Tag: anxiety

Struggling With Anxiety

The last few weeks I’ve been in a bit of a funk. My husband asks if I am OK and I say, “Yes, just tired. Just feeling unmotivated and a little discouraged.” But then when we were talking last night I felt unwanted tears welling in my eyes. I don’t cry very often. I hate

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For Moms In The Trenches

I see you there.  Youโ€™re in the grocery store desperately trying to push a shopping cart while also wrestling with a screaming toddler.  I see the tired haze in your eyes. I feel your anxiety. I see you at the park when your child wonโ€™t share or heโ€™s throwing sand at other kids.  For all

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Why Your Mental Health Matters

I have struggled with depression since I was eleven years old. It is not something I felt comfortable admitting to anyone. As a teenager when I would have a depressive episode I would stay up all hours of the night pouring my heart into this huge purple diary. There were times I was in so

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Wisdom From Brene Brown

“Without vulnerability, there is no creativity.” These words were gifted to me yesterday by Brene Brown. Until yesterday, I had no idea who she was, but when perusing Netflix, I found a special on courage featuring her and decided to watch. The timing of me discovering this message was honestly perfect because I happened to

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