It’s a little more than just, BLUE.

When I got pregnant, I had no idea what Post-Partum depression was. I was well aware of depression because I had been dealing with it my entire life. After Grace was born, my depression seemed to become more intense. I spent the first 6-8 months at home. I felt lucky to spend every day withContinue reading “It’s a little more than just, BLUE.”

12 things that Mental Illness has taught me

I’ve been dealing with Mental Illness my whole life. My first experience with therapy was in elementary school when my parents divorced. I went back during middle school when my parents discovered my self-harming. Depression has consumed me for years, and I’ve never known a life without it. Many life lessons led me to whereContinue reading “12 things that Mental Illness has taught me”

Don’t Put Your Foot In Your Mouth

People have said that dealing with myself is similar to “walking on eggshells,” and I can understand that. Not everyone knows how to handle someone who struggles with Mental Illness. To someone who’s experiencing it, little comments can come off as rude or insensitive. Some are being assholes, but most don’t understand how big ofContinue reading “Don’t Put Your Foot In Your Mouth”