Witchcraft isn’t all about cauldrons, pointy hats and eye of newt.
I wasn’t raised to hide mental illness, even during times of crisis.
As Ellen says, “be kind to one another”.
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A time when I ask myself the haunting question: is my cancer back?
I always thought being married would make me happy. It didn’t. Now what?
I’d had enough of my own temper tantrums.
Add them to your feed, and prepare to feel seriously motivated.
Regret, judgment, blame, hopelessness – here’s how to kick negative thoughts to the curb.
I am fat. According to the way the world defines it, I am a fat person.
Depression is the most convincing liar you’ll ever meet.
Because you can’t hit rewind when things go wrong.
Don’t assume someone is fine just because they’re smiling.
October 1–7 is Mental Illness Awareness Week; and that’s as good a time as ever to start prioritizing your mental health.
It’s easier to hide from your problems than it is to face them, head on.
The good news is, even if you’re an insomniac, there’s a really easy way to get good at getting more shut-eye.
When depression has you in its grip, try these simple ways to feel better.
We all have an ‘inner child’ within us, and chances are, yours has a lot to answer for…
Would you really rather not get older?
You only get one shot at life, so ensure yours includes these non-negotiable things…
Did you stop for one second to think about the pain I might be in?