While this week has been tough, I’ll like to take the time to share this beautiful sunset! It’s breathtaking and just staring at the colorful sky helps calm my mind and reminds me to practice gratitude. Today is Mental Health Awareness Day! Make sure you take care of yourself and your mental health. Here is one thing I will share that I incorporated into my … Continue reading Sky Gazing
As I mentioned before, Autumn/Fall brings me peace. I’m going into detail on why it brings me peace. My anxiety on a daily is to the roof. I get anxious, I worry constantly, I replay events from my day where I could have done better or I should have said this or that, and from the moment I wake up to the moment I hit … Continue reading Fall Brings Peace
Before I enter work I allow myself to take a breather and clear my mind. We all admit that work can be overwhelming at times. What I do to clear my mind is do my very best to let go of all the unnecessary thoughts that fill my head and breath. Anxiety can take the best of me sometimes but that’s another thing I will … Continue reading Out My Window
Hello beautiful readers! This week I want to start off with a topic that I’m familiar with. Today I want to talk a little bit about anxiety. Yes, many today are dealing with anxiety on a daily basis. But what it anxiety? I’m not a professional but I’m here to share what I do know and what I’ve researched. Let’s get to it. What is … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness: Anxiety
Yesterday, May 13, 2020 marked the first day of Schizophrenia Awareness Week! Last year in 2019 I wrote an article that means a lot to me about “Someone Close” that lived with schizophrenia. It was definitely difficult to see and probably one of the hardest post to write. At the time I didn’t realize it but now that I’m older I see the signs. Today … Continue reading Schizophrenia Awareness Week: Myths and Facts
The topic that started it all! IT’S MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH! I’ve been waiting for this month to come around! Last year I wrote an article discussing “Mental Health Awareness Month: What is Mental Health?” My very first post! I can’t believe it’s been a year! There’s so much to talk about when it comes to mental health. This subject is very important to me. … Continue reading It’s Mental Health Awareness Month!
Earlier this week we discussed the different forms of sexual assault. Today I would like to share how it effects the survivor, mentally and physically. Down below are a list of physical and mental illnesses that survivors can develop: Mental Illnesses: Depression Anxiety PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) Personality Disorder Attachment Issue Shame Guilt Extremely Fear Physical: Bruises Cuts Broken Bones Knife Wounds Chronic Pain that … Continue reading Sexual Assault: The Effects
I know in my pervious article I mentioned that there will be a few articles about those that have been trafficked, but there’s so much to talk about when it comes to this subject. And with many topics being discussed in the month of April, I was able to briefly break it down into one article. Let’s begin: I was scrolling through YouTube one evening … Continue reading HT: The Victims and Survivors
Today April 1, 2020 marks 1 year of Everything’s Otay! I want to take the time and write a small post for all of you that have been reading my blog since day one and those of you that just started. I want to thank each and everyone of you for taking the time out of your day to read my blog and allowing me … Continue reading It’s Our 1 Year Anniversary!
In my last post we briefly discussed about what is social media. At the of the end of the article I left you with a question, “How many hours do you spend on social media?” For some they might spend only 30-45 mins out of my day. Others, a few hours a day and some will admit they are addicted, eyes glued to their phone. … Continue reading How does Social Media Play a Part in Your Life?