Staying Focused

Staying Focused

The past few weeks, I’ve been letting negative thoughts, fears, and sadness swallow me up. Because of that, I’ve been letting it win and struggle from it. Today, I discuss how I’ve been working on not letting the negative thoughts win, and give tips if you’re struggling with this.

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Back at One

Back at One

This blog post is a little bit more on the darker side, but it's been something I've been struggling with the past few weeks. In "Back at One", you're able to get an inside look of how my mind runs when it comes to depression, anxiety, and feeling stuck when goals are met. This post is more on the personal, journal style, so I hope you enjoy.

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To Forgive or Not to Forgive

To Forgive or Not to Forgive

What is the act of forgiveness? Many would say that it's letting tension or pain go when someone comes up to you an apologize. Some may not realize that forgiveness can be given even when there was never an apology given. Forgiveness shouldn't be seen as a way of allowing someone that hurt you to be let go without any consequences, but as a way to free yourself from pain. The choice of forgiveness shouldn't be given so easily, but as an alternative to help yourself heal.

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Deep Dark Thoughts

Deep Dark Thoughts

We may have certain people that we feel are against us, but what happens if our own worst enemy is ourselves? I know personally, my own worst enemy are me and my thoughts. I tend to doubt myself, put myself into a dark hole of despair when I'm jealous, hurt, or upset. How do you handle those situations? By not letting that voice win and proving yourself wrong.

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In the Ocean

In the Ocean

This is my very first blog post, and here, I discuss how it feels when struggling with depression, or a mental illness, and share a little bit about myself and what to expect through my blogging journey. We may laugh together, cry together, but most importantly, we grow together.

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