We can use our past to propel us into a bright future. It all begins with gratitude.
I've been writing some pretty harsh stuff lately, and I wanted to send out a fun page for Thanksgiving. Soooo, here you are! Enjoy! Why can't you take a turkey to church? They use FOWL language. Why was the Thanksgiving soup so expensive? It had 24 carrots. What happened when the turkey got into a [...]
Living with DID can be difficult, but there are ways to make it easier. I offer some pearls of wisdom to those who will listen.
Losing a therapist for any reason can feel like there has been a significant death in the family.
One of the hardest realities our society faces, the fact that women sexually molest children, makes us shudder.
Our decisions that we make in our lives can make or break us. However, we shouldn't spend our time worrying about time wasted.
Taking responsibility for our lives isn't easy, but it is necessary to live a happy and well-adjusted life.
Below are some wonderful and helpful resources for those who live with the after-effects of childhood trauma.
Triggers and the fear they bring can be overcome, but only if one faces them head-on.
I understand that many people who were harmed as children in ritual abuse, find Halloween a very hard day. Facing what happened on a day to day basis is hard enough, but a high day such as Halloween conjures memories that can be overwhelming. I Propose A New Way of Thinking I am proposing a [...]
We all have three basic choices in life, give up, give in, or give it all you've got.
I received an email this evening from SAMHSA, (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) announcing the following report had finally come out today from the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors. The piece encompasses the first in a ten-part series on the inpatient psychiatric treatment capacity in the United States. SAMHSA had [...]
I am pleased to announce a wonderful opportunity for peers and providers of mental health services being offered by an organization known as Gift of Voice. Located in Edwardsville, Illinois, Gift of Voice strives to train, empower and educate for the mental health of individuals, communities and churches. Gift of Voice is a faith based [...]
Police officers are trained to be authority figures, but these tactics often do not work on a person who is mentally compromised. What follows can be disastrous, not just for the mentally ill person, but for the police officer as well.
It is 2017, and we as a nation still have a silent epidemic that we don't want to talk about. Domestic Violence. I can't tell you how sad it makes me to have to post this page. You would think with all our advancements, and all our knowledge, we would have moved past this horrendous [...]