “everyone hated me” began at the age of 12… Yes you read that right, 12.

  • 13 Reasons We Need To workITout

    13 Reasons We Need To workITout

    After watching 13 Reasons Why, the hardest thing for me to digest was “why”, so after digesting there were the 13 reasons for why we need to talk about “IT”.

  • Why workITout

    Why workITout

    “We are the first generation that can not escape their problems at all.” IT is time that we workITout and talk about the stigmas surrounding mental health.

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